Belgravia is perhaps the most opulent area in the whole of London and home to the rich and famous.
The area is awash with spectacular buildings, with Belgravia's attractions mirroring the splendour of their surroundings.
London County Hall
London Waterloo (Westminster Bridge)
London Leicester Square
hub London Covent Garden
London Kensington (Earl's Court)
London Kensington (Olympia)
London Blackfriars (Fleet Street)
Harrods is one of the most popular places to visit for holidaymakers staying in Belgravia. The upmarket department store is the most famous in the capital, selling the finest clothing and household goods since it opened in 1824.
Guests can also attend a show at Cadogan Hall during their time staying in Belgravia. Home to the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, this historic venue stages some of the city's best touring and resident classical performances.
The triumphal Wellington Arch was built in 1830 to celebrate Britain's victory in the Napoleonic Wars. The top of the monument is adorned with Europe's largest bronze statue, making it a must see for any visitors to Belgravia.
The awe-inspiring St Peter's Church also attracts tourists from across London, with the magnificent building sitting in the historic Eaton Square and is a frequent venue for top touring musicians and choirs.