Situated within the Borough of Westminster, Pimlico is a small area which, thanks to a combination of Regency architecture and well-tended garden squares, sometimes resembles a compact version of its more illustrious neighbour Belgravia.
Pimlico has much to offer in its own right, however, being located on the banks of the river Thames and boasting a pleasing, village-like atmosphere while still being placed within easy travelling distance of some of the most popular tourist attractions in London.
Within easy walking distance you can find the fashionable, up-market boutiques of Sloane Square, which is also home to the world famous Royal Court Theatre. This legendary theatrical landmark has been famed for years for its innovative productions and promotion of the most exciting new writing talent. The unmistakeable form of Buckingham Palace is also quite close at hand. As well as being able to stand and enjoy the grandeur and sweep of the London residence of the royal family, you can witness the changing of the guard several times a week throughout the year. This famous ceremony is a unique example of the British taste for well-drilled military pomp and ceremony.
Even closer than Buckingham Palace you’ll find the Tate Britain gallery. This art gallery is so large that exploring it will take a few hours at least, although the good news is that access to works of art from around the world and across the centuries is completely free. Fans of the artist Turner will be especially keen to visit the Tate gallery, as it is home to the largest collection of his work to be found anywhere in the world.
Travel to and from Pimlico and on to the rest of London is relatively simple to arrange. The Pimlico Tube station offers access to the Victoria line, while Victoria station itself is a major transport hub. From Victoria station you can take a Tube on the Circle and District Lines, putting you just minutes away from the rest of London and its world famous tourist attractions.
For something more out of the ordinary in terms of travel, take a trip to the Milbank Millennium Pier, where you can catch a riverboat to take a leisurely cruise down to either Southwark or Waterloo. As an alternative to all of this, you could simply stay in Pimlico and take a relaxing stroll through St James Park to Trafalgar Square or along the river Thames to the Palace of Westminster.
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