The Best Spots to Explore in Whitechapel

Whitechapel is a part of the city that often goes unmentioned. But we believe that with everything it brings to the table, it’s certainly worth visiting. With mouth-watering food at the Tayyabs, one of the famous restaurants in the area and the whole series of beautiful galleries here, you’ll have a lot to do. Then also consider, and the Whitechapel Bell Foundry (this venue is responsible for making Big Ben’s historic bell), and the Old Truman Brewery, which features a range of vintage stores that include wine merchants and micro-breweries, you can find the distinctive parts to the city in this area of Whitechapel.

With the Park Grand Paddington Court guests can book their stay close to central London, not too far from Whitechapel and everything that it offers. An executive stay in Paddington Court with the hotels near Paddington station will provide you with more than just a great location. You’ll also be privy to high-class suites, contemporary bars, and a fine restaurant – all within your lodging. Naturally, you’ll explore the rest of London with a little more pep in your step.

While street art is a common theme in London, it’s particularly pronounced here. Some of the designs etched onto the walls in the series of streets are like nothing you’ve seen before, making you feel shocked as well as adulation for the artists who sketched them. Names such as Banksy, d*Face, and Ben Eine –  have been responsible for creating a scene of street art that is truly spectacular, and unique compared to anything else in London.

Make sure you visit Whitechapel (Brick Lane) during your stay in the city. Not only will you be able to step into an incredible art scene, but you’ll also be privy to one of the best markets in the city. We believe it’s the combination of the sense of vibrancy, history, and an extravagant, unique food scene that make this place special.  Wherever you walk, there’s something to see.

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