Oxford Street or Madame Tussauds Museum are famous destinations in the capital of England. However, many people think these are places to avoid on any trip to London. Let’s the reason in the article below!
Restaurants in Leicester Square
As a venue for London movie shows and cinemas, Leicester Square has become a popular tourist attraction in London with visitors. However, any Londoner knows Leicester Square is not famous for its food. Many restaurants raise their prices knowing that tourists are willing to spend money because they think the food here is great. In fact, most of the restaurants in Leicester Square are chain restaurants, so if you’re looking to experience the best independent restaurants in London, Soho might be a better area to check out.
This is one of the most famous places in the city. Everyday visitors flock to Oxford Circus to shop at the retail stores here. With almost all the shops you want to visit are within a very short walking distance. Thus, it is the paradise of shopaholics. However, in recent years, this area has become too crowded. Overloading has even led to plans to turn this road into a walking street to create more space for shoppers. To avoid the crowds on Oxford Street, you can find other great shopping options such as Carnaby Street and Brick Lane.
City of London (on weekends)
City of London is the term used for London’s historic financial district. During the week, busy city employees come to the area’s bars and restaurants to enjoy drinks after work to relax. However, on weekends, the City of London is like a ghost town. If UK tourists are coming to this area, make sure you go in the middle of the week, otherwise, you might be disappointed with the overly tranquil atmosphere here.
The big shopping center
They are nothing special and alluring. It’s just like the big shopping malls in the US that people often see. If you want to satisfy your shopping needs in London, there are a number of shopping sites that show off London’s great culture including Covent Garden and Bond Street.