Tuesday, 21 March 2017

5 of the Busiest Undergrounds to Visit in London

There is truly nothing in the world that compares to the hustle and bustle of the city of London. An estimated number of over 30 million tourists visit the capital annually, drawing people from all across the globe to its beautiful sights, roads, architecture and of course, its efficient transportation system.
London’s extensive system might intimidate you at first, but its mass transit is easy to track directions because of its efficient design. Once you take hold of the London railway map, remember these names because we’ve rounded up some of the busiest and most iconic stations to visit in the capital:
Waterloo Station
Waterloo Station is a strategic place to begin your trip since it’s situated near the city’s premier attractions and most holiday apartments in London. The station is close to the London Eye, which must be your first stop, followed by the Big Ben and the Westminster Place.
Oxford circus underground station
Oxford Circus is located right at the heart of London, and is the best place to be if you want to travel around Soho, Mayfair, and Covent Garden. This is also ideal for tourists who want to see a show at West End, and venues including the Royal Opera House, London Palladium, and the Cambridge Theatre.
King’s Cross
You are not a real Harry Potter fan or British pop culture follower if you haven’t heard of the King’s Cross station. This is the starting point of the fictional Hogwart’s Express, as depicted in the hit novel series. Apart from the famous Platform 9 3/4, the station is also known for its display of noteworthy British architecture and modern design.
Victoria Underground Station
Victoria Underground is the alternative way to visit Westminster Cathedral apart from Waterloo. Other places to visit from Victoria Underground include the Green Park, Buckingham Palace Gardens and St James’s Park which are all just a few steps away from the station.
London bridge underground station
Your trip to London wouldn’t be complete without seeing the London Bridge. The London Bridge City pier located at the south bank of the Thames could be an excellent viewpoint to see the bridge. From the London Bridge station, you can also visit the Borough Market for some good food.
The best way to get around the city easily is to find the best accommodation. Presidential Marylebone Mayfair offers a wide range of services that could help you find your way to the capital’s key destinations.

Capital’s Best Kept Secrets: Where to eat in London

London isn’t only the best place to visit iconic structures and destinations but also the perfect place to find good food. A trip to London wouldn’t be complete without trying the capital’s best kept secret – its delectable food fare.
London is known for British food courses including roasts, wines, mash, pudding and the likes. However, touring the city would lead you to various restaurants offering a diverse line of menu, like these restaurants, for instance.

Kitchen W8

Of course, you wouldn’t want to miss one of the most popular Michelin-starred restaurant in London, Kitchen W8, which boasts modern contemporary interiors. Located at the streets of Kensington, the restaurant is a popular destination for high profile celebrities. One of its most popular dishes is the loin smothered in caramel sauce and croquette with potato, watercress, and apple.  


Craving for some afternoon tea to warm your stomach inside an Instagram worthy place? Sketch offers an extensive line of teas, on top of the spectacular interior that the place boasts. This brasserie is also known for its breakfast, cake, cocktail and wine menu. Sounds sweet, right?

The Breakfast Club

If you’re constantly craving for some good breakfast food, The Breakfast Club is the only choice to be. This food hub is known for its delectable pancakes, berries, and other meals that goes well with the morning breeze. A bit of warning though, you need to line up early if you want to get a good seat.

Nordic Bakery

Want to try some authentic cinnamon roll in London? The Nordic Bakery, located along Marylebone High Street is a popular bakery for pastry lovers. The bonus? It’s located near most serviced apartments Central London.


There’s nothing a slice a pizza wouldn’t fix. Over the past five years, Homeslice has established a name in London for its delectable Italian cuisine offerings including wood-fired oven pizza slices.

The Chiltern Firehouse

One of the most upscale restaurants in, Marylebone, the Chiltern Firehouse is known for its fine dining interiors, owned by hotelier André Balazs. The restaurant is a famous place for celebrities and A-listers.

The best way to easily find the best restaurants and food courts in London is to book a room in a strategically situated hotel or serviced apartment. Serviced Apartments Covent Garden are typically located near key establishments in the city, allowing its occupants to fully enjoy their stay in the iconic capital.