Just the thought of spending a holiday in London is a thrilling experience because of the myriad of places to visit and things to do. The city is home to some of the most iconic attractions and landmarks, making it one of the most captivating holiday spots on the planet.
Those visiting the city on a budget and wanting to economise on expenses can lookout for any of the London hotels packages.
These are available at most boutique properties like the Montcalm at the brewery hotel among other hotel chains.
Guests staying at the Montcalm Hotel Shoreditch and interested in shopping in central London can check out some of the most famous streets in the town like:
Oxford Street: Perhaps the most recognised and popular shopping address on the planet, Oxford Street is known for its high-end retail venues. It is the focal point of shopping in the capital and houses more than 300 stores and luxury boutiques. Whether you are looking for Dior or Chanel, Gucci to Prada, you can expect to find the biggest names and brands represented in the area. When it comes to high-end shopping in London, there is no location better than Oxford Street.
Piccadilly: Despite its frequent comparison to Times Square in the Big Apple, Piccadilly holds its own in the capital. Apart from being one of the busiest and liveliest spots in the city, it is a great spot for photography in London. There are loads of Instagram locations to shoot and upload on all your social media sites. Carry a high-quality camera and capture some stunning images when visiting Piccadilly Street.
Brick Lane: While the area has undergone tremendous changes over the decades it has always retained its reputation for its fine culinary fare. It has always been famous as the spot to head to for the best of South Asian cuisine specifically Bangladeshi and Indian food. Things have changed in the area as it has become popular with hipsters that hang out in the area at the many alternative shopping venues. From some of the quirkiest bars to retro shopping and vegan dining spots line the area.
Carnaby Street: If you want to know what the swinging 60s must have felt like in London, head along to Carnaby Street. During the summer of love and with hippies all around Carnaby Street was the location to hang out and just chill. While the retro haircuts and bellbottoms may have disappeared, the area still attracts fashion trendsetters, cosy live performance spots and quirky cafes. A happening and fun place to hang out in the city.
Abbey Road: This street has become synonymous with the Beatles and that iconic photograph of them crossing the street on their album cover. When they decided to shoot the cover for their music album outdoors, they were aiming at cost-cutting. In the process, they immortalised the album cover and have left a legacy that will last forever. When in the area try to recreate the classic photograph with family or friends or just take a selfie at the pedestrian crossing.