13 reasons to go to North End Road
North End Road might run through the middle of posh west London but it’s a beguiling place worth visiting.
Discover the best things to do, see, eat and drink in Fulham and its surrounding areas, from lovely green spots to upmarket dining.
There are a whole host of reasons to head to Fulham and its surrounding areas. Just a short tube journey south from Earl's Court on the District Line, you'll find a cornucopia of restaurants, including the famous River Café, with something on offer for every price range. Likewise, there's no shortage of watering holes, and the area boasts an eclectic mix of bars and pubs. Its location means that, nearby, there are lovely green spots and riverside walks, and footie fanatics can often be found roaming around due to its proximity to Stamford Bridge and Craven Cottage.
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