Covent Garden Taxis - Book a minicab online
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Covent Garden Useful Information
Covent Garden is one of the most famous places in London. Almost everyone in the United Kingdom has heard of it, thanks to its distinctive and unique character. Tourists in London often have it high on their list of places to visit, and local residents meet here to eat, drink, shop and socialise. It’s right in the heart of central London, just to the east of theatre land in the West End. It’s just a couple of minutes walk from Soho and Leicester Square, which are also popular tourism spots. They’re home to some of the biggest shows, the trendiest bars and the best entertainment; W2 taxis in Covent Garden are well acquainted with these streets.
There are so many great things about Covent Garden. In its centre is a paved square surrounded by boutiques, shops and quaint cafes, with a market next to it. Licenced street performers are usually playing here, gathering a crowd to watch their talents. To get a spot here on the Piazza is very competitive; it’s one of the most sought after busking spots in the city. You could see anything from musicians to magicians, and dance troops to mime artists. It gives the area a very soulful and creative vibe.
One of the major attractions here is the Royal Opera House. The entrance is grand and majestic, showing how upmarket this place really is. Other elegant buildings found here include the London Transport Museum, St Paul’s Church and the Theatre Royal on Drury Lane. With the combination of grandeur and art, the Piazza (the main square in Covent Garden) is bursting with character. If you’re only in London for a short time, it’s definitely worth a visit.
People still flock here to the market, especially the fashionable section called Apple Market. It’s always bustling during the daytime, with a combination of new visitors and local residents. It’s as popular as the market on Portabello Road, or Borough Market in London Bridge. If this is your type of thing, don’t miss it! You might want to book a Covent Garden cab in W2 to carry all your shopping home.
Covent Garden also has a great night life. It has quite a different feel to the day time, with music sneaking out of various bars, pubs and clubs that are dotted around the district. There are more than 60, so you won’t be short of places to get a drink. The busiest time is at the weekend, when all the revellers come out to spend their wages; drink prices can be quite high in central London so it’s easy to get through your money.
If you’d rather get public transport than one of the minicabs Covent Garden has to offer, there are several bus and tube stops just a short walk away. The Piccadilly Line runs to Covent Garden and Leicester Square, with Charing Cross and Holborn nearby.