One of the most elegant and beautiful streets of London lined with terraced stucco townhouses, cute little cafés, fine dining restaurants, garden squares, designer boutique stores, upmarket hotels, antique shops and many more.
Tip: search for the #belgraviainbloom if you happen to love everything floral.
This area is home to some of London’s most posh shops and luxurious residents. It is also home to the colorful and vibrant street of Notting Hill, Kensington Gardens and Palace as well as Hyde Park.
Tip: search for #chelseainbloom and #nottinghill for inspiration
This is one of the most popular areas in London. It is the shopping and entertainment hub of London’s West End (Theatre District). It is home to flower markets, fashion shows, craft stall, pubs and cafés and the Royal Opera House. Also, Neals Street is only a hop, step and jump away, which is a shoe lovers paradise. We also recommend vising Covent Garden during Christmas time as it transforms into a magical wonderland.
Tip: search for #nealsyard, #coventgarden and #coventgardenchristmas for inspiration
A vibrant and exciting part of the city that is home to an amazing range of Jazz and Blues bars. Soho is situated in the heart of London’s West End. Soho is bordered by Oxford Street, Regent Street, Leicester Square and Charing Cross Road.
Westminster is the bustling government area near Buckingham Palace. Tourists head to Trafalgar Square’s monuments and to see the changing of the guards at Horse Guards Parade. It is also home to the House of Parliament, Big Ben, and the Medieval Westminster Abbey.
Camden is famous for its markets and for being the alternative Centre of London where hippies and punks tread the streets together.
This is where you will find all the skyscrapers. It is home to the Stock Exchange and the bank of England.
Known as the creative hub of London’s trendy East End. You may find many vintage and design shops down the streets of Shoreditch.