Victoria and Albert Museum

Kensington and Chelsea – Best Place in London

There are many contenders for the prize of being the “Best Area in London” but in our humble opinion, none of the other claimers to the throne can hold a candle to the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. An in-depth examination of the reasons for this will go way beyond the scope of the current text, so what we will try to do instead is provide you with some basic information about the borough that will help you get…

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Chelsea Theatre London

Three areas of London for real bohemians

London is a metropolis with quite many faces. There are the big financial districts that are to be found in the most central parts of the capital, especially the City and Canary Wharf in Tower Hamlets; the big comfortable suburbs of North London; the industrial estates to the east and of course, the bohemian quarters for the more artistically inclined among us. Here we are going to take a look at some of the most important places that fall into…

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Summer Day

Why is summer the best season of them all

Several weeks from now summer is going to be knocking on our doors. Many people consider it to be best season of them all indeed, even in a rainy place such as England. Here we recount several of the best reasons to believe that such a statement is nothing less than a true one. The sun actually makes us happier The amount of daylight we get during the months of summer is more than during any other time of the…

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High apartment building

How to Smoothly Move into a High-Rise Apartment

Although most people in London still prefer to live in a spacious Victorian or Georgian home, the market for high-rise apartments has been enjoying a steady growth over the last one decade. That is because many single individuals, young professionals and couples find such apartments more suitable for their lifestyle. If you are also planning to move into a high-rise building, you must keep in mind that apart from the regular planning and packing, you will also need to do…

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Tourist Stall

Living in a Tourist Area – Advantages and Disadvantages

One of the most exciting places to live in the English capital is certainly Central London. Unfortunately, this part of the Big Smoke is filled with tourists… which has its pros and cons. Disadvantages The most apparent disadvantage of living in a district that is popular among tourists is that it is incredibly crowded. That usually means huge traffic, not enough parking space and a lot of noise. Sounds like a nightmare, right! Tourists are also a magnet for thieves…

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Bromley College

A visit around Bromley

The largest Borough of the 32 of Greater London is Bromley and it is located in the southern part. Most of the territory of the Borough is within the Metropolitan Green Belt. It borders the London Boroughs of Lewisham, Greenwich, Bexley, Southwark and Lambeth. The majority of the population consists of British people but you can also meet people from all around the world. Most of them prefer to live in the northern and western part of the borough. It…

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Addington Palace

Croydon – the suburban paradise of London

London is definitely one of the best places in the world to live in. But when people are relocating to the capital, they are faced with an important decision – where exactly am I supposed to move? It all comes down to your preferences, needs and financial capabilities really. Some people prefer to be the centre of the action, and this is where Inner London comes to play. If you prefer comfort and to be away from all the stress…

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Clock Tower in Goodmayes

Discovering Redbridge

The Borough of Redbridge lies in the northern parts of London. It was created in 1965 and spreads over an area of 21.78 square miles. The borough has a population of almost 300.000 residents and a density rate of 14.000 people per square miles. It is one of the greenest areas in the English capital and is also the location of numerous prominent districts, places of interest, monuments and entertainment venues. Redbridge is also known for its thriving shopping areas…

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Haggerston station

Four great districts in the Borough of Hackney

Situated in the northern parts of London, Hackney is a small borough which covers 7.36 square miles. Despite it relatively tiny size, it has a population of about 270.000 and a density rate of 37.000 people per square mile. The borough is home to a large number of internationally known buildings, monument, parks and entertainment venues. It is also the location of some of the city’s most prominent residential and commercial districts and today we will present some of them…

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Enfield Market

Quick tour of the Enfield Borough

Enfield is London’s northernmost borough and shares common boundaries with the boroughs of Barnet, Waltham Forest and Haringey. It covers an area of 31.74 square miles and has a population of about 325.000 people. It also has a density rate of 10.000 people per square mile. Enfield is known among Londoners for being the location of numerous acclaimed educational institutions, internationally known entertainment venues and high profile museums and touristic sites. The area of Bulls Cross is situated in the…

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