Oxford Street, is a mayor road in central London, and is known for its vivacious energy and eclectic mix of attractions. Named after Earl of Oxford, Edward Harley, in the 18th century, it has evolved into a bustling commercial centre over the years. Shoppers from all over the world are drawn to its endless rows of high-street retailers, luxury boutiques, and iconic department stores, including the world-famous Selfridges. Besides shopping, Oxford Street offers a plethora of eateries and cafes, perfect for those wanting a quick break. Being centrally located, reaching here is a breeze with public transport. The street is served by multiple Tube stations – Oxford Circus, Tottenham Court Road, Bond Street and Marble Arch, on Central, Victoria, Bakerloo and Northern Lines. Numerous bus routes, including 7, 10, 73, 98, 390, traverse Oxford Street, making it easy to arrive here from any part of London. Ease of access, a vibrant shopping scene and a rich historical background make Oxford Street a must-visit destination in Soho, London.