Not Just A Garden – It’s Covent Garden!

Covent Garden, London

I’m not sure why it’s called Covent Garden.  One would expect to see flowers, and perhaps a fountain.  However, I don’t think anyone visiting Covent Garden will ever be disappointed, as you will see more than just flowers.

You will see crowds and the wonderful red telephone booths

Covent Garden, London

Covent Garden, London

You will see crowds, and they are forever entertained!

Covent Garden, London

Covent Garden, London

You will see sights that you don’t know if you should even photograph, but then you will do it anyway!

Covent Garden, London

You will see fantastic opportunities to take pictures of your little ones with amazing characters!  Here’s my little girl Chandra – she will never be able to say I didn’t take enough pictures of her in London!

Covent Garden, London

Covent Garden, London

You will see people just out for a walk, to not only get some fresh air, but to be entertained, to see, and therefore, to live.

Covent Garden, London

Covent Garden, London

You will want to go into one of the main market areas to have a look at the goods for sale.

Covent Garden, London

Covent Garden, London

Covent Garden, London

Covent Garden, London

Covent Garden, London

Covent Garden, London

Covent Garden, London

Covent Garden, London

Covent Garden, London

Covent Garden, London

Covent Garden, London

Covent Garden, London

Who said there weren’t any flowers?

Covent Garden, London

Covent Garden, London

Covent Garden, London

Covent Garden, London

You will want to go see the architecture outside – it’s quite amazing!

Covent Garden, London

Covent Garden, London

I just noticed the London Transport Museum – from looking at my pictures!  Must go here next time!

The London Transport Museum at Covent Garden, London

The London Transport Museum at Covent Garden, London

Covent Garden, London

Covent Garden, London

Did you know that Covent Garden is in central London, is a short walk from Trafalgar Square, and has it’s own tube station?  Yes, Covent Garden tube station is on the Piccadilly line (the blue line).  I hope you enjoyed my post on Covent Garden.

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About luchanik

I love travel, and cruises, and exploring the world. I also like taking pictures, and treasuring those memories.

3 responses to “Not Just A Garden – It’s Covent Garden!”

  1. Raghav Iyer says :

    Hello Luchanik,
    When I first came across your blog about the Covent garden, I was clueless about the place and expected so see a park with flowers and trees. It was only after I read through your blog that I understood the age old traditions that have been followed here.

    • luchanik says :

      Hi Raghav, yes names can certainly be deceptive! Covent Garden is a must-visit place, and I’m glad that you know more now about it. Thanks for visiting my blog.

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