My Favourite Places to go in London


Considering I spend the majority of my time in London at the moment, I thought I’d share with you my favourite places that I love to go. To be honest, I love to walk in London and would rather do that than jump in a taxi or on the tube. Especially when the weathers nice, I love to discover new places and short cuts which I never knew existed. 
Icco Pizzaria
First on my list of course! I swear every time I meet new people, I have to fill them in on this insane pizzaria located just behind Oxford Street. I actually picked up an email last week which read ‘shall we meet in that pizza place you was talking about?’ Story of my life! If you’re in London, you have to stop by and grab a pizza. They literally start from about £3/£4 and are huge! If you go, please let me know as it will literally make my day! :)
Soho
Do you ever go somewhere and just feel so comfortable and relaxed? When I was 16, I started college in London’s Fashion Retail Academy located in Soho. I graduated when I was 18 and I can honestly say they were the best 2 years of my life. I would do absolutely anything to be back there right now. Me and the girls spent 2 years walking around Soho together doing assignments and group tasks so to me, it feels like my second home. If you’re not from this area, then Soho is located in Central London. Oxford Street, Tottenham Court Road and Goodge Street are all based in Soho.
Shoreditch
The place where you just feel good vibes. Shoreditch is so cool & trendy! I actually love Shoreditch as there’s so many unique things to do. Box Park being one of them. The place is located above Shoreditch High Street Station where you’ll find shops, restaurants, bars and many other stalls. I feel like in Shoreditch, you can discover some really hidden places which you never knew existed.

Covent Garden
There’s always so much going on in Covent Garden including stand up performers, bars and shops. The place is heaving with people, especially at the weekend. It’s somewhere I would come a lot when I was younger with my family so it kind of brings back childhood memories. Close to Covent Garden is Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square which also have lots of things to do. They’re only short walks from each other so you can spend a few hours on one place before going onto the next.

O2 Arena, North Greenwich
When I was a teenager, I use to love going to concerts at the O2. I still do, but when I was 14 through to 18, I would be going every couple of months. Yet again I feel like this just brings back my childhood. The O2 has so many restaurants inside like you wouldn’t believe! Talk about being spoilt for choice. Sometimes it’s nice to go somewhere in London where it’s a bit more chilled out than central.

I don’t know what I’d do without London being as close as it is. I feel like there’s so much going on, literally like a world of it’s own. When you spend time walking around London, you’ll see that it’s not so big and you’re literally a couple of minutes in between each tube station. If you explore anywhere new in London, then drop me a tweet and let know all about it :)

Love Robyn xx

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