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Shop ‘Til you drop in London


Shopping in London is drawing a Swedish audience. The height of popularity was in the 1970’s when the Pound (GBP) cost us approximately SEK 7. If you travelled there with one suitcase, you came back with two, to fit in all the clothes and stuff bought at Harrods, Selfridge’s and other shopping meccas.

A few years ago the Pound was very expensive – SEK 15.50 at most. London and the UK have been gradually getting cheaper. Today (19th of March 2010) one GBP costs SEK 11.23.
Buy your Pounds before travelling. London’s bureaux de change aren’t to be messed around with – up to 10% of your Swedish Crowns can disappear through bad rates and fees.
Prepare yourself for crowds on pavements, busses and on the underground. Taxis are the best way to get around the city of high congestion charges.

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