London is, in our humble opinion, the best multicultural city in the world. And here are five reasons why.
Royal Opera House
Firstly, the Royal Opera House is one of London’s most iconic landmarks featuring the Paul Hamlyn Champagne Bar. The hall over which this stunning restaurant and champagne bar looks, was named in honour of publisher Paul Hamlyn. After his foundation donated a generous £10m to the Royal Opera House.
Apart from if you’re a big fan of opera or ballet or not the Paul Hamlyn Champagne Bar is worth visiting. A unique collaboration with Ruinart Champagne. Located on the top floor of the Royal Opera House and overlooking the Paul Hamlyn Hall is the Amphitheatre level.
Secondly,Somerset House is London’s working arts centre built on historic foundations around one of the most beautiful courtyards in Europe.
Moreover, Skate at Somerset House officially opens its doors on November 13. This is truly one of London’s favourite winter traditions.
The Savoy Hotel
Thirdly, The Savoy Hotel. This is a luxury hotel located in the Strand in the City of Westminster in central London. Importantly, built by the impresario Richard D’Oyly Carte,The Savoy Hotel opened on August 6, 1889.
Afternoon Tea at the Savoy London is a long-standing tradition. Guests can choose from a range of teas. Served with finger sandwiches, homemade scones with clotted cream & jam and seasonal cakes and pastries. This mouth-watering selection is all created by The Savoy’s Executive Pastry Chef, Daniel Paerse and his team. Make this a bucket-list must to fill your taste buds with sublime deliciousness.
Fourthly,Tate Modern is a jewel in the crown of London’s modern art galleries. And holds the country’s collection of modern art from 1900 to the present day. With 5.7 million visitors it is in the top ten most visited museums and galleries worldwide.
Above all, the collection contains masterpieces of international and British modern art. These include Picasso’s “The Three Dancers” and Dali’s “Autumnal Cannibalism”. Tate Modern is a one stop shop for modern art lovers.
After that, we end our voyage of London at Borough Market. The market is home to a host of exceptional cuisines.
Most importantly, many of the market’s stallholders are producers like the farmer who reared the animal. Other examples include the fishermen who caught the fish. And the bakers who baked the bread. Above all, the market is a must for all food lovers.
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