Having being built in the 19th century it is known as one of the grandest and prevalent squares found in London. The name Belgrave Square originates from the use of subsidiary title by the Duke of Westminster, the viscount of Belgrave.
Many foreign delegations and embassies are also located in the square, some of them being the German, Italian and the Turkish. With attractions such as the Wellington Arch and Apsley House just walking distant away, a visit to the Belgrave Square is totally worth your time spent. And a peek into the Mecca of chocolate the Rococo, just a few minutes walk from the Belgrave Square is any chocoholics dream comes true.