King's Cross may not be the first place you thought to visit when planning a visit to London, but take a second look, King's Cross is London's new cultural quarter, has changed enormously in the last few years, and is home to some great places to visit!
There is more to King's Cross than a station. The area is of course dominated by the two main termini of King's Cross and Saint Pancras International, the latter offering trains to the East Midlands, and cross-London regional services as well as Eurostar to Paris. Because of its excellent transport links and postion as a transport hub, King's Cross is one of the most-visited places in London, but within a few minutes' walk of the stations you will find tranquility, greenery, history, nature, art, music, and water. This website tells you about the regularly-open places to visit of London's cultural quarter, King's Cross.
King's Cross has a large number of hotels, including several business hotels, and many budget hotels. There is also a wide variety of restaurants on offer; check the Pentonville Road, Caledonian Road, York Way, Caledonia Street, and Gray's Inn Road.
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