The English capital of London is a fabulous destination for travellers to experience the best dining and entertainment venues. Visitors will want to stick to the tourist trail to know they will have a great time when staying in this city. What they should do is perhaps take a chance on something new and quirky. There are plenty of hidden gems in London that provide the opportunity to experience something unique. Tourists heading to St Sepulchre-without-Newgate church, in Holborn, can find a bell that was used to mark executions. It is stored in glass and was used to tell the fate of the inmates based at what was Newgate Prison.
Another interesting experience is in Trafalgar Square at St Martin-in-the-Fields church known for its amazing classical music concerts. There is a building that has the St Martin’s Window, which is gorgeous to see. Another fascinating place for tourists in this part of London is Trafalgar Square police station, which is the smallest one in the UK. This was built for law enforcement to monitor protests and is no longer in use. Travellers heading to the vibrant Soho area will be very excited to spot seven noses on walls in the area that have been created by artist Rick Buckley. It offers the opportunity for an interesting afternoon of treasure-hunting, and many tourists often take pictures of all the noses.
Tourists heading to London will want to easily can get to these sights so should stay at a centrally located accommodation. The Piccadilly London West End hotel has incredible rooms that offer modern comforts such as a plasma television and complimentary Wi-Fi internet. This residence offers many packages and is a London hotel with special offers. The hotel is found at the heart of the West End and is a superb accommodation in Piccadilly close to numerous attractions and sights, including the theatre district. Extras in the living spaces include daily newspapers, soft robes, slippers, fresh fruit and mineral water.
There is a similar sight of the hidden ears created by artist Tim Fishlock and found in the lovely road of Floral Street in the friendly area of Covent Garden. St Dunstan’s in the East has a beautiful garden and its Gothic architecture is just inspiring. It was designed by Christopher Wren and is found tucked between Monument and Tower Hill. If tourists like magnificent gardens, then heading to the Isabella Plantation is the answer as it offers a stunning sight in the glorious Richmond Park. This green space is slightly out of the centre of London but is worth a visit especially for its wild deer and gorgeous scenery.
Travellers will want to head to Number 10 Downing Street but they should also venture to another similar front door. Tourists often stumble across Number 10 Adam Street, which is found in the Strand area. It resembles the Prime Minister’s famous front door and is a great place for taking pictures. The city of London due to its fantastic history is a captivating destination to visit and can surprise visitors. Travellers should head to the city with the intention to see something different that is away from the tourist trail.