Named after Finsbury Park, the local area is a bustling multicultural neighbourhood which in recent years has seen it blossom into one of London’s up and coming areas of interest.
The park itself hosts lovely green spaces and a host of interesting shops you won’t find anywhere else. It’s not just wildlife nesting in Finsbury Park though, as it also hosts a wide range of events and sporting facilities in addition to being a gentle and peaceful area of the bustling metropolis of London.
Part of the attraction to the area for many is Stroud Green Market which provides a wide range of produce from local traders which includes homemade delicacies and fresh goods – all from the local area. Whether it’s a lovely artisan coffee you’re after, some freshly baked treats or flavourful cheeses, there is so much on offer that you won’t find anywhere else.
Close to Finsbury Park you’ll find two goliaths of the football world. First off, you’ll discover Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium and just a few miles further north are their fierce rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
Both clubs are pillars of English football and if you’re lucky enough to have a ticket for a game, Finsbury Park is just minutes away from both. It’s not just on match day though that you can visit these two stadiums, as both host concerts from major artists and run stadium tours and have a museum, so you can indulge in a spot of football fever any day of the week.
As well as its attractions and close proximity to a whole host of events, Finsbury Park is also a hub to the rest of London thanks to the underground station opposite the Maldron Hotel Finsbury Park. Located on the Piccadilly and Victoria line, London’s major attractions are all within reach including Leicester Square, Covent Garden and Oxford Circus. In addition, you’ll also be able to connect to important stations and locations for onward travel like King’s Cross, St Pancras and even Heathrow.