Chelsea has always been one of the most famous districts of London, from its pivotal role in the swinging heyday of the 60’s. When the Kings Road was the fashion centre of the universe, to the part it played in the 1970’s rise of punk and its present day role as the playground of the young, wealthy and glamorous. This last is captured in the TV programme ‘Made in Chelsea’, but there’s much more to this corner of London than simply bright young things enjoying themselves.
Chelsea is located, unsurprisingly, within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The fact that its southern border is made up of the River Thames is just one of the things which helps to give this area its unique combination of relaxed ambience, upmarket chic and bohemian edginess. Although the era when artists such as Dante Gabriel Rossetti, J. M. W. Turner and James McNeill Whistler lived within Chelsea itself has been ended by ultra-high property prices, their legacy still endures. The cutting edge Saatchi Gallery, for example, showcases the best of modern art at the end of the Kings Road. Whilst Sloane Square is home to the Royal Court Theatre, famed for its dedication to finding and showcasing the best new drama.
If shopping rather than culture is what represents your idea of a good time in London then rest assured Chelsea is the perfect destination. Head for the aforementioned Kings Road to pick up some bargains at familiar high street names. Visit Sloane Street if your idea of retail therapy tends more toward the exclusive end of the spectrum. The top end boutiques and brands on display here include Prada, Jimmy Choo, Chanel and the world famous department store Harrods. Even if your budget doesn’t actually stretch to snapping up a trinket from Tiffany & Co, a while spent window shopping in this part of Chelsea is a chance to sample a taste of luxury and class which few parts of London can match.
One of the other appealing aspects of Chelsea is s its central location. The fact that it is situated in Zone 1 means that attractions such as Battersea Park and the banks of the Thames are within walking distance. The Sloane Square tube station offers access to the Circle and District Lines. As with all parts of central London, Chelsea is extremely well served by bus routes, making it easy to use public transport to travel to all parts of the city.
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