Tourists and visitors flock to Covent Garden for its mix of interesting shops, fantastic choice of places to eat, history, culture and entertainment options. There are plenty of things to do.
Getting here: Take Southeastern trains to Charing Cross and then it's just a 10-minute walk.
With vintage shops, fashion favourites like Orla Kiely, Y-3 and Rokit, plus specialist stores like the Stanfords travel shop, Covent Garden offers something more than the traditional high street. You’ll also find the Moomin Shop, Neal's Yard Dairy full of artisan cheeses, and Kiehls skincare store.
If you’re looking for something just a little bit different, the shops and craft market in the Piazza at the heart of Covent Garden is sure to have it. Stalls in the East Colonnade market sell handmade products such as soap, jewellery and handbags, artwork and homeware. The Jubilee Market is more of a general market.
Use one of these offers and book your tickets in advance for a cheap day out.