Holborn is a great small city, similar to a small county town, relatively quiet, with a large number of local people, tourists are independent travelers, and will not disturb the tranquility of the town. There are many small shops in the center of the town, and the buildings are unique in style. And beautiful!
Holborn is not the most interesting area, but there are many interesting attractions nearby, including the British Museum and Sir John Thorne Museum, and close to the old Victoria Prudential Building. There is a small square within walking distance of the subway station with children Playground and numerous shops.
Visit the quiet town of Holborn, London, England. As the capital of the empire that once shining in the world, the birthplace of old capitalism is still one of the top tourist destinations in the world. The Tower of London, Big Ben, Oxford University, and Cambridge University are all attractive and make people full of interest in London. During these few days in London, I visited major attractions and ate all kinds of food. On this day, touching the round belly full of food, we strolled to a small town-Holborn. This small town is like a paradise. Although the outside world is disturbed and lively, you can feel a kind of tranquility and peace here. The scenery of the town is beautiful, the greenery is also very good, the building is very retro and very charming. We came to a lively small square in the town and saw people sitting in twos and threes at the open-air table in the restaurant, drinking afternoon tea, and chatting there. Under the warm afternoon sun, we stood intoxicated outside this landscape. Keep walking, continue to explore the unique beauty of the town, and envy the residents here more and more. When I get old, I must live in a place like this! The famous tourist attraction in Holborn is not far away, and the British Museum is nearby.
Traveling and eating are what everyone needs. It can relax people's body and mind. It is good here. I feel that it is not worse than the places I have visited before. There are also many places to eat and play around. I especially recommend it , It's okay to come and play.
1. The public facilities are outdated, and many sites do not have elevators, even if there are straight elevators, they are very hidden. Helplessly, I also carried one suitcase and two bags. The most troublesome thing was this. Fortunately, many English gentlemen helped carry the suitcases along the way. (Ps: Asking for help in British English means "Do you need a hand?" or "Can you give me a hand?" instead of "help") The stop at the British Museum seems to be Holborn. When I saw a lot of people waiting in line for the straight staircase, I thought it would be OK to walk the stairs without taking luggage. As a result, the spiral staircase was the same as that of St. Paul's Church. It took 5 minutes to climb, and I felt helpless. . .