Secret Day Out in London While Staying At Russell Square Hotels
The capital city of London is renowned among tourists for its historic and cultural fascinations. Several travellers have visited London more than once and explored popular attractions. But it is not yet over for them. There is a range of hidden attractions in the city that can be sometimes hard to find for the visitors.
If you are planning a vacation in the heart of the capital, you can delve into a number of secret attractions near Russell Square tube station. Discover the secret side of London by staying at luxury or cheap hotels in Russell Square. From underground amphitheatre to hidden room in the National Gallery, you can uncover the secret by staying at these top most hotels.
Have a look at the best-hidden highlights in Central London:
Start The Day With London Stone And Roman Amphitheatre
Spend your morning by exploring the little known London Stone at 111 Cannon Street. A Portland stone and iron grille surrounds this historic stone in the financial centre of the city. Also known as the ‘Stone of Brutus’, it is the remains of an old stone circle in Ludgate Hill. Discover the famous art collection of the City of London Corporation at Guildhall Art Gallery and step into the ruins of a Roman Amphitheatre in its basement. It is a splendid space to explore in the city where once crowds gathered to see public executions and wild animal fights.
Lunch At The National Gallery
Visit the National Gallery Café in Trafalgar Square and enjoy a good quality homemade food. You will get a sumptuous modern European menu under a cosmopolitan café culture. Pop across the café between 2 pm and 5.30 pm on Wednesdays to the National Gallery. Have a look around the secret gallery at Room A, usually closed for the public. It is a room full of semi-hidden treasures like canvas paintings and artefacts.
Go On Candlelit Tours And Sip Few Quirky Cocktails In The Evening
Make your evenings more spectacular with a candlelit tour at either Dennis Servers’ House or Sir John Soane’s Museum. Dennis Servers’ House is open on all Mondays while Sir John Soane’s Museum can be visited on first Tuesday of every month. End the day with some quirky cocktails and wine at the nearby Callooh Callay bar in Rivington Street.
So, experience the secret side of London by booking an accommodation at Russell Square hotels.
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