South Kensington is located a little to the west of the centre of London, and is situated in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. It’s the perfect place to choose if you want to sample a little bit of everything that draws millions of visitors to London every year. Without making any more effort than simply strolling around South Kensington on foot it’s possible to sample some of the city’s – and indeed the world’s – best loved museums, shops and parkland.
The fact that the closest neighbours of South Kensington are the affluent areas of Chelsea and Knightsbridge is reflected in the upmarket feel of the area, and in architecture which is a blend of mansion blocks and garden squares, but South Kensington combines this wealth with a vibrant and cosmopolitan atmosphere. The area is home to communities of incomers from all over the world and, in particular, a large and thriving French community. Indeed, the number of South Kensington residents originally hailing from France is so high that it is sometimes referred to, only slightly tongue in cheek, as the 21st arrondissement of Paris.
This Francophile influence is reflected in the presence of the French consulate, a large French secondary school and the Institut Français, home to a French cinema. South Kensington is also, according to people who live there, the place in London where you can buy the best croissants.
In terms of shopping, South Kensington is also home to Harrods and Harvey Nichols, two of the most iconic department stores in the UK, whilst Fulham Road, Brompton Road and Bute Street are home to smaller, independent retailers. Foodies, on the other hand, will be delighted by the presence of a farmers market which takes place every Saturday on Bute Street, and by the Whole Foods market on Kensington High Street.
In terms of culture and history, South Kensington could hardly be better served. Exhibition Road is home to three of the greatest museums in the world, the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum. Each one of these institutions is large and eclectic enough to spend more than a day exploring, and the fact that they are all just a short stroll from each other makes this one of the most fascinating corners of the entire city.
Walk a little further along Exhibition road and you’ll find another of the most appealing aspects of South Kensington – the wide open green space of Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, two of the largest and most well equipped open spaces in London.
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