A vibrant and diverse North London gem, Finsbury Park is home to a mix of cultures from English to Turkish to Caribbean. It has ample green spaces to sit back and relax in nature, quirky shops for some retail therapy, and bars and restaurants serving great drinks and food to fuel up the good vibes. Be it a leisurely stroll or a night out in the town, Finsbury Park is the perfect place with something for everyone. So, before we jump on to our Finsbury Park exploration guide, the first thing to do to make your holiday an absolute success is to book yourself a luxurious stay at the Montcalm London City Hotel for a lavish stay with plush amenities.
Park Theatre in the heart of London, is only three minutes away from your stay at the luxurious Montcalm Royal London House. A perfectly intimate theatre, founded after six years of research, it is also a cultural hub today, hosting classic revivals and plays for everyone to enjoy the arts. If you're looking for a unique and memorable theatre experience, be sure to check out the Park Theatre. You won't be disappointed!
London is dotted with popular parks like Hyde, Kensington Gardens and Primrose to name a few. The biggest benefit of visiting this park in North London, apart from the Finsbury Park of course, is that it enjoys a reputation for being one of the most quiet, pastoral, and tranquil green spaces that very few people know about.
The National Gallery London is one of the most renowned galleries in the world and for a good reason. This world-class museum houses a collection of over 2,300 paintings, spanning from the 13th century to the present day. From the Renaissance masterpieces of Leonardo da Vinci and Raphael to the impressionist works of Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh, this gallery takes you back in time, and guess what? Its free for all. Whether you are a curious traveller or an art lover, this gallery with stunning architecture is centrally located in Trafalgar Square, only 17 minutes away from Finsbury Park, if you take the subway and is also close to one of the best hotels on Old Street London.
Buy some vintage knick-knacks on the bustling Blackstock Road, catch a show at Park Theatre for a touch of entertainment and call it a day with a filling and delectable supper at a fine dining restaurant near Finsbury Park, with a cuisine of your choice.