Sloane Square London is found in Chelsea, while the London Underground station in the area is a Travelcard Zone one. To enter the Sloane Square Underground station you make use of the Eastern side that is adjacently placed to a theatre, the Royals Court.
If you are heading to the shopping at Kings Road, it is the shortest way, to such places as the Cadogan Hall and Peter Jones Department Store. A London place that has little gems you can enjoy today.
After leaving the Sloane Square tube, one meets a score of well-known places across the UK and beyond, such as the Sloane Square, Tiffany’s, Boggi Milano and Royal Court Theatre. The square is full of trees where the Venue Statue is, which won Royal Academy Award in 1951. After leaving the Sloane Square up to Oakley Street in King’s Road, you will come across some vast ranges of award winning luxury fashions and boutique as well as dinning establishment worth indulging.
Since the day Henry made the Chelsea Manor acquisition of 1536, the area has held an aura for and of the wealthy. However, the community is diverse and wonderful, as you watch the elderly locals from the Chelsea Barracks sporting their unique regal uniforms and even chat with them along King’s Road. Walk in a lush of green grounds on the extensive Barrack ground gardens where Chelsea’s Flower Show is usually held every May.
Parallel to the King’s Road is the Duke of York’s Square, which is an exit of the entire busy thoroughfare along King’s Road. You then come across lovely restaurants, bread stores, beauticians, coffee shops, bookstores, patisserie, and many boutique stores with the best of luxury fashion, all opening up to a huge courtyard, sandstone paved. If you love shopping without the bother of mass retailers and huge crowds found along the Regent Street, King’s Road is the place, a modern village worth checking out.
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