One of the most authentic traditional English cultures around the world were The British. London was mostly described as Cultural Capital all over the world.
Hyde Park & Sunrise
In the middle of green, there comes the dawn of light glazed on the glassy surface on the water of Serpentine Lake in Hyde Park, one of the most wonderful sceneries one could have ever imagined. The first ones of the day pick up their coffee at Serpentine Lido Café while watching swans glide by the lake, still one of the best ways to start the mornings at London.
First meal at Borough Market
One of the oldest and London’s premier food market which was constructed in 1786. Begin your day with world famous Borough Market breakfast. An innovative setting filled with quality seasonal, local food ranging from fresh fruits and vegetables to hundreds of varieties of bread, fresh cheese, juicy meats and some of its own speciality goods. The towered halls and corridors were covered booths and street food stalls, which surrounded by cafés and restaurants. Colombian Coffee Company’s latte and Artisan Foods’s pastry to go or dine in for a full English or vegetarian cooked food at Roast make you stay at London. These markets open daily from 10 am (8 am onwards on Saturdays). Weekends are the busiest time of the market.
Modern Art at Tate Modern
In a striking gallery at the former Bankside Power Station, Tate Modern there lies one of the most divine forms of art. These admiring permanent art collections tickets are free. Culture vultures can check out the enticing stores and the refuel after seeing an art of vast Turbine Hall. The panorama view along with Thames River offered by Level 6 Kitchen and Bar of Millennium Bridge to St Paul’s Cathedral and the view of London City mesmerises people mind.
Soho’s Alfresco Coffee
Major part of London experiencing must include watching the world go by while having the purest form of Coffee Alfresco in Soho. Soho was once a red-light district but now it has an energetic neighbourhood which includes cosmopolitan café and bars. Some of the famous bars at soho were Bar Italia which was built on 1949, which filled which is well known for its sidewalk/outdoor coffee tables and open up until late nights while Italy soccer team plays. Bar Termini an Italian charmer known for its espresso and cock tails especially Negroni. Maison Bertaux originated on 1871 which is world famous for its coffee and French cakes.
Sundays on Columbia Road side Flower Market
Columbia Road Flower Market in East London has stunning blossoms. This open-air Sunday morning event draws enthusiastic people looking to buy flowers and plants (8am to 3pm). Cute stores dot the Victorian sidewalk and associated laneways of Columbia Road, selling attractive homewares, apparel, garden items, and antique discoveries. Arrive early to avoid the throng, or stop by about 1pm to shop for deals as the market closes. After that, reserve a table at Campania for some Southern Italian fare.
Portobello Road Antiques
Portobello Road Market, which dates from the nineteenth century, is one of London’s oldest marketplaces, offering glass, silver, ceramics, books, souvenirs, and curios. Saturday is the busiest day for antiques and vintage treasures, with dealers’ booths, arcades, and stores strewn over the top end of the street as you go down from Notting Hill station, near treasure trove store Alice’s. Friday is also enjoyable, but less busy. Preloved clothes are the highlight on Sundays down near the Westway flyover. Food vendors fill the centre of the market, while bric-a-brac and a quirky antiques shop can be found towards the bottom of Golborne Road, Les Couilles du Chien.
Notting Hill’s Pub Lunch
Majority peoples knows that Notting hills are famous for its endearing carnivals, antique shops and colourful terrace houses, but the lunches at pubs were also one of the best lunches to experience at London. Savouring a relaxing pub meal here with friends, whether indoors at a snug table or outdoors in a sunny garden, is right up there with the greatest London experiences. Steaks, fish and chips, oysters, pies, and sticky toffee puddings come to mind. The Westbourne, The Cow, and Walmer Castle are among the best pubs in Notting Hill, but for magnificent Sunday roasts, head to neighbouring Kensington’s The Windsor Castle. Take a trip along Kensington Church Street, near the Notting Hill Gate Tube station, to the flower-adorned Churchill Arms.
South Bank Sunset Cocktails
One of the major iconic moments in London can be said as spending sunset at the southern bank near Waterloo. Take in the sparkling river and city skyline, then unwind in the Royal Festival Hall’s Skylon restaurant, which combines contemporary British cuisine with modernist architecture and 50s-style embellishments. It’s perfect for a pre-concert snack or a three-course supper. Take a seat at Skylon’s spectacular cocktail bar, where floor-to-ceiling windows surround river vistas that may be celebrated with a Skylon Martini. Whether it’s shaken or stirred?