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Famous Streets In London

London, the capital city of England and the United Kingdom, has rich alternatives in terms of places to visit. We have compiled for you 5 must-see streets in London, which is very famous for its castles, rituals, many museums and galleries as well as its streets.

Oxford Street

It is one of the most important roads in the country. With half a million visitors a day, it has become famous as Europe's busiest shopping street. It is a very important development to be one of the most visited streets of today by recovering after being one of the most bombed streets in the Second World War. The shops on the street have both upscale stores and affordable stores. In addition, the Christmas lights that decorate the street from mid-November to January can be added to your must-visit list.

Baker Street

If you've read the Sherlock Holmes books written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, perhaps one of the best-known authors of English literature, or at least you've watched movies and TV shows inspired by these books, you're familiar with this street. If you are one of the fans, you can visit Sherlock Holmes museum.

10 Downing Street

The official mansion that has hosted the Presidents of England since 1735 is located on this street. As it is politically critical, it is unfortunately not open to visitors, but is at a point where it can fill your day with its proximity to Buckingham Palace and Churchill's War Rooms.

Brick Lane

It is famous for its vintage stores, street arts and delicious food as well as known as "Banglatown" as it is considered the center of the Bangladeshi community. On Sundays, you can visit Brick Lane Market and find interesting things and fill your stomach with street food.

The Strand

Located next to the River Thames, this famous street takes its name from "Strond", which means "bank of the river" in Old English. The street became famous as the street where houses of British upper class aristocrats lived from the 12th to the 17th century. In addition to being home to the Twinnings' Tea House, which has been on the street since 1706, it hosts the oldest restaurants in England. While visiting the street, we recommend you to watch a play at the Adelphi Theater, if available. 

In addition to visiting these streets, if you want to study in England, one of the best education countries in the world, IDP Turkey's overseas education consultancy can make your abroad education dream come true with FREE support. If you want to contact expert consultants, you can fill out the form or reach out by sending a message on the WhatsApp.

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