Covent Garden

Covent Garden is located in the West End, London’s main theater and entertainment district. The district is very popular with tourists, especially those with a passion for culture. In Covent Garden you will find theatres, cozy restaurants, special shops and a number of museums such as the London Transport Museum, the British Museum, the National Gallery and The House of Minalima.

Royal Opera House

the Royal Opera House is one of the leading opera houses in the world. The magnificent building is used by, among others, the Royal Ballet and the Royal Opera, two very renowned companies.

Covent Garden market

The Covent Garden market is located in the middle of Covent Garden. This is a covered market that started as a fruit and vegetable market. Today it is a major tourist attraction. What is special about Covent Garden Market is that performances are given by street artists every day. Before these artists are allowed to perform, they must first do an audition.

The Seven Dials

right in the heart of London you will find the Seven Dials, a hidden area where the pace is much slower and where you will find more than 90 shops. The name comes from the 7 streets that lead to the roundabout Seven Dials.

how do you get there?

underground stations Leicester Square and Covent Garden.

Covent Garden underground station is located near the Covent Garden market.
the Seven Dials can be reached by getting off at Leicester Square underground station and then walking via Cranbourn Street and Monmouth Street to the Seven Dials.


the london pass

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