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Covent Garden is a world famous district, unequalled in its mix of shops, restaurants, history, entertainment and culture. The neighbourhood’s new take on luxury mixes premium retailers with one-off craft stalls, street theatre with the Royal Opera House and world-class brands with emerging designers, creating a vibrant retail and leisure district.

Covent Garden has become a destination for fashion and several premium brands have launched their first UK stores in the area including icons such as Burberry Brit, Rugby Ralph Lauren and Opening Ceremony.

The neighbourhood isn’t just about shopping, thanks to the diverse range of restaurants including cult favourite MEATmarket, the sophisticated Laduree and Jamie Oliver’s bespoke Union Jacks concept. With the upcoming opening of Balthazar, the only one outside of Manhattan, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

The district is steeped in rich history spanning back to the sixth century and visitors can take their own Covent Garden Walking Tour, which provides fascinating commentary on historic Covent Garden.

With everything housed in and around the historic Market Building and traffic free piazza, it is no wonder that Covent Garden is a much loved destination, attracting around 44 million worldwide visitors every year

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