Farringdon, an interesting place for the travellers to visit is nestled in the central location of London between the Barbican and St Paul’s. This area, earlier known for London’s premier meat market and Fabric has become an enviable location for city types.
So, let’s get a more brief about Farringdon which is an historic area of the City of London. Characterised today by the Wards of Farringdon Within and Farringdon Without, this area just became trendy and vibrant with its exclusive clubs, bars and restaurants. Known as a grown up version of Shoreditch, this famed place is ideal to live and work.
How to reach?
Being situated at a central location of the capital, Farringdon is easily accessible by public transport. This area is well connected to metropolitan lines, Hammersmith & City, Barbican and stations in Islington.
Where to stay?
If you are planning a visit to Farringdon, you are surely going to witness a lot in this smart, fun, lively and blossoming area of the capital. Be it a short or a long trip, staying at comfort is the first priority for all. Booking a serviced apartment for accommodation will certainly prove satisfactory for the conscious travellers who cannot compromise on luxury, comfort, privacy and freedom. Farringdon is the place which has got a number of chic, trendy and functional serviced apartments at convenient locations.
Unlike hotels, serviced apartments in Farringdon take care of your budget, need for space, privacy with comfort and luxury by providing gracious hospitality, easy accessibility, modern facilities and increased flexibility.
Upcoming events –
You cannot afford to miss some popular events if you are visiting Farringdon. Check out the list below –
Translation Pitch – 9th June, 2016
Enjoy a remarkable and interesting translation pitch by the speakers like Antoinette Fawcett, Paula Darwish, Karen Leeder, Emma Mandley, Sam Nagele and James Womack. During the event, these six translators will go head-to-head and pitch their ‘must-acquire’ European books to a live audience.
The Cinema Organ Society – 10th June, 2016
Founded in 1952 by Hubert Selby and Tony Moss, The Cinema Organ Society is for those interested in organ music as entertainment. The association promotes theatre organ concerts by top British and international artists, younger up and coming players and its own instruments as well. It also organises events like dances and recorded music presentations.
Check out below the venue and details of the event:
Date: Friday June 10th
Time: 6:45 pm
Venue: Alan Baxter ‘The Gallery’, 77 Cowcross Street, Farringdon, London, EC1M 6EL
Have a happy and memorable trip to Farringdon!
About the Author
Kanika Arora is a keen and passionate traveller who loves to explore new places and makes most of her life by travelling around the world. During her stay in Farringdon, she enjoyed attending various events and resided in a thesqua.re serviced apartment. Her stay was entirely wrapped with ultimate comfort, luxury and peace and that too at a slight budget.