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We came across Sicilian Avenue by chance, while walking around London streets. The beautiful signage and looks caught our attention very quickly. The street looks rather deserted, although there seem to be quite a few establishments there. Perhaps some have closed down or moved elsewhere,...More
Staying in London for a long weekend break, we decided to explore on foot. We missed our destination and found ourselves in Holborn. After walking in a complete circle we again were confronted by the beautiful, narrow Sicilian Avenue. Gold embellished pillars and arches dominate...More
First time I came across Sicilian Avenue I basically stumbled across it.
This is a most wonderful pedestrian little street in London.
It is just off Bloomsbury Sq and is lined with small boutiques & several places to eat & drink. Many eateries have outdoor...More
Our most recent stay in London saw us one day taking a long walk along High Holborn. Just as we were crossing the very busy road from Bloomsbury Park, we came upon Sicilian Avenue.
It is basically a short pedestrian only shopping street featuring one...More
This pedestrianised shopping street with a unique piece of London architecture is located on the apex of Southampton Row and Bloomsbury Way. The avenue has grand entrance ways of Ionic columns supporting elaborate balustrades with the name "Sicilian Avenue" inscribed on them. The area has...More
Inner London’s busiest streets crisscross quiet cobbled lanes for an effect that can be urbane or quaint – or an intriguing blend of both – depending on the particular corner you turn. Due to its especially convenient location, bustling Holborn hosts an excellent range of hotels, eateries, and shops to suit practically any taste or budget. With major attractions like the British Museum and Somerset House
as well as popular areas such as Covent Garden and Soho all just a short walk away, Holborn is a smart base from which to explore London.