One of the exclusive districts in the western regions of the grand capital of London, Knightsbridge is a kaleidoscope of possibilities. Running alongside the southern areas of the London’s green lung, Hyde Park, this elite road moves all the way into the Westminster City and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
With cultural roots from the 17th century, the hamlet of Knightsbridge saw the culture of the Far East with the exhibitions it hosted on the Japanese culture, and since then it has not looked back. Knightsbridge now is cultural centre point, which branches out in shopping and recreational attractions, and known to host some of the richest people’s residences.
In terms of culture, Knightsbridge offers a number of attractions for you to indulge at leisure. With Cadogan Hall that holds performances of various genres to please all types of music lovers, along with the Royal Albert Hall, another venue for the same purpose. Other attractions include the set of museums that are scattered close to one another, which include the likes of the Science Museum, the Natural History Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum, as well as the Hyde Park, the Serpentine Gallery and Apsley House.
In terms of shopping destinations, Knightsbridge galore with options, and the most famous being Harrods, the largest department store in Europe. Others include the likes of fashion boutiques such as Bonhams, and shoe heaven with Jimmy Choo and Manolo Blahnik.
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