England Travel Guide
Located in downtown Northampton, this Japanese-style spa has been welcome guests to its hotsoaking tubs, sauna, and treatment rooms since 1981.
Housed in a hulking converted power station, this vast modern art showplace opened in 2000, but still breaks new ground with installations. Each year Tate Modern hosts the unique Unilever Series, where different artists are asked to create an installation for Turbine Hall.
Located below the stunning Barlow Shed inside the historic Victorian train station, St. Pancras Grand Brasserie is a stylish spot to grab food and drinks before catching a train to the Continent.
Situated just off Piccadilly in the heart of London’s West End, Waterstone’s is an oversized bookshop with titles covering almost every subject imaginable. Opened in 1999, the store is an astonishing six stories tall and sells over 150,000 books.
Britain’s best-known men’s wear designer is gregarious and charming, and his eccentricities manifest in discreetly peculiar and impeccably tailored clothing.
The most fashion-forward men in London are raving about this Shoreditch style house established in 2010 by native fashion guru James Brown.