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Westfield Stratford City

Westfield Stratford City is the largest urban shopping and leisure destination in Europe, offering plenty of high street fashion favourites as well as celebrated home and lifestyle brands. There are over 250 shops including Zara and Hugo Boss, and over 65 restaurants. You can also indulge in cuisine from all over the world, from Japanese to Italian.

In addition to its huge variety of shops and restaurants, you’ll find a dazzling array of leisure facilities. The 17-screen, all-digital Vue Cinema is one of the largest and most innovative in Europe. You can experience the luxury bowling experience at All Star Lanes, or try your luck at the 24-hour Aspers Casino, which is the biggest in the UK.

Other nice shopping centres are: Westfield London, Broadway Shopping Centre, ICON Outlet at the O2, One New Change and Angel Central Shopping Centre.

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday: 10am – 9pm

Saturday: 9am – 9pm

Sunday: 12pm – 6pm

How to get there

Stratford
Stratford
97, 388, 108, 339
Stratford, Stratford International
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