All journey times are approximate and subject to variation.
Local guide to London
A booming Metropolis brimming with energy, opportunity and activity, London serves as an epicentre for finance, tourism, history and culture, and draws more international visitors to its hallowed streets than most other cities on earth. While the prospect of such a vast city can be daunting, the centre of London is surprisingly accessible and easy to navigate. With this two-day itinerary, the prospect of discovering the capital’s galleries, restaurants, and shops is an alluring and stimulating journey.
From The Wolseley, a 10-minute walk will bring you to Dover Street Market.
Dover Street Market
Then, walk to the Royal Academy of Arts, just 10 minutes from Dover Street Market.
Royal Academy of Arts
From the Royal Academy, the art galleries of Cork Street are a five-minute walk away.
The final stop of the day is Selfridges & Co., a 15-minute walk away.
Selfridges & Co.
To get back to the hotel from Selfridges, it’s just a 10-minute walk.
Leave Hyde Park at Victoria Gate (opposite Brook Street) and walk for 10 minutes to Hyde Park Stables.
Hyde Park Stables
From Hyde Park Stables, take a 15-minute taxi ride to Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill.
Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill
After lunch, take a 15-minute walk along the edge of Green Park to Apsley House.
Then, head to the Mr Fogg’s on Bruton Lane, just six minutes away by taxi or a 15-minute walk.
Mr Fogg’s Residence
The hotel is then only 10 minutes’ walk from Mr Fogg’s.