Notting Hill

Notting Hill is one of the most interesting London areas. From neighborhood classics to hidden side streets. There’s something to discover every time. The area is served by a number of tube stations, including Notting Hill Gate in the south and Westbourne Park and Ladbroke Grove in the north.

Portobello Road Market

The most popular thing you can’t miss in Notting Hill is Portobello Road Market. The world’s largest antiques market, it has everything from vintage maps to your grandpa’s spectacles. There are over 1,000 dealers selling their goods here. The market makes Portobello Road one of London’s most beloved streets.

The most popular thing you can’t miss in Notting Hill is Portobello Road Market. The world’s largest antiques market, it has everything from vintage maps to your grandpa’s spectacles. There are over 1,000 dealers selling their goods here. The market makes Portobello Road one of London’s most beloved streets.
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St Lukes Mews

Notting Hill has some of the best mews in London. One of the most well-known is St Luke’s Mews, with its Instagram-worthy pink house, painted doors, and Notting Hill film fame. A lot of the mews are close to the best restaurants and cafes in the neighborhood. For example, E&O and Gail’s are classics, and Osteria Basilico has great ambiance. One of the best concentrations of restaurants and cafes in Notting Hill is on Westbourne Grove.

Notting Hill has some of the best mews in London. One of the most well-known is St Luke’s Mews, with its Instagram-worthy pink house, painted doors, and Notting Hill film fame. A lot of the mews are close to the best restaurants and cafes in the neighborhood. For example, E&O and Gail’s are classics, and Osteria Basilico has great ambiance. One of the best concentrations of restaurants and cafes in Notting Hill is on Westbourne Grove.
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Travel Bookshop from the Movie Notting Hill

If you are a book lover then you can’t miss the bookshops. From Books for Cooks to The Notting Hill Bookshop and Lutyens & Rubinstein, the neighborhood has more good bookshops in a two-block radius than many areas of London have in total. The Notting Hill Bookshop is particularly popular, as it’s where the movie Notting Hill was filmed.

If you are a book lover then you can’t miss the bookshops. From Books for Cooks to The Notting Hill Bookshop and Lutyens & Rubinstein, the neighborhood has more good bookshops in a two-block radius than many areas of London have in total. The Notting Hill Bookshop is particularly popular, as it’s where the movie Notting Hill was filmed.
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The Walmer Castle

At the end of your Notting Hill tour, we would recommend you to go to some pubs. The Walmer Castle is a staple (it has great Thai food, too) and The Westbourne guarantees a good night out. And if you want a pub food, then go to The Oak or The Cow.

At the end of your Notting Hill tour, we would recommend you to go to some pubs. The Walmer Castle is a staple (it has great Thai food, too) and The Westbourne guarantees a good night out. And if you want a pub food, then go to The Oak or The Cow.
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Biscuiteers Boutique

This shrine to confectionery creates every conceivable type of sweet treat, from elaborately iced cakes and personalized chocolates to an incredible selection of lavishly decorated biscuits. Not only is Biscuiteers the perfect place to pick up a special gift, but they also offer afternoon tea, as well as the Biscuiteers School of Icing, where you can learn to create your own deliciously intricate masterpieces.

This shrine to confectionery creates every conceivable type of sweet treat, from elaborately iced cakes and personalized chocolates to an incredible selection of lavishly decorated biscuits. Not only is Biscuiteers the perfect place to pick up a special gift, but they also offer afternoon tea, as well as the Biscuiteers School of Icing, where you can learn to create your own deliciously intricate masterpieces.
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