As the name suggests, Central London is in fact the inner part of this glorious city. If you are the type of tourist who likes to sightsee while walking, then you will be in the right place because you will walk until you can’t walk anymore. You can take a walk along the convent walk or go down to the Broad walk for a better experience. There is also a shopping center between Serpentine and South Bank.
Central London is home to four wonderful parks that will not only bring you closer to nature, but also make you appreciate it. The famous St. James Park is located here and covers an area of twenty-three hectares. That is the reason why when you are in this park you will see Buckingham palace to the west, the horse guards to the east, St. James’s palace and the shopping center are on the north side and finally the Birdcage Walk which is on the south side. Therefore, in this park you will get a better deal. The other three parks are Regent’s Park, Hyde Park and Battersea Park. Now no one can go to a place like central London and not do some shopping and if you want to buy a few things either as gifts or souvenirs then you need not worry as there are many markets and exhibition centers waiting for your arrival here. Some of the places you can go to for a different shopping experience are Camden Passage, Camden Lock, Petticoat Lane, Olympia, Earls Court and Portobello Road.
For history lovers, they have not been left out, as central London has all the history they need. The first place you can go is the British Museum, where you will learn everything there is to know about the British. Then, of course, you can head to the National Gallery and learn about other historical events. If you love modern art, then there is something for your taste and that is Tate Modern, which houses modern forms of artwork from the Tate group.
If you love royalty, you will love the Tower where the queen’s palace and fortress are located. This tower has played an important role in the history of England and its appearance is as beautiful as the story behind it. You can also visit the other museums in the surroundings or the party hall. Just because you’re in the heart of London doesn’t mean you can’t order some Chinese food. There is a Chinese town where you can go and eat all the Chinese food you want and if you want to know how to invest in this city then a visit to the financial sector would not hurt. Accommodation shouldn’t be a problem with the big hotel districts like Bloomsbury, Earls Court, Bayswater and Belgravia. Transportation is also easy with major train stations like Waterloo at your service. You can never get enough of central London because you can always go see Parliament, Broad Gate and much more.