Top 10 Neighborhoods in West London

Neighborhoods In West London

Top 10 Neighborhoods in West London

Here at Amy’s Escorts London, we always have a great time when we’re out and about in the part of the city that we call home. Thus, we decided to share our knowledge with all of our readers. We’ve put together a collection of the top 10 neighborhoods in the western part of the city. From elite shopping destinations to some of the best restaurants in the world, West London has it all! You can take one of the West London escorts along with you when you visit one of these destinations, and they will make sure that you have a gala time. So, without further ado, let us explore each neighborhood and all that it has to offer.

  1. Soho is the place that all the party hoppers of London head to in the evening. Visit our post where we’ve detailed all that this location has to offer! This is the perfect place to explore your wild side. Take one of the young escorts London with you to further enhance your experience!
  2. Knightsbridge and its charms are enough to attract the tourist crowd as well as the moneyed class of this city! From Harrods to Harvey Nic, you have a lot of options to shop till you drop. Then, you can have a date with one of the hot Brazilian escorts London in one of the ritzy restaurants here.
  3. Notting Hill is known to cinephiles as the location of the eponymous romantic classic featuring Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts. Here, you can always find lovers of the film who make a pilgrimage here searching for places where the motion picture was filmed. For the rest of us, this part of the city has so much to offer! Millions of people visit this area at the time of the Notting Hill Carnival, which is one of the top street parties in Europe. This is the perfect chance for you to sway to the beats of Calypso music along with other revelers! During the rest of the year, the place remains a choc-a-block with people who come to visit its many bookshops, restaurants, and art galleries. The weekends here are also pretty special! Every Sunday, there is a street market in Portobello Road where you can always find good bargains if you can keep an eye out for them.
  1. Covent Garden has a lot to offer the casual visitor. There’s the iconic Royal Opera House for the opera aficionados. We’d like to give you one pro tip for this location- book well in advance as there’s always a last-minute throng of people looking for tickets. For the people who love automobiles, the London Transport Museum is the place to be! Even if you are not an auto enthusiast, you will be blown away by its collection of artifacts. The sights and sounds of the Covent Garden market are also not to be missed!
  2. Mayfair has become one of London’s most fashionable destinations. Some of the world’s most prestigious retail brands call Mayfair their home. All the fashionistas of the city come here to check the latest trends in fashion. The area has an inspiring mix of niche and luxury brands to give you the ultimate shopping experience. Then there are the shops that deal with the arts and antiques. You can lose sight of time and yourself when you are exploring their treasures. One of the to-do experiences here is a full meal at Scott’s, which is one of the favorites of the culinary enthusiasts of this city. Then, you can spend some time at one of the quaint coffee shops here, such as the Mount Street Deli, which is the favorite evening haunt of the locals. Most coffee shops are close to the art galleries in the area and provide a rich cultural experience to visitors.
  3. Kensington is a cultural destination of some renown. It is also known for the sheer amount of options that if offers high-end shoppers. The Kensington High Street, true to its name, is home to some of the most exclusive global brands. Lovers of art and history can head to Exhibition Road, and visit the Natural History Museum. It will take you quite a lot of time to cover all the exhibits here. The other attractions here include the Kensington Palace and the Royal Albert Hall.
  4. Chinatown, as the name suggestsis the place where most of the Chinese population of the city resides. This is the place to go when you’ve got a craving for authentic Chinese cuisine at the most affordable prices. Here, you can also experience the wonders of the traditional healing methods of China. These can prove to be useful, but only if you can find a genuine practitioner. There are a lot of scamsters around in this place, so you need to be careful. In the small shops here, you can shop for the ingredients that make Chinese food stand out from the crowd. In the evening, this place has an energy of its own!
  5. Chelsea is known as one of the most exclusive localities of West London, apart from sharing its name with a football club owned by a Russian billionaire. Most of the American expatriates in the city reside here. The Kings Road area is the playground of the uber-rich, and they can be seen here every evening.
  6. Westminster is a place of striking contrasts. Herein lies the British Parliament, which is the spiritual home of democracy for many people. Quite close to the Houses of Parliament is the Buckingham Palace, that enduring relic of a long-gone feudal age. Tourists always throng the palace to have a look at the residence of the royal family. If you are lucky, then you may get to spot the members of the royal family, and even the Queen of England!
  7. Earls Court, as its name suggests, has quite a chequered history. However, it is also a modern locality with a range of shopping options for all kinds of needs. It also has plenty of tony watering holes and places to eat out with the escorts in London.

 

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