Luxury Tours in North West London
Primrose Hill’s Shops -> Lord’s Cricket Ground -> The Gilbert Scott (restaurant) -> Madame Tussauds -> Karpo (bar)
North West London is home to one of the most famous museums in the world, Madame Tussauds, and it features many other impressive and I must say, quite expensive attractions. But, if you’re not limited by a budget, you could try and visit them all for a full north-western experience. Check out the suggestions below.
- Shopping might be one of the priorities on your list, therefore, we suggest you to visit the numerous shops in Primrose Hill (NW1 8XL). They are posh, pretty and for some, even perfect. Here, you will find chic art galleries, designer stores and you might even encounter celebrities like Sadie Frost and Kate Moss. Anna is one of the most acclaimed shops, so make sure you’ll not miss it. Also, take a break and make a visit to Primrose Bakery to taste its delicious cupcakes.
- From Primrose Hill, you can head on to Lord’s Cricket Ground (St John’s Wood, NW8 8QN). Marylebone Cricket Club was founded in 1787 and it has moved in North West London in 1814. It features guided tours that last around 90 minutes and that include the MCC Museum, the Media Centre, the team dressing rooms and the Long Room. Visit this site to get a glimpse over one of the country’s national sports. The entry is £15.
Take a transfer from Primrose Hill to Lord’s Cricket Ground and you will get to your destination in 10 minutes. The transfer will be £26 for an Executive car.
- Relax white you have lunch or dinner at The Gilbert Scott (Euston Road, NW1 2AR). This dining room has a superb design with gilded and vintage furniture and high ceilings. It’s located right next to St Pancras station, offering direct views towards it. Indulge in the delightful classic British menu and accompany your meal with a fine wine. Book in advance so as to be sure you’ll have a table when you get there.
From Lord’s Cricket Ground to The Gilbert Scott you can take a transfer that will last 10 minutes. The transfer will cost you £26 for an Executive car.
- Since we’ve mentioned Madame Tussauds, we cannot skip it from this list. You will find it on Marylebone Road, NW1 5LR. Inside, you will see the wax figures of some of the most famous people in the world. Go there and have pictures with your favourite movie stars or singers and stop by the souvenir shops to bring some of your experience back home. For an extra charge, you can also see Marvel Super Heroes, a 4D film that lasts only 10 minutes, but offers great adventures.
Take a transfer from The Gilbert Scott to Madame Tussauds and pay almost £26 for a 10-minute ride. The price is for the Executive car.
- At the end of the tour, you can go to the luxurious Karpo (23 Euston Road, NW1 2SB), a new addition to North West London’s bar scene. It overlooks the King’s Cross Station and it features a mezzanine level and a fine basement bar. The plump sofas and the classic cocktails will make for a night to remember. Also, make sure to taste one of their acclaimed wines. The bar is opened from 7 or 8am till 9 or 10.30pm, depending on the day you’re visiting.
A transfer in an Executive car will cost you £26 and will last almost 15 minutes.
The transfer for the Luxury Tour in North West London will cost you £104. The 10% discount will get you a price of only £94. Be prepared for 8 hours and 15 minutes of deluxe experiences.
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