Within walking distance of the bustling shopping streets of Oxford Street, Regent Street and Bond Street, Chiltern Street is contrastingly serene and peaceful. The delicacy of the Chiltern Street emanates from the neo-Gothic architecture constructed during the Victorian era. Lined with countless bars, cafes and restaurants, Chiltern Street warrants further exploration. Whilst the surrounding shopping streets contain chainstores, Chiltern Street is a bastion of independence, containing countless independent stores that thrive in spite of the modern high street. North of Chiltern Street is Regent’s Park. One of London’s eight royal parks, Regent’s Park is a leafy retreat from the city. London Zoo, Primrose Hill and the Open Air Theatre are contained within Regent’s Park and are worth exploring in depth on a summer’s day.
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