The best Neighbourhoods in London
Discover your dream Neighbourhood in the big city of London
London is a diverse and vibrant city with many different neighborhoods to choose from. Each area has its own unique character, amenities and lifestyle. If you are thinking of moving to London, it's important to research the different neighborhoods to find the one that best suits your needs and preferences. In this post, we go over some of the most popular neighborhoods in London amongst expats.
Notting Hill is an upscale neighborhood located in the west of the city. It's known for its colorful houses, independent shops, and trendy bars and restaurants. It also has a very culturally diverse history and it’s home to the famous Notting Hill Carnival.
Greenwich is a historic neighborhood located in southeast London. The area is known for its maritime history, as well as its picturesque architecture and green spaces. Greenwich is also home to the Royal Observatory and the Prime Meridian line, which marks the dividing point between the eastern and western hemispheres.
Known for its lively atmosphere and diverse culture, Camden is a popular choice for young expats. The neighborhood is home to a large range of shops, restaurants, and bars, as well as the famous Camden Market. Camden is really well-connected to the rest of London via public transportation.
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Islington is a trendy and upscale neighborhood, known for its tree-lined streets, independent shops and restaurants, and the famous Upper Street. The area is home to many young professionals and families, and is well-connected to the rest of London via public transportation.
Clapham is a popular and trendy neighborhood, known for its village-like look but modern atmosphere. The area is home to a variety of shops, restaurants, and bars, as well as two large common areas, Clapham Common and Wandsworth Common. Clapham is really well-connected to the rest of London via public transportation.
Hackney is located in east London and is known for its vibrant arts and music scene. The area is home to several popular markets, such as Broadway Market and London Fields. Hackney has access to the rest of the city via the overground and underground.
Chelsea is known as an affluent neighborhood located in West London, near high-end shops, restaurants, and bars, as well as the famous King's Road. It’s one the areas closest to the city centre but with relatively higher rental prices.
Shoreditch is a trendy neighborhood in East London, known for its street art, independent shops and restaurants, and the famous Brick Lane. The area is home to many young professionals and artists, and is in the heart of the up and coming Tech & Arts scene in central London.
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