Sightseeing / Things to do:





Covent Garden Market:

There are three markets located in Covent Garden´s 19th century Piazza, each offering a wide range of food, all kind of jewelry and clothing. Furthermore Covent Garden Market provides ample entertainment: there are street artists showing their skills, as well as young artists who play their own music.


Royal Opera House 

Royal Opera House:

The world famous Royal Opera House is home to the Royal Opera, the Royal Ballets and the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, now also known as the Covent Garden Orchestra. The building fascinates by its architecture, both in the exterior and in the interior.


The Royal Opera House is home to productions of the most famous operas in the world, such as Verdi and Puccini. If you want to go to the opera, check out the program online in advance.



London Transport Museum:

The museum explores the powerful link between transport and the growth of modern London, its culture and society since 1800. Highlights include the iconic red bus as well as the world´s first underground steam train. The museum is full of interactive exhibits for young people and adults alike.

The Shard   

The Shard:

The Shard is a 95-storey skyscraper in London. Standing 309.7 meters high, the Shard is the tallest building in the UK and the fourth tallest building in Europe. The Shard is home to some of the best offices, restaurants and hotel rooms in London – along with breathtaking views.


Food & Drink:





The Rules is the oldest restaurant in London and has been an established star of the food scene since the days of the Bow Street Runners, serving up classic British fare while ignoring every passing fad and fashion.





Bronte is an elegant and stylish all day dining venue and bar, located in an enviable position at the top of The Strand with views overlooking Trafalgar Square. Designed by renowned British designer, Tom Dixon, Bronte combines beautiful interiors with sumptuous dining.

The menu features modern British and Asian cuisine with dishes ranging from Miso Black Cod to the famed Bronte Burger. There are three bespoke dining spaces, each offering its own distinct style; from the vibrant Terrace, to the relaxed café, to refined dining in The Restaurant. Private dining is also available on The Mezzanine. Bronte’s beautiful bar serves some of the best cocktails in the Capital and boasts an extensive wine list.

Opera Tavern


Opera Tavern:

The Opera Tavern is one of Convent Garden´s best eating restaurants, and ideally positioned for a pre- or post- theatre dinner. Simple Spanish and Italian food features on the menu, with impressive dishes including a charcoal grill on the ground floor where they cook up all manner of tasty meaty treats.
Masala Zone 

Masala Zone:

Masala Zone, on Covent Garden’s Floral Street, is a restaurant that has reinvented one of Britain’s favourite cuisines. This is not the kind of Indian food you get at your average curry house. The food at Masala Zone is clean, light, fresh, spicy and tasty, and celebrates the depth of flavours from different regions of India.

The Covent Garden branch of Masala Zone, just behind the Royal Opera House, is spacious and modern with colourful Rajasthani puppets hanging from the ceiling. Choose from popular street food snacks, grilled meats, thalis, curries and dahls.