“ Along the South of Hyde Park. Home to "Harrod's" department store, the "Natural History Museum" and the "Victoria and Albert Museum". „
When you make your way from South Kensington Tube to Knightsbridge if you are ready for shopping it will be expensive and exhausting. Knightsbridge is being a posh section of London, a walk down the street is bound to be eventful. There have been experiences of people coming accross Diana Ross on her way shopping. On my way to shopping at Harrods, I saw Mr. Bean while an evening walk I saw Elthon John going into a building. It is said that ambitious single ladies can find a wealthy suitor while having tea in any of the posh cafes in Knightsbridge. Many times you spot a poiser as they normally would seat by the sidestreet tables which provide vantage view of their potential pray. Wheather you're shopping for a rich suitor or hunting to catch a glimpse of a star, Knightbridge is place for you. Knightsbrige is synonimus with Harrods. Not to mention all the big labeled designers such as Gucci, Armani, Cartier, Salvatore, Gian Franco, Ferre. The list is endless. A tourist visit would not be complete without a visit to Harrods and a purchase a Harrods souvenir. Harrods remains a British monument irrespective of the present owner. Knightsbridge is the home to Harrod's and Harvey Nichols. If your time is limited I can suggest you to see first the Food Hall . You can not see anywhere else in the world like this. Harvey Nichols is on the corner of Sloane Street. it is known as "Harvey Nics".