Belgravia is the kind of upmarket, well-heeled district which has helped to make London one of the capitals of elite, high-end living the entire world over. It is situated in the highly affluent Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and is bordered by Hyde Park to the north and Buckingham Palace to the east.
Belgravia is one of the wealthiest residential districts in the world, and a walk along its tree-lined streets is generally enough to confirm this fact. Eaton Square and Belgrave Square are amongst the superbly kept garden squares in Belgravia, surrounded on all sides by 19th century white stucco architecture which is the most well preserved of its kind you’ll find anywhere in London. The tranquil calm of the streets provides a welcome break from the noise and crowds of the rest of London, making it well worth a visit to Belgravia even for those who aren’t lucky enough to be able to live there.
There are few places in the city of London which offer a wider choice of top of the range shopping and eating than Belgravia does. The district of Knightsbridge, home to the world famous Harrods, is just a short stroll away, while Sloane Square is packed with the kind of upmarket shopping and dining outlets that draw visitors to Belgravia from all over the world. In the heart of Belgravia itself you can explore the antique and furniture purveyors which line Pimlico Road, or the dazzling designer creations of the likes Of Philip Treacy and Jenny Packham. If you’re more interested in culture than shopping then pay a visit to the Royal Court Theatre in Sloane Square. This world famous venue has a hard-earned reputation for showcasing innovative and ground-breaking drama.
Although Belgravia has much to offer in its own right, it’s also the ideal base from which to explore some of the other parts of London. Buckingham Palace and the Albert Hall are both located within easy travelling distance, and so are the world famous museums of South Kensington. These are the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum, and they all offer stunning collections of artefacts and displays from all over the world.
Transport options in Belgravia include three tube stations – Sloane Square, Hyde Park Corner and Knightsbridge – while Victoria Station, which is also close at hand, carries trains, coaches and buses from all over the city and the world beyond.
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