London: the city of colour

Here we seek to challenge London’s stereotypical greyness...Grab your umbrella (best to be on the safe side), because although the day may start dark, the English capital is home to places of all colours. Lets us show you them!
“Somewhere over the rainbow”
Like all special places, you won’t see this multi-coloured location at first glance: you’ll have to wander the streets to find it. Neal’s Yard is a small square with vibrantly coloured buildings, just two minutes from Covent Garden tube station. Its orange, turquoise and yellow facades are home to small businesses such as herbal remedy shops, a cheese shop and a vegetarian café.

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