A day at Pimlico

Westminster Cathedral

Although this district owns one of the greatest museums: The Tate Britain, you could have missed the peculiar and residential charm of Pimlico. Our day has begun at Pimlico Station with a walk towards the Westminster Cathedral (not to be confused with Westminster Abbaye) which is the Catholic seat of the Westminster borough. This incredible neo-byzantine and gothic building worths a stop. If you can, prefer the afternoon, around 5PM each day, a magnificent choir of 30 boys who give a special resonance to the edifice. In the streets nearby, several beautiful mansions can be admired. For the lunch, support the cooks-to-be of the Westminster College at Vincent Rooms, the perfect way to treat yourself with refined mains at an affordable price. Then, direction Pimlico Street dedicate to Galleries’ Interior Design with the mouthwatering shop Daylesford, an organic farm, both a delicatessen and a restaurant. Have I mentioned they also have a “dog parking”? Finish your day with Ebury Street – in one of these mews, Mozart composed the first symphony – and in front of the famous cupcakes’ store Peggy Porschen, discover the charming Elizabeth Street with our fellow French Poilâne has opened.

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