Walk with tigers at London’s St Pancras

Released on: February 20, 2013, 8:00 am
Industry: Travel

Tiger-themed exhibition at the international railway station

-- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Travellers, businessmen and holidaymakers should not forget to make Kings Cross St Pancras a destination in itself this spring, as the station continues to make a name for itself as more than just somewhere to pass through.

As well as wonderful new hotels in the area and an increasing profusion of bars, the station itself continues arich cultural program that includes music, live performance and art and activism.

And this March it hosts Tiger Tracks, an initiative supported by Joanna Lumley.

Tiger Tracks invites visitors to St Pancras International to take a walk on the wild side as they wait for their train - with tiger themed activities including music, entertainment and a photographic exhibition.

The event runs for three weeks from 1st March 2013. What is more, many of the bars, restaurants and shops at the station are taking part so make sure to look out for promotions and events that all the family can take part in.

The event culminates with an exclusive champagne reception and black tie Gala dinner at the 5 star St Pancras Renaissance Hotel on 21st March. A £300 ticket includes champagne reception, dinner and entertainment as well as the support of a good cause - saving the wild tiger.

Those looking to find decent hotels near kings cross can turn to HotelMap, the interactive live guide that sources rooms and deals in London: deals on 1 st March include £176 for a luxurious double room at the aforementioned St Pancras Renaissance Hotel. Or why not try an apartment, for £78 a night, on Cartwright Gardens. http://www.LondonTown.com




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