London’s Hidden Gems

Top 2 Hidden Gems in London

London is a multicultural, entertaining and a massive vibrant city, which is full of life. Not even a true Londoner has seen everything that this city has to offer. It is simply gigantic that you would need several years to enjoy each and every corner of this cosmopolitan city.

The beautiful city has several hidden-gems that many tourists usually don’t visit. But I want you to see what typical tourists don’t see, that’s right. Here are my favourite top 2 hidden gems in London: –

1: Neal’s Yard, Covent Garden

Neal’s Yard is a small hidden corner in London’s favourite town, Covent Garden. It is named after Thomas Neale, the 17th century developer. It offers several different food cafes, hippy shops, salon, natural remedy  and dairy shops. You’ll be walking down the Covent Garden, enjoying the typical London sights, one step inside this hidden courtyard would change your perception about this city. It’s a truly amazing, colourful place where you can relax, eat and have a laugh with your buddies.

Aim to spend an hour or two here, take lovely photos and enjoy this unusual part of London.

2: Leadenhall Market

Leaden hall Market is one of the oldest markets in London, dating back from the 14th century, located in the historic financial district of the City of London. It is usually open from 10am until 6pm during weekdays. You’ll mainly find food, bars, restaurants, butchers, florists and poultry here. But you can simply browse this area any day of the week and admire the hidden beauty that this place has to offer.

You can find more information about this market here: https://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/things-to-do/leadenhall-market/Pages/default.aspx

I hope you’ll enjoy these two hidden-gems in London.

See you at other destinations around the world!

 

 

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