A beautiful escape from the city below, a highlight of Primrose Hill is the stunning view of London’s skyline, illuminated at night by the bright lights of the City. Quaint café sit neatly alongside bars and independent galleries in one of London’s most diverse areas.
Restaurants and cafés
Camden Town is close with an extensive array of independent shops, Camden Market and street food venues. Primrose Hill itself its renowned for its small cafés and eateries, especially along Regent’s Park Road and Gloucester Avenue:
Pubs and bars
Camden is no stranger to an evening out with one of the densest collection of bars and clubs in London, with music a feature whether you’re in a new, independent space or an established venue:
Things to do
From the bars your night can easily go on with a range of nightclubs to suit a variety of tastes, while for those seeking a more chilled day there are many relaxing experiences on offer:
Regent’s park was bought from Eton College in 1841, “In order to extend the parkland available to the poor people of North London for open-air recreation” (Royal Parks). The area has since developed into the charming centre of North London, from where you can easily access Maida Vale and Little Venice to the West: