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When it comes to shopping malls, you will be spoiled with choices with the largest shopping centres in the UK, the Bullring, to House of Fraser, Selfridges and Grand Central. They all stock all your favourite designers and the latest brands.
A stone’s throw from the Bullring is the flea market in Saint Martin’s Market, locally referred to as The Rag. After 50 years, it is still increasing in popularity. If you want to buy jewellery, you should head for the unique Jewellery Quarter where hundreds of talented craftspeople and designers are displaying their things, making it a perfect place to find gifts and souvenirs. The shops in the area also sell antiques and clocks.
The bustling shopping streets like New Street and High Street is packed with stores selling well-known brands but also where independent boutiques can be found, so make sure to stroll around these areas when in the shopping mood.
One thing is for sure, you will not leave Birmingham empty-handed.