A homage to Temple
Temple, sometimes referred to as �The Temple�, as a small area of central London centred around the 12th-century Temple Church. It's known as one of the major legal districts of London and an active hub for the English legal profession, both historically and today. The temple itself was originally a home to the Knights Templar until their dissolution in 1337. Today, the area is home to many barristers' chambers, solicitor's offices and other legal establishments.
Potter around Pimlico
The small, charming district of Pimlico will open visitors' eyes to parts of the city that don't carry much of a reputation, but are certainly worth a look. You can cross the Grade II-listed Vauxhall Bridge into Lambeth, stroll past historical sites like St George's Square and St Saviour's Church, and visit famous arts venues like the Tate Britain. With delectable restaurants like Millbank Spice and various quaint, smaller cafes, you'll be able to make a day of your visit to this lovely corner of the city.
Be dazzled by the masterpieces of The Tate Britain
The Tate Britain is the home of the largest collection of British art in the world, housing a wide range of pieces dating from the Tudor period to the present day. Here, visitors can get an intimate look at masterpieces by artists like Hogarth, Millais, Gainsborough, as well as the largest collection of JMW Turner works in the world.
Planning a trip to Temple? Travelodge London Central Covent Garden Hotel is 15 minutes away via public transport, and Travelodge London Central Bank Hotel can be reached in just over 10 minutes.