It’s quite simply impossible to consider Belgravia without realising you’re dealing with the kind of opulence and luxury which has made London a by-word for high-end living the world over. It is located within the exclusive enclave of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and has as its neighbours, nothing less impressive than Buckingham Palace to the east and Hyde Park to the north.
Just a quick stroll around the streets of Belgravia is all that’s needed to realise that this is, quite simply, one of the wealthiest residential areas in the world. Immaculately kept garden squares such as Eaton Square and Belgrave Square are surrounded by imposing white stucco architecture of a kind which has remained largely unchanged since it was first built around the beginning of the 19th century. The peace and quiet of the streets is in marked contrast with the hustle and bustle of wider London, which is all merely minutes away, and it is this contrast which makes a visit to Belgravia, even for those of us not fortunate enough to be able to afford to live there, such a memorable experience.
If high end shopping or eating are your idea of a good time then you really couldn’t find anywhere better than Belgravia. The shopping district of Knightsbridge, home to world famous department store Harrods, is right next door, whilst the bars and restaurants of Sloane Square offer upmarket dining and drinking which is the envy of the world. Within Belgravia itself, meanwhile, you’ll find exclusive fashion and design houses such as Philip Treacy and Jenny Packham, whilst Pimlico Road is famed as the home of unique and distinctive antique and furniture retailers. It’s not all about money and luxury, however, since Sloane Square is also home to the world famous Royal Court Theatre, a cultural institution with an enviable track record for unearthing and showcasing some of the most innovative and effective drama of the last 100 years.
The central location of Belgravia also makes it an excellent base from which to explore slightly further afield. The museums of South Kensington – the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum – are all within easy travelling distance, as is Buckingham Palace and the Albert Hall. Belgravia itself is served by three tube stations, Sloane Square, Hyde Park Corner and Knightsbridge, whilst nearby Victoria Station serves as a major transport hub for both Underground and overground trains as well as coaches and busses from around the world.
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