The Tinseltown of London, where visitors can spend their time watching plays, musicals, shows, and films. There are over 40 theatres dotted around the area, including the famous Palladium, but along the way call at any West End restaurants, from high-end to casual dining.
In theatreland, feast at some of London’s greats while also frequenting much-loved chains in the play-poster-lined St Martin’s Lane. There are pre and post-theatre dining a-plenty, restaurants with cabaret, music or live entertainment, and afternoon teas by the potful.
All the world really is a stage with the variety of cuisines at restaurants in West End. Sample British dishes at their finest, hearty pub grub, Chinatown’s best, Italian, French and more before heading to Mamma Mia.
In the surrounding area, stop by Oxford or Regent Street for shopping, get touristy in Leicester Square or experience some culture while exploring museums and galleries like The National Gallery and London Transport Museum. With major stations nearby, including Covent Garden and Piccadilly Circus, getting around is easy.