Really, spending the time in London is easy. So many places to see (maybe from the Shard), museums and exhibitions to visit, parks to explore, wander where the markets are (shopping low cost from Primark), restaurants to try (or maybe you can try the street food in London ), and cultural centers where you can attend a concert, a movie, or enjoy the works of art. In the latter case, the Barbican Centre in London is what fits perfectly for us.
Why? Because the Barbarian points out to the Barbican Hall, 2,000 seats to watch the performance of the London Symphony Orchestra and the BBC Symphony Orchestra, the Barbican Theatre has “only” 1,166 seats, The Pit, the smallest theater, Art Gallery and the Curve for art exhibitions, there are three cinemas and 3 restaurants, conference rooms, common areas where you can meet and chat. In short, you will find something to do in what is the largest theater center in Europe, if only to escape the throngs of tourists or to find a friendly place when it’s cold and raining. It is located north of the City and getting there is easy, just take the metro and get off at metro stations Barbican or Moorgate.
By Ina K
Photos: Wikimedia Commons.