St. Pancras is a dynamic and exciting neighborhood that’s also a significant transport hub, home to the King’s Cross and St. Pancras International railway stations. It’s also a center for arts and culture, with regular events along Regents Canal and Granary Square.
Step off the Eurostar at St. Pancras International and celebrate your arrival at Searchy’s, the longest champagne bar in Europe. Stroll across to the beautifully restored King’s Cross station to admire the modern arched glass roof and get a photo at Platform 9 ¾.
Literature lovers can explore the British Library, home to one of the largest collections in the world with over 14 million books. Fashionistas, meanwhile, can see promising designers and browse pop-up stores at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. If you’re interested in the local industrial history, take a heritage walk along Regents Canal and see the old Gas Holder No.8.
St. Pancras is serviced by six underground train lines at Russell Square and King’s Cross tube stations, as well as several bus routes. The neighborhood is small enough to explore on foot, but taxis, buses and trains are available.