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The apartment is located in the heart of Canonbury, the prestigious part of Islington close to all local amenities.
It is off the main streets in a picturesque traditional square.
Within 5-10 minute walk or less is a plethora of restaurants, bars, pubs, shops and supermarkets.
All of the following attractions are accessible within 5-15 minutes
• Hen and Chickens theatre – http://www.thehenandchickenstheatrebar.co.uk/
• Little Angel Theatre (for children) http://www.littleangeltheatre.com/lat/
• Islington Business Design Centre – conference centre – http://www.businessdesigncentre.co.uk/
• Angel / Upper Street – trendy hip area with bars and shops – http://www.angelislington.net/
• Chapel Market – cool restaurants and bars – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chapel_Market
• Emirates stadium – home to Arsenal football team http://www.arsenal.com/emirates-stadium
Tourist attractions are accessible within 15-30 minutes:
• Buckingham Palace – http://www.royal.gov.uk/TheRoyalResidences/BuckinghamPalace/BuckinghamPalace.aspx
• Hyde Park http://www.royalparks.org.uk/parks/hyde_park/
• Oxford Street – no.1 place for shopping – http://www.oxfordstreet.co.uk/
• Leicester Square – top entertainment hub http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leicester_Square
• Covent Garden – theatres, shopping, bars and restaurants http://www.coventgardenlife.com/
• Stratford – home of the new Olympic stadium http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_Summer_Olympics
• British Library – free tourist attraction and home to some of the oldest books in the world http://www.bl.uk/ (direct bus route no 30)
• Baker St (home to Madame Tussauds) http://www.madametussauds.com/London/
• Regents Park http://www.royalparks.org.uk/parks/regents_park/
• Canary Wharf – London’s tallest tower and new financial hub with a plethora or shops http://www.mycanarywharf.com/
• The South Bank – for the London Eye, Royal Festival Hall, National Theatre (direct bus no 4)
• Waterloo – River thames, IMAX Cinema
• St. Paul’s Cathedral and the Bank of England (direct bus)
For foodies – this is a must! It’s only open to the public on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The food stalls are plentiful and varied boasting use of fresh and local produce.
Home to many international brands such as Neal’s Remedies and local farmers.
Catch the tube from Highbury & Islington to Euston (2 stops) – walk across the platform to the Northern line (Bank Branch) for 5 stops to London Bridge.
Borough market is a short walk and you’ll be glad you went for sure!
Open every day located at the Angel end of Upper Street. This is a daily market, more for your everday items and used regularly by locals.
Jump on the bus for about 5-8 minutes from Upper Street – just after Sadler’s Wells theatre.
More closed market with shops and eateries than a traditional market