By:- Sahil Luthra
Kensington is one of London’s wealthiest areas. The area is home to some of the city’s top attractions including Kensington Palace.
Today, the street is a place for designer shopping and posh restaurants. Known as the fashion capital of London, shopping is one of the main draws here
During the August bank holiday, Notting Hill plays host to one of Europe’s biggest street festivals, the Notting Hill Carnival.
We recommend taking a trip to Merchant Square. Here, you can enjoy a bite to eat from street food vendors and the Water Maze is popular in the summer months.
The Hyde Park area is home to one of the largest and most well-known green spaces in London. Hyde Park itself is one of London’s most popular attractions.
There’s Coal Drops Yard – King’s Cross’ ultimate shopping and dining scene. Fans of J.K. Rowling’s, Harry Potter can visit the famous platform 9 ¾ at Kings Cross Station.
You can catch a gig at Camden’s iconic music venue, The Roundhouse. Or, relax in one of the many gastropubs or a more traditional British boozer.
This is a beautiful Edwardian bookstore which travel enthusiasts will love thanks to its huge selection of travelogues and guides.
Bloomsbury is known to many as the intellectual and literary hub of London. As well as being home to the world-known Bloomsbury Publishing, it also has some of the best educational institutes in the UK.
If you’re after a bit of luxury and pampering then Mayfair is the place to stay. It’s London’s most wealthiest neighborhood and you are unlikely to find anything less than 4 or 5 star here.
It was once known as London’s red-light district, and if you look close enough, you’ll still find remnants of that. But today, it’s the epicenter of entertainment come day and night.
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