Marylebone


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Marylebone Sherlock Holmes

 
 

The mysteries of the legendary Sherlock Holmes – the greatest detective who ever lived – permeate Marylebone and Baker Street, but much more goes on in this corner of north-west London, from relaxing spa trips to exciting action at the cricket.

 

 


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Food and drink
Food and drink

Brasseries such as Fischers (a recent celebrity hangout) to cafés such as the Orrery epicerie welcome you with authenticity and a warm atmosphere:

 

 


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Culture and events

Beyond Sherlock there is a plethora of cultural activities for visitors to feast on, from the Art Deco-designed Wigmore Hall to more theatrical pursuits:

 

 

 

 


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Shopping

The upmarket high street is full of boutique shops in a central location in the city: chocolate, shoes and designer clothing are highlights, with a colorful charm with something for everyone:

 

 

 


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Days out

Perfect for business travelers who are looking for somewhere to disconnect thanks to Regent’s Park, so take a stroll around, enjoy a picnic in summer or just go for a run. You can go for a drink in one of the London’s traditional pubs or treat yourself in one of the area’s many spas:

 

 

 

 


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