It’s summertime and the sun is shining! Could it be time to update your summer wardrobe? Nottingham may be famed for its links to the legendary Robin Hood, making it a popular destination with tourists, but that’s not all this culturally rich city has to offer. From incredible boutiques to big-name brands, there’s a shop to delight any visitor who comes to the city.
If food and drink is more your forte, the city won’t disappoint. Delectable restaurants and quaint cafes await you offering everything from delicious dinners to bountiful breakfasts.
Nottingham has long been linked to the textile industry, with its history of lace and hosiery making, and was once the home of famous fashion designer, Sir Paul Smith. It’s no wonder the city of Nottingham often finds itself on lists of the best shopping destinations in the UK.
Intu Victoria Centre
Located in the heart of Nottingham, the Victoria Centre boasts over 120 stores including House of Fraser, Topshop and River Island. The centre has its own bus station, is within walking distance of local tram stops and offers car parking for over 2750 cars. There’s plenty going on at the Victoria Centre including student nights and fashion shows so make sure to keep up to date on upcoming events.
The Exchange is recognised as Nottingham’s oldest shopping arcade and occupies a beautiful Grade II listed building right at the centre of the city. First opened on 22nd May 1929 by the Prince of Wales, The Exchange was Nottingham’s first shopping centre.
Today, The Exchange is considered Nottingham’s most speciality shopping venue. Boasting 19 exclusive retailers offering designer fashion brands such as Karen Millen, Warehouse, Radley and Tutu.
From notable fashion labels to handcrafted goods, Nottingham is a shopper’s haven, with plenty to inspire and excite. Why not plan a short weekend shopping break or a week-long getaway? It’s not just shopping, Nottingham is full of exciting things to do from exploration to culture. Start planning your Nottingham getaway today!