London has many famous parts worth visiting and there are also numerous streets that offer interesting, historic stories. Ebury Street is found near the capital’s district of Victoria and was built in the period between 1815 and 1860. It had many well-known residents including the Austrian composer Mozart who lived there when it was previously called Fivefields Row in 1764. Other celebrities that lived there include James Bond author Ian Fleming and actors Terence Stamp and Michael Caine who shared a flat there in 1963. Today there are many places to head to along this beautiful road that are great for travellers visiting the city.
There are numerous eateries along this pretty road that offer a range of tasty cuisines and beverages. For delicious coffee tourists should definitely head to Tomtom Coffee House that provides some first-class drinks. Just around the corner from this venue is Tomtom Cigars as this firm is actually famous for being one of the city’s leading cigar merchants. The road also features a number of eateries that offer Italian, Chinese, French, American and Thai food that will satisfy any desire for eating out. Travellers will definitely adore coming to this lovely road for its many food opportunities that will guarantee a top meal at any time of day.
Tourists heading to this area should find a hotel near Victoria station as being close to this incredible transport hub is vital to a successful trip. Travellers can choose the superb Astors hotel Victoria that is a wonderful accommodation with designer bedrooms that offer excellent amenities including a telephone, flatscreen television and Wi-Fi internet. ThisEbury Street hotelis a superb destination with living spaces that have a spacious en-suite bathroom with a hairdryer. There are also coffee and tea-making facilities, and tourists will appreciate the many brilliant restaurants and cafes found right outside the accommodation.
There are many wonderful cultural institutions near Ebury Street including the amazing Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) that has three galleries, a theatre, two cinemas and restaurant and late bar. This destination is great for travellers to head to for its lectures and late night art and music parties. It is only ten minutes’ walk away from Ebury Street and is a very popular place to spend some time learning about the arts. The Mall Galleries is also close by and offer a modern art space promoting contemporary visual arts through a very interesting range of exhibitions that offer culture fans something incredibly unique.
There are also a number of beautiful green spaces close to the road including Hyde Park, which is an ideal place to spend some time walking or cycling around. This city park is very pretty and has a playground for youngsters, as well as the Serpentine Galleries for its adult visitors. Ebury Street is close to Victoria Station making it easy to reach and travellers should just have a wander around the road. It offers some of the most magnificent buildings that are very important historically and offers a crucial insight into the architecture of London. Lygon Place is a terrace near this road that has many Grade II listed buildings worth visiting.