I walked away from Covent Garden and wanted to head to the city on foot and suddenly I spotted a cool looking building, which, upon closer look, turned out to be the Freemasons Hall! Advertisements
Convent Garden was once one of London’s biggest slums, but today it’s certainly a popular spot among tourists and locals and something you shouldn’t miss when you’re visiting London.
If you like streets filled with creative decoration throughout the year – then you should head to Carnaby Street in London!
One of the prime tourist locations in London is Chinatown – and it’s really easy to reach: just take a bus or the tube to Piccadilly Circus or Leicester Square, and then head north and you’ll find yourself in these vibrant streets!
Standing at Picadilly Circus, it’s just a short walk to Leicester Square, which got its name from the contemporary Leicester House which, in turn, was named after the 2nd Earl of Leicester
Piccadilly Circus is one of the best options if you want to start exploring the city of London and it’s also one of its most well known tourists spots as well.
If you are in London and want to see two of the cities most favourite sightseeing spots – then the Tower Hill station is ideal! You can enjoy the view from Tower Hill, visit the Tower and enjoy a fantastic view with the Tower Bridge in the background.
Mind the gap – a sentence every London traveller is familiar with. The tube is not just a very covenient and punctual travel method, it’s also part of what London is, perfect for tourist goods and you can even travel certain lines and follow books, such as ‘Neverwhere’ by Neil Gaiman.
The Topshop Oxford Circus teamed up with Netflix and turned the shop upside down, showed sets from the show, gave away some lovely goods and became an amazing spot for fans of the series!
Camden is an area every London tourist book tells visitors to go to and the books are definitely right about that! It’s a vibrant area full of shops, unique people, music and independent stores.