Welcome to my London Bucket List

Neal's Yard

  • Trafalgar Square
  • Soho
  • Covent Garden
  • Neal’s Yard
  • Tower of London
  • Big Ben
  • London Bridge
  • Westminster Abbey
  • Buckingham Palace
  • St. Pauls Cathedral
  • Piccadilly Circus
  • The London Eye
  • Hyde Park
  • St. James Park
  • Greenwich

I adore fabulous rooftop venues! Dalston Roof Park is the British summertime place to be! The Midnight Apothocary Rooftop Bar at the Brunel Museum is quite different but just as great. Shackle Well Arms bar is where you be immediately swept along by the ambiance of music.

Tate Museum of Modern Art- is great place to chill and see some amazing art work, the underground chambers are not to be missed.

Covent Garden gives you this impression of being in some small charming village. Bases in the area of Covent Garden there  is another magical, colourful spot you should stumble across. Neal’s Yard is full of cute shops and cafes.

Sometimes it’s the little things in life. Princi’s in Soho stays open until late making it a great venue for a bite to eat after a trip to the theatre. It’s filled with Italian charm. Take a walk around Soho and let London speak for itself.

Afternoon tea is a wonderful British tradition. Try Drink, Shop, Do  a sweet place near Kings Cross.

Visit the Paramount Restaurant for an astonishing view of the city. The Oxo Tower Restaurant offers lovely views of the Thames.

Autograf, the place to have high quality Polish food in London. The Ledbury is a 2 Michelin Star restaurant in Nothing HillThe Dock Kitchen overlooks the Grand Union Canal in Ladbroke Grove, West London. They offer a wonderfully inventive and oft-changing menu.

The Lily Vanilli Bakery – it’s open every Sunday 8:30am – 4pm at 6 The Courtyard, Ezra St.

Trishna is one of my favourite restaurants ‘Indian cuisine’, in Marylebone Village
It’s delicious!

Indaba Yoga ( http://indabayoga.com/contact/)  offers  yoga at its top level.

The Hoxton Urban Hotel is a lovely hotel with plenty of great design.

London Bridge


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