Covent Garden’s central square remains this neighborhood’s primary attraction, but its fetching streetscape doesn’t end with its bustling marketplace. Street performers and food stalls share Covent Gardens’ iconic plaza and winding side streets with cheese shops, casual taverns, art museums, and opera houses that cater to those looking for less trafficked locales. You’ll watch, you’ll applaud, and you’ll pay your pocket change to the countless entertainers and diversions in this unyieldingly charming neighborhood.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
Street Performers Entertain the Crowds
World Class Cultural Attractions
We are in the heart of "theatre land", and all the restaurants and museums of London's West End are just a short stroll away. Seven Dials is now the premiere shopping area of Covent Garden with plenty of unique boutiques. The location is ideal for people who love the theatre and the other arts!"
Shopping In Covent Garden
The location is seriously fabulous, with tons of great shops, restaurants and pubs nearby. And as a single woman traveling, I always felt very safe."
Visited in 2013
Seventh Heaven in Seven Dials
[Next to Bedfordbury you'll find] Goodwins Court, a hidden gem. It has the only set of 18th Century bow windows left in London, plus genuine gas lamps that a lamplighter attends to every few days."
Dining and Drinks Before or After the Theatre
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After living his first twenty something years in the great land of Michigan, Tec Petaja traveled throughout central Asia, lived in Indiana and Hawaii, and finally found a home in Nashville, Tennessee where he currently resides with his wife.
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