Pimlico is a relatively small part of central London, located within the borough of Westminster. At first glance, it’s architectural mix of Regency houses and garden squares may make it seem like a smaller version of its neighbour to the north, Belgravia, but Pimlico has a flavour all of its own.
Bordered by the aforementioned Belgravia to the north and the Thames to the south, Pimlico benefits not only from a serene and village like atmosphere but also from being located within easy walking distance of some of the most popular attractions in London.
Sloane Square, for example, is just a short trip away. This means you could stroll to either some of the most achingly fashionable up-market boutiques in the capital, or else visit the Royal Court Theatre for a taste of cutting edge drama. Also close at hand is the imposing edifice of Buckingham Palace, the London residence of the royal family, where it is possible to witness the pomp and ceremony of the changing of the guard several times a week throughout the year.
Even closer to Pimlico itself is the Tate Britain gallery. This art gallery is home to a vast collection of work from across the centuries, taking in both classic artworks and more modern offerings. Taking it all in will require more than two hours and a good deal of stamina, but the good news is that it’s free to enter, and it also features an excellent café where you can stop to refresh yourself and take a rest. A visit to Tate Britain is particularly a priority if you’re a fan of the artist Turner, as the gallery is home to just about the largest and most impressive collection of his work anywhere in the world.
In terms of transport, for those who want to travel further than a simple stroll along the bank of the Thames to the Palace of Westminster or through St James Park to Trafalgar Square, Pimlico is well served. From Pimlico tube station it’s possible to travel on the Victoria line, whilst Victoria station, a major transport hub in its own right, also offers access to the Circle and District lines. If you feel like sampling a more unusual mode of transport, on the other hand, then head for Millbank Millennium Pier. From here, you’ll be able to catch a riverboat running to either Waterloo or Southwark.
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