Bond Street

Bond Street Guide

London’s world famous Bond Street

is considered one of the classiest, wealthiest, and upmarket destinations in the entire world, not just the UK. With designer brands, eloquent stores and shops, upmarket cafes, Michelin star restaurants, luxury goods, jewellery, and stunning architecture it is without question a sight to behold and one of the classiest locations in the world. Founded back in 1700, it has pretty much always been a destination of choice for the wealthiest of individuals in the country. Just to give you an idea of how upmarket this location is, former residents include admiral Horatio Nelson, lady Emma Hamilton, and a whole host of other poets and world renowned authors. To this day, Bond Street is a hot bed for celebrities and important figures.

 

For attractions in and around the area there is the Royal institution of Great Britain, which is considered one of the most important science institutions on the planet and has been home to some of the greatest minds to ever grace the planet. There is the David Zwirner gallery, the pace gallery, the Handel House museum, and the Colnaghi gallery to name just a few more of the treats on offer here.

 

As far as transport is concerned, Bond Street Tube station runs on the central line, and there are also numerous buses operating on routes including: 83, 207, 427, E2, E7, E8, N11, and N207.

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