FORBES: LONDON'S FEBRUARY CULTURE CRUSH: WHAT TO SEE AND DO IN THE CAPITAL

What To See And Do In The Capital

Visit King's Cross: This is one of the largest redevelopments in London, now it's bustling with people thanks to the cool architecture, contemporary stores, and the very many restaurants.

Situated between King’s Cross and St Pancras railway stations, German Gymnasium was originally constructed in 1864 for the German Gymnastic Society. It was the first of its kind in England and the first venue to host the National Olympic Games in London. Now, however, this Grade II listed Victorian building has been considerately transformed into a Grand Café and bar serving Mittel-European cuisine and beloved brunches.

Working closely with English Heritage, the building’s original splendor has been highlighted and the diners within the 150-seat brasserie are able to look up at the intricate roof or onto Battle Bridge Square.

While you are there, wander around the neighboring Coal Drops Yard development, and take up one of the Barecorre pop-up classes at the Wolf & Badger store. Barrecore integrates the fat-burning format of interval training to tone with static stretches to lengthen your muscles. It's known for reshaping your entire body, and fast.While you are there, wander around the neighbouring Coal Drops Yard development, and take up one of the Barecorre pop-up classes at the Wolf & Badger store. Barrecore integrates the fat-burning format of interval training to tone with static stretches to lengthen your muscles. It's known for reshaping your entire body, and fast.'

This is a write up by Forbes. Read the full article here.

"It's known for reshaping your entire body, and fast."