Moving to London is a dream come true when you realize that some of the world’s greatest treasures are right in your backyard. Yesterday, I started chronicling the history of one such treasure that is among the most beloved of structures in London, St. Pancras (see “Moving to London – The Preservation of St. Pancras (Part 1)”). Whatever neighborhood your London Relocation agent takes you to search for London apartment rentals, you’ll likely end up close to a tube station that can ultimately connect you to Kings Cross, a major hub of Underground and Overground rail transport. Well, Kings Cross is right next door to St. Pancras, so you can access its international rail station for high-speed UK trains or the Eurostar to Paris via a pedway. This classy and enormous brick rail station houses dozens upon dozens of places to eat, drink, and shop. I, however, simply love to visit St. Pancras for its atmospheric Renaissance Hotel. [read more]
Previously on the London Blog
- Watch Out Americans Because The British Work Style Will Blow Your Mind!
- All You Need To Know About The Sharing Economy Of London
- 7 Peculiar Yet Merry Things To Do On Your Night Out In London
- Top 7 #London Locations To Be The Gem Of Any Instagram Feed!
- How Does One Spend Less While Living In London Without Sacrificing The Lifestyle?