A prosperous and beautiful inner-city and often a tourist’s first insight into the city’s dramatic character. Combing the most famous squares of London, Oxford Street, Mayfair, Marylebone, Piccadilly Circus, Bloomsbury and Holborn. Awash with the buzz of locals and visitors alike enjoying the high-end department stores, fine dining, lively nightlife and fabulous entertainment on offer. From its classy brands and department stores on Oxford Street, designer brands on Bond Street, and the famous Liberty Store, housed in a beautiful 1920s Tudor Revival building that feels like you are stepping back in time. Holborn and Chancery Lane are great for antiques and tailored clothing.
Marylebone and Marylebone village has a great atmosphere and residential feel, close to all the buzz of Central London but has a calmer, quiet feel to it. Charming delicatessens, fine independent grocery shops and organic butchers. A weekly famers market every weekend in the famous square over Moxon street has an amazing selection of produce. Cool bars and restaurants, independent shops, elegant residential buildings and plenty of wonderful tourists’ spots, Marylebone has a great vibe. Sherlock Holmes museum and Madame Tussauds is also a must-see. This tourist spot is the most prolific wax museum in the world. Well known for some of London’s best schooling, there are fantastic options of nurseries, primary and secondary schools, as well as universities to choose from.
Mayfair features some of London’s most expensive and luxurious property, traditionally English with great character. Charming off street Mews will entice you to immaculate cafés and restaurants, and many chic boutiques offering exclusive designs by appointment only. From Green park, stroll through Hyde Park; a beautiful vast green area, covering 350 acres and is home to a number of famous landmarks including the Serpentine Lake, Speakers’ Corner and the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain. The Park also offers various recreational activities including open water swimming, boating, tennis and horse riding.
You’ll be surprised at how quickly you can walk between these gorgeous areas, however you are never far from a tube stop and London’s main Paddington station is just a 15-minute walk from Marylebone. Black cabs are easy to grab on the go as well as many buses, showing you a more scenic route to your destination. Green Park, Piccadilly Circus, Marble Arch, Hyde Park Corner, Bond Street, Baker Street and Edgware Road are the main underground stations for this area.