Yes this is the entrance in a way to Neals Yard which itself is a great little hidden gem of an area that you should visit Neal Street itself is unfortunately full of national branded shops now and not little local shops which are more unique
Neal street has many other smaller streets leading off it which now have the quirky shops in them instead of Neal Street itself which has the large chain fashion shops in it now instead Explore the surrounding streets such as Neals Yard as well as others
Charming and quirky with a little something for everyone: cafes, restaurants. boutiques. Colourful architecture and well worth the stroll on the way to Covent Garden.
This used to be such a lovely street in Covet Garden full of independent quirky places. Even the shopping centre that had some different stores that is closed for a massive development project. It is sad that this has lost the character that really added to the Covent Garden shopping scene. I wouldn't come back to Neal Street anymore -... 更多
Sadly, what used to be an interesting street full of charm and atmosphere with its independent shops and pleasant restaurants, became just another overcrowded, ordinary street like many others in the city.
Neal Street used to be a quaint street, full of individual and quirky independent shops and restaurants. Now it's like walking down a middle eastern bazaar. Or should that be eastern European bazaar. Most of the independent retailers left long ago and in moved the mega-brands. If this wasn't enough, you can't move twenty yards without being offered a free... 更多
We had travelled by tube to Covent Garden primarily to check out Covent Garden itself but also to walk on and take a look at Leicester Square. Whilst wandering around Covent Garden, we came upon Neal Street. At the time of our visit, late in the afternoon on a weekday, the street was “jam-packed” with people. After having walked along... 更多
Neal Street is a street in Covent Garden It is home to shops, restaurants, bars and entertainment venues. Many brand name stores and many small boutiques as well. Nice to walk down but also quite busy and full of tourists - be aware of your surroundings & your valuables.
There is plenty smallshops over there. There are two shops for body's care with very aggressive seller outside offering free samples , just ignore them and pass by , if not you gonna finished with buying something what you don't need. There was very nice vegetarian restaurant but is gone now.
I agree with several other reviewers that this street, which runs between Shaftesbury Avenue and Long Acre just to the north of Covent Garden, has 'gone downhill' in recent years. I walk along its length occasionally when I leave the British Museum for the Royal Opera House and just think it is a 'hotch-potch' of trendy shops and eateries with... 更多