A visit to London achieves its perfection only when West End is visited with all its curiosity and joy. Geographically West End is an amalgam of the entertainment district around Leicester Square and Covent Garden with a swathe of shopping streets-Oxford, Bond and Street, Regent.
At the high streets of Oxford and Regents the latest in fashion, souvenirs, diamonds and caviar are up for grabs. The bustling night life and presence of clubs, museums and theatres make this part of London busy and fantastic.
With West End attracting all as the central hub of London theatre, haute shopping and great art galleries we are guiding you to some of the must-see spots there
National Gallery: This must-see area for arts has amazing Western European paintings from the 13th to 19th centuries and the highlights include Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper .
Oxford Street: Just stroll down to Europe’s busiest shopping thoroughfare and watch the flagship stores as watching them from outside is as much entertaining as hardcore shopping.
Churchill War Rooms: Step into this structure’s underground corridors and watch the shelters that provided safety to the members of the British government during the Second World War. Preserved exactly as in 1945, its secret cluster of rooms will trigger memories of Winston Churchill who controlled the war efforts from here.
Selfridges: Spend your time in this globally renowned store. This department store boasts of one of the largest shoe sections in the world. Located on Oxford Street its legacy spans more than 100 years.
Hyde Park: Breathe some fresh air at Hyde Park where the expanse of 350 acres will certainly enthrall you. Other activities include boating at the Serpentine and ice-skating in outdoor rinks.
British Museum: This mid-18th century landmark is located in the neighborhood of Bloomsbury. This first ever national public museum houses a inestimable wealth of information, art and artifacts chronicling human history and culture.
Buckingham Palace: A trip to London is not complete without visiting this official residence of the Queen. The public has access to the Palace during the summer when the Queen is in Scotland. The Changing of the Guard here is famous and takes place daily between 11:15am and noon barring the winters.
Housing properties on rent at St Martin’s Place and Covent garden has Studios, Two or Three Bedrooms. find luxury flats to rent in west end are fabulous yet expensive thanks to the prestigious location.