London, England: Harrods Department Store

published 6 years ago by Rick Steves

Harrods is huge — 300 departments, a million square feet on seven floors — yet classy. Don't miss the Food Halls, Egyptian Escalator, and shrine to Princess Diana and Dodi Al-Fayed (his father was the store's former owner). At, you'll find money-saving travel tips, small-group tours, guidebooks, TV shows, radio programs, podcasts, and more on this destination.

Is London's vast inventor of a department store it's huge 300 departments 1000000 square feet on 7 floors yet classy. The food halls with their Edward in tiled walls. Delicious displays. Tempting eateries. And staff in period costumes. Are lots of fun. A small shrine invites visitors to pay their respects to. NCIS Diana and Dodi al Fayed whose father owns carrots. The Egyptian escalator is a reminder that Mister al Fayed is from Egypt. And he spent a fortune revitalizing this historic department. Writing it U. S. Sen Herod shopping wonderfully. You'll find everything from. Roaming the halls of designer women's wear ...

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