1. Brick Lane to the Palm Tree #LondonWithTheLalit
Take a feel of Bengal in England while you walk down the Brick Lane, the heart of the city's Bangladeshi community. It is also known as Banglatown, famous for its many curry houses. The area has regular display of graffiti and also hosts vibrant exhibitions by art and fashion students. You can choose to have a Cockney experience at The Palm Tree. A popular pub bathed in a red hue, where you can always find engaging jazz sessions.
2. Borough Market to Camden Town #LondonWithTheLalit
Pick yourself the choicest of food items from the Borough Market, a wholesale and retail food market in Southwark, London. It is one of the largest and oldest food markets in London. Pay a visit to Camden Town, one of the most popular hubs of retail, tourism and entertainment. Experience the best of alternative culture with the street markets and music venues in the area.
3. Borough Market to Dulwich Village #LondonWithTheLalit
Pick you favourites from South London’s local markets, enjoy a walk on the boutique-lined streets and through the leafy parks. Go to the Dulwich Village, also known as the village High Street, located entirely within the boundaries of the London Borough of Southwark.
4. Old Spitalfields Market to Crate Brewery #LondonWithTheLalit
Shop in the market in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, which is on the site for over 350 years, called Old Spitalfields Market. You can explore your favourite sport in the athletes' Olympic Village and several of the sporting venues of the Olympic Park. Sip in some fresh brewed beer from local micro-brewery in old factory in its recycled decor and savour the inventive pizzas.
5. Smithfield Market to St. Bartholomew’s Norman Church #LondonWithTheLalit
Smithfield Market, a Grade II listed-covered market building, showcases the dominant architectural feature of the area. The local markets feature range from crowded, multicultural Brick Lane to elegant stalls in Spitalfields. Encounter serenity at Priory Church of St Bartholomew the Great, sometimes abbreviated to Great St Bart's, is an Anglican church in West Smithfield within the City of London.
6. Peckhamplex to Peckham Rye Arches #LondonWithTheLalit
Enjoy the unique neighbourhood in Peckham, truly authentic and full of hidden gems in form of its interesting places to visit – from pleasant cafés and engaging art galleries to fun rooftop bars and independent cinemas. Peckham offers a multi-cultural and eclectic environment. Peckham Arch is a unique 35m span structure, constructed in 1994 as monument to and as instigator of regeneration in a borough which had suffered from years of decline.