Start shopping and stop rushing when you book a shopping weekend with us. From Harrods in London to the Silverburn shopping centre in Glasgow, we have top tips for all the best shopping centres across the UK.
Westfield Stratford, London
At Westfield Stratford you'll find everything you could ever want, with over 250 shops ranging from luxury clothing outlets to electronics and toy shops. Once you've filled your bags go bowling, catch a film at the cinema and eat at one of the food courts’ 70 restaurants. The 2012 Olympics were held only minutes away at London Stadium.
The Birmingham Bullring
The Bullring can be found in the heart of Birmingham's commercial district, stop by the prestigious Selfridges store as well as 200 other stylish shops in Birmingham's lively Southside. The centre’s famous giant bronze bull statue is part of a stampede of inspiring works of art at the centre.
intu Trafford Centre
A short drive from Manchester's bustling city centre, intu Trafford Centre features 280 shops including Selfridges and John Lewis. Once you've finished your shopping, round off the day with laser quest, indoor golf or take to the heights and go rock climbing.
You'll find glitzy designer brands and great deals at intu Metrocentre, including top name fashion brands and large Lego, Disney and Apple stores. Keep the good times rolling at the Namco Funscape entertainment centre complete with dodgems, cinemas and bowling lanes, and when you’re feeling peckish hop over to the Qube food court.
St. David's Shopping Centre
Since opening in 2009, St David's Dewi Sant – or as it’s better known, St David’s – has quickly become one of the UK’s top five shopping centres. It even won the international shopping centre of the year in 2010! And with two floors containing well over 100 stores, it’s not hard to see why this is Cardiff’s premier shopping destination.
The Meadowhall shopping centre was recently renovated and now features a staggering 260 shops. If you’re looking for something unique, great one-of-a-kind gifts can be found in the The Lanes. When bargain hunting has left you hungry, visit the Oasis Dining Quarter for two floors of restaurants and diners.
One of Britain's most iconic department stores with over 330 outlets and a rich history dating back to 1834. Harrods' motto is "omnia omnibus ubique" or "all things for all people, everywhere", and with an exquisite range from designer clothing to high quality homeware and toys, it really lives up to those words. Harrods offers a truly British shopping experience near central London.