Afterthe rush of the West End, Bloomsbury's quiet streetswill sooth you.It is a placeproudof its cultural heritage, celebratedinOctober during the BloomsburyFestival,and hasbeenhome of some of the most famous British writers (Charles Dickens).
While theBritish Museumacts as a tourist magnet,with the magnificentNorman Foster'sGreatCourt, mostof the charm ofBloomsburyisin its bookstores andart shops, locatedaround theBritish Museum. Also make sure you see the elegant colonnadenear the SicilianAvenue.Another pleasureistoseethe shopslinedstreetLamb's ConduitStreet.
For families wishing to settle in Bloomsbury,Coram's Fieldsisa paradiseof sevenhectares, filled with children's games and even a cornerfor animals. Theadultsare forbidden to enterunlessaccompaniedby a child!