While in the teens, you are at a truly enviable stage of life. That stage when you start realizing the better part of life but also become aware of the tough part of life. Again it is at that stage, the responsibilities slowly start dawning on you but you don’t need to take them all at once.
While in teen and college life, the best of life should be enjoyed before a bagful of responsibilities are tied on the neck. Travelling, sightseeing, visiting in groups, fun and leisure mandatorily should be a part of life. Take out some time and tour the best part of UK along with your friends.
A great feature of London is its plurality and multiculturalism. Because of this, it offers a great variety of cuisine, right from Bangladeshi restaurants of Brick Lane and the Chinese food restaurants of Chinatown. There are also Indian, Caribbean restaurants and snacks joints.
Not be missed is the world famous Hyde Park is one of the largest parks in London, and one of the Royal Parks of London, famous for its Speakers’ Corner.
The Royal Parks are lands originally owned by the monarchy of the United Kingdom for the recreation purpose of the royal family. They are part of the hereditary possessions of The Crown. As of today most of the crown possessions is for public usage.
The Hyde Park is one of England’s most Iconic Parks and till date remains the Symbol of British cultural and historical legacy. It is the hub of political demonstrations, shows and concerts, meetings and of course strolls and family visits. It was and is remains the epicenter of tourist attraction from all across the world.
As far as music is concerned, London has numerous venues for rock and pop concerts, including large arenas such as Earls Court, Wembley Arena and the O2 Arena, as well as many mid-sized venues, such as Brixton Academy, the Hammersmith Apollo and the Shepherd’s Bush Empire. A multitude of music festivals, including the Wireless Festival, are held in London.
Bayswater is located in west inner London, inside the City of Westminster. It is a built-up district located 3 miles west-north-west of Charing Cross. It borders the northern side of Hyde Park . Bayswater has a population density of 17,500 per square kilometre.
Bayswater is one of London’s most cosmopolitan areas. It has a diverse local population which consists apart from a Native English, Arab ethnicity, Greek community roots, Brazilian community and people from USA. The location is also known for its hotel concentration
Some of the places of interest in Bayswater would be – Whiteleys Shopping Centre, Marble Arch, Hyde Park, St Sophia’s Cathedral, Opus Dei UK headquarters.