Exotic Fun in London

Lively London is well known for its unique ways of soothing tourists and offering them exotic fun. Perambulate through Central London and enjoy the below mentioned specialties of the city.

Borough Market

Borough Market is one of the largest food markets comprising of more than 75 stalls of different kinds. The market has both retail and wholesale sectors and is located at Southwark in Central London. The market was initially used by producers across the country to sell their fresh fruits and vegetables. But today the market has everything edible you can ask for. Goods in the market include breads, meat, coffee, fish and bakeries. It is one of the oldest markets in the country and is a major trade point for producers from The UK and other European nations. In the year 2010 the market was awarded the London Food Market of the Year by the London Lifestyle Awards.

Foyles Bookshop

Founded in the year 1903, The Foyles Bookshop is home to the countries largest collection of books. The shop has over 50 departments spread across 4 floors. From contemporary fiction and academic theory to unexpected non-fiction, Foyles has something to offer everyone to browse through. The most striking feature of the shop is its welcoming environment making it apt for both serious study and a relaxing afternoon with books. This paradise of books is located at Charing Cross Road. It has been chosen as the year’s best bookseller of the year. The place also has a coffee shop on the first floor and visitors to the bookshop are often found spending hours at the shop sipping their favourite coffee along with their favourite books.

Neal’s Yard

Neal’s Yard is located in Covent Garden and is named the developer Thomas Neale. The alley is home to food cafes and retailers such as Neal’s Yard Remedies, Neal’s Yard Dairy, and World Food Café. Located in Central London the place is only minutes away from Covent Garden Tube Station and Leicester Tube Station. If you are visiting Neal’s Yard during summer you can enjoy a delicious outdoor lunch along with some cheese tasting and a cheese making class. In winter warm yourself with the healthy tea from the Remedy shop and enjoy a massage in one of the therapy rooms.

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