Even if you don’t know exactly where they are you’ve definitely heard the names Baker and Harley Streets. Both of these famous streets are located in one of London’s most lively and stylish places: Marylebone. Getting past the name that makes more than a few smirk Marylebone is a place located in London’s West End. It’s an enchanting place absolutely swarming with history, beautiful buildings and some of the best boutiques to cover your shopping needs. It’s what people imagine when they say they’re going to visit London. Quaint little homes, open streets and affluence are basically palpable. The buildings look like they’re from another era (and be assured, they actually are) and the people are quite friendly too. Even though it’s in the heart of the city and very well connected you get more of an urban feel from Marylebone.
If you’re unsure of what draws people to this area perhaps some of the celebrities that often walk around may answer that for you. In fact Marylebone has been home to some of the most recognizable stars in the world. Coming here is definitely going to make you feel like you’re rich and famous simply because you’re surrounded by rich and famous people. Even those people that don’t have much fame still look like they could be cast in any of the upcoming blockbusters. For example the foxy Danielle from London-tantric.com is often seen here just walking around, enjoying some of the stylish boutiques and brightening your day with her presence. Still, if you’re not entirely convinced of the appeal of this amazing side of town here are some facts that might tip you off on just how exclusive it is.
- In 1969, Sir Paul McCartney celebrated his marriage to Linda Eastman at Marylebone Registry office.
- For those of you that are more brainy: The first heart transplant in the UK took place in the late 1960’s at the National Heart Hospital which is, of course, located in Marylebone and which you can still visit.
- Some of Marylebone’s famous inhabitants include Charles Dickens, John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, H. G. Wells, Barbara Windsor and Madonna. How is that for star studded?
- As if the afore mentioned music geniuses weren’t enough, Jimi Hendrix lived at 43 Upper Berkeley Street, Marylebone.
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