Oh, Finally it’s here! Today I’m sharing you my favorite places I like to go in London. I think everybody knows the well-known sightseeing spots, so I went for some other spots that are worth visiting. It’s not really a London Guide because I’m far from an expert but sharing is caring, right? Just a few tips from me to you!
Besides the tips I also want to give you the advice to look further than the traditional tourist locations/activities and look for more insider tips. Maybe you know somebody who’s living or lived in London? Or maybe a blogger who’s from London? Just asked a resident of this city for advice and recommendations and you’ll be surprised! Go for it!
LET’S EAT SOMETHING
The Breakfast Club – 31 Camden Passage – A popular place to get you breakfast or grab a hot chocolate and everything in between
Kastner & Ovens – Covent Garden Market, 52 Floral St – Great spot when you want to grab a super healthy lunch on the go.
Kaffeine – 66 Great Titchfield St – A coffee bar just around the corner of Oxford street serves besides many kinds of coffee also some great sanwhiches and cakes
Jamie Olivers’ Diner – 23a Shaftesbury Avenue – Not the most original choice to have dinner at, but the best choice (just around the corner of Piccadily Circus) after a day full of shopping and strolling around.
Pizza Union – 25 Sandy’s Row, Spitafields – Great spot when you’re in the mood of pizza
Chop’d – Boxpark, 2-4 Bethnal Green Road – Oh, they serve the best ‘create-your-own’ salads.
LET’S GO SHOPPING
Dover Street Market – 27 Dover St – A to go place if you are in to mood for shopping designer pieces just around Bond street
Boxpark – 2 Bethnal Green Road – Besides great pop-up restaurants you also can find here great shops like Urbanears, Beautymart and so much more
Oxford/Regent street – Ok, the well-known shopping streets of London that goes from Primark , &Other Stories to several designer shops and everything in between. Just a must-go when you’re in a shopping mood.
Sunday Up Market – 91 Brick Lane – Every Sunday the Old Truman Brewery is filled with 150 stalls of yound designers, creative people and art enthousiast. A must go on relaxing Sunday
Shoreditch/ Bricklane – Just my favorite area of London to eat, shop and just stroll around.
Designer Pop-Up Store Outlet – Old Truman Brewery/Shop 13 – I took a quick look at this store and I spotted several great discounted items of Burberry, Prada, Marc Jacobs and Vivienne Westwood. Score!
Old Spitafields Market – 16 Horner Square – When you’re on your way from Liverpool Street station to Bricklane/Shoreditch you come across this market filled with stalls and stores that’s worth visiting for something to eat at to shop (like Kiehls, Benefit Cosmetics and more).
(LONDON) TRAVEL TIPS
Stay – This is an app where you easily can download an offline map of the city you are and check the hotspot you listed