One of the tourist centers of the capital of England, in which representations of art are carried out daily on the streets, impresses with its refurbished and professionally decorated buildings.
Living In Covent Garden
One of the tourist centers of the capital of England, in which representations of art are carried out daily on the streets, impresses with its refurbished and professionally decorated buildings. Located in the Drury Lane, West End and Charing Cross neighbourhood, the Covent Garden district is hosting historical buildings populated by museums, theatres and shopping centers, daily visited by locals and tourists. The residential area is based on a mixture of Art Nouveau, New England style buildings and stylish houses with modern and contemporary office buildings.
Covent Garden flats are spacious and sun-filled, as all buildings in this area are. Due its exceptional positioning, the district attracted the attention of real estate developers who wanted to erect here an area of offices and hotels. This would involve the demolition of many of the historic buildings, thus the public opinion stopped this action and all these buildings were restored. Therefore, the area turned into a powerful and commercial place, visited by millions of tourists yearly. Covent Garden Estate agents show the zone as one of the populated commercial and artistic areas of London, which raised the Covent Garden property value.
Sights and Attractions
Covent Garden is one of the sights of London that attracts tourists like a magnet, especially on weekends and in summer. Being famous for its artistic street performers, the shops, pubs, outdoor cafes, restaurants and stalls are daily occupied at their maximum capacity. The local flower market with its panoramic glass roofs, situated near the London Transport Museum is one of the local attractions, along with Royal Opera in London and its theatres. The St. Paul Church is dominating the area with its majestic arcades, been erected in the first public square in London place. London Transport Museum is hosted in a breathtaking Victorian building, being one of the distinguished and well-kept Covent Garden properties.