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West End Living

West End Living It’s a complicated business summing up why anyone should live in the West End, not least because there are so many exciting things about Central London that to summarise them might take a few days short of forever. Covent Garden and the surrounding areas, such as Fitzrovia and Bloomsbury are a hub of elegance, history and entertainment. In the West End you don’t have to choose between visiting the beautiful and historic National Gallery, shopping on Oxford Street, or enjoying a walk in Hyde Park. It’s all possible in a day because so much of what the city has to offer will be right on your doorstep. The National Gallery in Trafalgar Square London’s Covent Garden represents a history of theatre, entertainment and literature. Bloomsbury was once home to the illustrious Bloomsbury Set, including writers Virginia Woolf and E.M Forster who have carved their name into literary history with their modern views and intelligent philosophies. Bloomsbury is also known to have been one of the homes of Charles Dickens who established himself well within the area to the extent that Covent Garden and Bloomsbury is dotted with the legendary blue plaques denoting his momentary stay at various establishments. Gielgud Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue The area is noted, to this day for it’s proximity to creativity, in the thriving surrounding areas, filled with artistic types due to the ever growing theatrical community that is embedded in Leicester Square, it is easy to absorb the beauty and the lively buzz of the atmosphere, though if you should need to escape the animated centre of the capital for a moment of peace, the region is studded with pools of calm in the shape of gardens and land in the most unlikely of places If you should ever need a break.

West End Living It’s a complicated business summing up why anyone should live in the West End, not least because there are so many exciting things about Central London that to summarise them might take a few days short of forever. Covent Garden and the surrounding areas, such as Fitzrovia and Bloomsbury are a hub of elegance, history and entertainment. In the West End you don’t have to choose between visiting the beautiful and historic National Gallery, shopping on Oxford Street, or enjoying a walk in Hyde Park. It’s all possible in a day because so much of what the city has to offer will be right on your doorstep. The National Gallery in Trafalgar Square London’s Covent Garden represents a history of theatre, entertainment and literature. Bloomsbury was once home to the illustrious Bloomsbury Set, including writers Virginia Woolf and E.M Forster who have carved their name into literary history with their modern views and intelligent philosophies. Bloomsbury is also known to have been one of the homes of Charles Dickens who established himself well within the area to the extent that Covent Garden and Bloomsbury is dotted with the legendary blue plaques denoting his momentary stay at various establishments. Gielgud Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue The area is noted, to this day for it’s proximity to creativity, in the thriving surrounding areas, filled with artistic types due to the ever growing theatrical community that is embedded in Leicester Square, it is easy to absorb the beauty and the lively buzz of the atmosphere, though if you should need to escape the animated centre of the capital for a moment of peace, the region is studded with pools of calm in the shape of gardens and land in the most unlikely of places If you should ever need a break.

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