Located North East of Bloomsbury, Kings Cross has grown to become a popular and vibrant area, embracing a growing, diverse culture in recent years. The whole of London is also within easy reach from here with numerous links via the Underground and regular bus services that run through here around the clock.
There is plenty to see and do in Kings Cross – not least you can immerse yourself in culture and history at The British Library which is the largest Library in the world. It is here where you can discover important historical documents from the oldest dated printed book “The Diamond Sutra” to the last surviving manuscript of the Old English poem “Beowolf”.
Fans of the Harry Potter books can visit the fictional “Platform 9 ¾” at Kings Cross Station, where Harry would go in order to be able to travel to Hogwart's School.
St Pancras Station is located within Kings Cross Station and is the gateway to France and Belgium with direct trains running to and from Paris and Brussels’s regularly. St Pancras Station is also home to a number of major Retail Outlets including Hamley's and for a taste of luxury, you can visit Europe's longest Champagne Bar “Searcy’s St Pancras Grand Restaurant & Oyster Bar”.
Food fanatics can enjoy the culinary delights at Granary Square where you will find “Caravan”, home of fine coffee and contemporary food, along with Bruno Loubet's “The Grain Store” which comes with an 80 seat terrace area and a diverse menu from all corners of the globe.
If you would rather relax and escape the busy city streets, “The Camley Street Natural Park” is a welcome haven and it's Education Centre is an ideal opportunity to discover the various species of wildlife whilst enjoying the serene and calm surroundings by the pond.
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