Cheap shopping abroad. How to find it, and what can be purchased? About this do not write on the Internet regular articles and do not tell in any TV program.
desheviy_shopping Since I often go to different countries of Europe and cannot do without shopping, then for me every trip is an expectation of new purchases. To go to an expensive store and buy, for example, a ready-made look, which stylistic consultants will help you with, may not be affordable for everyone. Yes, and there is nothing interesting in this. Continue reading
Before you start talking about shopping in London, you should distinguish between three groups of “Rousseau tourist”. The first, not numerous, but very wealthy, belongs to the “classical” category of people, for whom shopping is a kind of illness on a psychological level. The prices do not matter, the main thing is to buy! Continue reading
Where do without sales in the world capital of shopping? They are held twice a year – at the height of the summer and during the winter holidays. Additional sales, for example, during the anniversary of the company, are also enough, but for ordinary tourists it is difficult to find out about them. So, you have to go along with everyone in the summer or at the end of December – the beginning of January, when the period of grandiose discounts begins, which sometimes amount to 50–75%.
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Major major supermarkets are Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Marks & Spencer. They can buy meat, fish, vegetables, fresh bread, dairy products, household chemicals, ready-made salads and dishes. The latter has a division into stores selling food and clothing.
It is a little large supermarkets, they are located far from the center. Most shops are located within walking distance of these networks. They have a good selection of fresh vegetables, fruits, meats and sweets. Continue reading
For some reason, everyone who speaks or writes about shopping in London begins their story or article with an overview of expensive places such as Selfridges department store on Oxford Street or very expensive even at European prices on Bond Street boutiques.
One gets a false impression as if they out there themselves buy: a scarf for 300 pounds, gloves for 400, a knitted pidorka for 150 – that’s your collection for the Russian winter. Continue reading