Knightsbridge is one of London’s most exclusive addresses, bordered by Kensington to the east, Hyde Park to the north, and Chelsea to the south.
Bring your wallet. It’s expensive.
Harrods is arguably the most famous shop in the world. It was opened by the grocer Henry Harrod in 1849, and has now spread to seven floors and 300 departments. It has very strict rules on dress, and porters – known as the ‘Green Men’ – kick out kids in jeans, leggings and shorts.
If you enjoy this then try: Belgravia (you can walk it in 6 mins); Harrods (you can walk it in 4 mins); Kensington (catch the tube from Knightsbridge to Kensington) and South Kensington (walk it in 22 mins or catch a train from Knightsbridge to South Kensington).