There’s no mistaking the high quality of life that reverberates round the homes of Kensington. An affluent and culturally-rich area next-door to the centre of London, Kensington is home to some of the city’s best museums and is a haven for shopaholics.
Food & Drink
There are plenty of places to eat and indulge in this luxurious area, both near the parks or the museums. Or, if you’re feeling particularly cultural, you could find a bite to eat after a concert at the Royal Albert Hall:
Kensington is a shopper’s paradise, filled with a multitude of streets, alleys and markets brimming with life – from Portobello Road to the stately department stores of nearby Knightsbridge:
Head north-east for a stroll in Kensington Gardens, one of London’s eight Royal Parks, where highlights include the Albert Memorial, Serpentine Gallery and the Italian gardens: