There are all sorts of things you can do in London. It is the most fantastic city on earth and has everything, from historic attractions, to huge designer shops and shopping malls. From sightseeing highlights such as the London Eye or a tour on the Thames, to a nightlife that is nothing like you will ever experience anywhere else in the world. London has a huge number of Michelin-starred restaurants, amazing gastro-pubs and restaurants featuring every kind of cuisine. So, if you’re looking for the perfect place to wine and dine your chosen London escort, you’re spoilt for choice.
Here are our 5 top tips for finding those nearby attractions that you really shouldn’t miss!
The Royal Albert Hall
When you get to the Royal Albert Hall there is a lot more to see. At the opposite side from the park entrance you’ll see a magnificent building. Surrounding the hall you will see The Royal College of Music. This is something spectacular. You may hear the sweet tones of a piano or violin playing somewhere in the building. If it’s a nice warm summer’s day, why not grab a coffee and head across the road to the impressive Albert Memorial. Sit down on the steps leading up to the gilded statues and enjoy a minute or two of people watching whilst taking in the scenery!
Harrods has been a luxury shopping destination since 1849 for exclusive collections and excellent service. With 330 departments over seven floors dedicated to the finest products in fashion, food, technology and homeware. Harrods has something for everyone, even if it can be a little pricey at times.
Holland Park supports a surprising range of mammals, insects and birds, including peacocks it contains an extensive woodland for central London. The park also has an orangery,cricket pitch and tennis courts. In the park you can also find a Japanese Garden ‘the Kyoto Garden’, donated by the Chamber of Commerce of Kyoto in 1991.
This is a hugely important historical building. As Queen Victoria was actually born in Kensington Palace and great Royal figures like Diana Princess of Wales lived here. You can tour the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection where you can see dresses worn by the Queen and Princess Diana. And also visit the State Apartments
Battersea Power Station
Battersea Power Station is a disused power station that stands on the south bank of the River Thames in Battersea. With it’s four distinctive chimneys that make up the famous landmark in London. The station is made up of two individual power stations, A and B. Station A was built in the 1930’s and station B was completed in the 1950’s. The power station is also the largest brick building in Europe and has lavish art deco interior fittings and decor.