When you think of London, there are hundreds of famous and historic locations that immediately spring to mind. The city is rife with well-known buildings and streets where some of the most iconic events have happened.
Whether you’re looking for luxury Chiswell Street dining rooms for an event in London or you’re just hoping to relax for a weekend at the Montcalm Hotel Chiswell Street, it’s worth exploring the city to find some of these famous streets and locations.
This is perhaps one of the most iconic street names in the country, especially amongst shoppers and fashion enthusiasts. Oxford Street is the centre of London’s retail scene and is home to a huge list of high-end brands and luxury boutiques. From Gucci to Adidas, you can fill your bags with all kinds of treasures as you stroll down Oxford Street. If you’re planning to treat yourself while at the Montcalm Hotel Chiswell Street, there are fewer places better than Oxford Street.
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This particular street in Central London will be forever remembered thanks to the fab four and their brilliant album. When the Beatles shot the cover for their Abbey Road album, they were simply trying to cut costs by taking the photo outside of the music studio but they set in place a legacy that will last for years to come. Head over to Abbey Road to take a selfie with the road sign or recreate the iconic road crossing photo.
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Brick Lane has gone through several changes over the years but has always remained a bustling place for diners and shoppers. Historically, it was known for being the go-to place if you’re looking for authentic Indian or Bangladeshi food. Recently, however, it has become a hotspot for hipsters as a number of alternative shops have moved on to the street. Amongst the buildings, you’ll find quirky bars, indie fashion boutiques and alternative eateries such as the Cereal Killer breakfast café.
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Take a trip down memory lane and feel what London was like during the height of the swinging 60s. Carnaby Street was the go-to place during the summer of love and party people from around the city would venture there every day. Even though the big hair and flared jeans have gone, Carnaby Street is still a bustling place where you can find hip fashion designers, quaint cafés and intimate live performance venues.
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Often compared to Time Square in New York City, Piccadilly is one of the most colourful streets in London. It is also one of the busiest and gets a huge amount of foot traffic every day. As you walk around trying to dodge the crowds, you’ll discover that Piccadilly is a photographers dream and is packed full of incredible photo opportunities. Don’t forget to bring your camera and get some pictures of the huge TV screens.