Famed for its extremely wealthy residents, Belgravia is full of little leafy squares and expensive restaurants. The roads around the area are designed in an extraordinary way; if you look close at the streets, you’ll notice that they curve in opposite directions. This is so that the whole location can be transformed into one large park. Sadly, some of the parks here are reserved exclusively for residents, so you won’t be able to access them as a tourist. Thankfully, Belgravia is about more than just a couple of parks. Whether you’re here for one day or an entire week, you’ll spend a very relaxing time with some of London’s best concerts, restaurants, escorts, and cinemas. We highly recommend making your way to Sloan Square. Once there, you can book a concert at the Cadogan Halls, where BBC Radio 3 performs their lunchtime gigs there. Tickets are for free, but remember to apply in advance in order to qualify for the concert. Last but not least, you can take a picnic trip to the Cadogan Place Gardens, which is the perfect place to relax, given it’s relatively quiet in comparison with other areas in the city.