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Its name synonymous with indulgence and luxury, the UK’s largest shop and London’s most famous department store is such a draw with tourists that it’s become more of an opulent lifestyle museum, complete with an Egyptian escalator, than simply an exclusive shopping destination. Whether you’re here to browse or to splurge, you’ll still have to look the part " a dress code is enforced at the door so don’t plan on entering if you’ve dressed for the beach for some reason (bare midriffs, flip-flops, and high-cut shorts are just some of looks banned at Harrods). Lower price tags can be found in the famous food hall, or if you don’t feel like shopping at all, check out the Di and Dodi fountain, dedicated to the Princess and the son of Harrods’ former owner Mohamed Al-Fayed.
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