Rich, red windowpanes contrast against regal, white stone buildings in Marylebone. Intimate bookstores, family-owned patisseries, and high-end boutiques help the neighbourhood maintain a cosy village vibe, despite its central London location. Cricket players outnumber cobblers in this ritzy neighbourhood, and with its very own green space, (not to mention Hyde Park is just a neighbourhood away), there’s plenty of room for friendly competitions.See places to stay Save this neighbourhood
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The are wonderful restaurants in the neighbourhood, from traditional English breakfast at Gino's across the street, to superb Indian cuisine at Cinnamon Spice a couple of blocks away."
From Traditional Pubs to Trendy Bars
The neighbourhood is very safe and quiet and yet if you want to feel the London buzz, it's a stones throw away."
A Look About Town
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Daniel Burman is a professional photographer based in London. Since graduating from St. Martins School of Art, he's produced creative images for artists, musicians, and other fascinating people. His work regularly appears in places like The Daily Telegraph, Evening Standard, The Independent, and The Times.
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