This bustling area sees its main feature in the theatres that adorn the streets adjacent to the train station. The theatres in the district are among the most famous in the capital, two of which are the Apollo and the Victoria Palace Theatre. A little further south is the quieter neighbourhood of Pimlico, most of the houses dating back to the numerous urban plans in place in the second half of the 19th century. Pimlico is still today a famous and renowned neighbourhood for its tree-lined streets, it’s silent squares and its enchanting white stucco buildings characteristic of Regency style architecture. Despite being very close to Sloane square, Pimlico, as a neighbourhood, has managed to preserve the typical characteristics of a village, where there is still a strong sense of belonging to the community and which can easily be found among its residents. In addition, there are numerous original families who have handed down the possession of their homes from generation to generation.