The Covent Garden Piazza has been around for hundreds of years, but it’s still the most popular tourist spot in London, and there’s only one reason why: it has everything.

The charming name of this market comes from the fact that it used to be a fruit and vegetable market that was known all over the world.

Masala Zone is known for having some of the best Indian food in London. It has restaurants all over the city. The Covent Garden location is designed stylishly, with modern chandeliers and intricate gold details on the tables and bars.

The Tintin Shop is tucked away on a side street in Covent Garden. Fans of Belgium’s most famous fictional reporter with a beret and his cute dog sidekick must go there

This famous London bar calls itself “home to masters in the dark arts of molecular mixology,” and the cocktails don’t disappoint.

This beautiful Art Deco-style stone building from the 1930s is the historical Masonic headquarters and meeting place. The building isn’t just about the past.