W10 is a postcode area in the Paddington district of London. It falls under the local authority of the City of Westminster, Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, and the Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. North Kensington and Queens Park are the main areas that are included in W10. The enormous Trellick Tower is one of the chief attractions in the area, housing the who’s who of London society. The extraordinary Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising are another huge draw in the vicinity, bringing in people from all over the world who are curious to get a closer look at more than 200 years of British consumerism.
Many theatre companies occupy office space in various parts of W10. PR consultants, creative businesses, builders, media companies, real estate agents and investment consultants are the other main businesses in the area. The cosmopolitan and vibrant nature of the area attracts a large number of visitors, adding to the commercial appeal of the region.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The Tabernacle Arts Centre is a well known entertainment venue in W10, attracting thousands of visitors for the varied performances, theatre shows, and art exhibitions held here regularly. For after hours partying, the Fat Badger pub is a splendid place to go. W10 is a great locality for some delectable Mediterranean food prepared in an authentic and classic manner. The best place to sample such delights is Cafe Oporto. If you’re a fan of Portuguese cuisine, Lisboa restaurant is a great place to try.
Depending on which neighbourhood you are in, you will have access to numerous tube stations that provide connectivity to the underground network. Some of these are Westbourne Park, Ladbroke Grove, Royal Oak, and Queens Park. For access to services on the mainline, you need to head to Kensington Olympia or Paddington railway stations. A large number of road and bus routes can also be used to get around the city.