Notting Hill London

Notting Hill London is a contemporary and fashionable district that is located on the city’s west side.  Well known as the setting for the romantic comedy film of the same name, Notting Hill is also the site of the Portobello Road Market and many high-end shops and restaurants. Notting Hill London is also the annual location of the Notting Hill Carnival, a Caribbean-themed event that is one of the world’s largest street festivals.

–Notting Hill London is within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, and is easily accessible by tube, bus, and car. The Notting Hill district can be reached through the Notting Hill Gate, Ladbroke Grove, and Westbourne Park tube stations. Visitors who drive can reach the area by way of the M3, M4, or M40 roadways.

–There are several museums and galleries located in Notting Hill London, including the Natural History Museum on Cromwell Road, the Manya Igel Fine Arts museum on Peters Court, and the East West Gallery on Blenheim Crescent.  The Notting Hill galleries often display the works of up-and-coming artists.

Notting Hill London hosts the Notting Hill Carnival every August. The two-day event is organized by Caribbean residents of the area and features a Children’s Day Parade and a main parade. The Carnival parade participants wear elaborate costumes and play Steelpan music.

–Notting Hill London offers a variety of exciting venues for tourists such as restaurants, cinemas, bars, clubs, and shops. The area is also in close proximity to Hyde Park.

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