In a society as seemingly “prim and proper” as the British one, sometimes you can find small acts of rebellion in the form of creative expression. Many cities have strange things that are worth visiting, and London is no exception. Statues, art, museums and even homes can offer some of
Seeing the historic centre of London from a skyscraper is always a pleasure, but not everyone can or wants to spend £25 for the ticket (as you have to for other famous buildings). Luckily for us, the new Sky Garden of London in the famous building 20 Fenchurch Street, better
We know it. We are aware London is one of the most expensive cities in the world to live in. We also know we have come here to save up, not to spend too much money or go on so many trips that we feel sorry for ourselves later back
You want to keep saving money, right? Of course you do! That's why we have created this list of 90 things you can do for free in London. Yes, that’s right—without spending a single pound! The different activities are separated into sections so you can go straight to the ones
A few weeks ago London officially replaced Hong Kong as the world’s most expensive city to live in. So let’s talk about the typical dilemma between sharing and living alone in line with our budget...
There is no perfect formula for finding the best location to live in in London. You
One of the most famous shopping areas of London, known as Camden Market, Camden Lock or even Camden Lock Market, is located in the London borough of Camden. Camden Market is not just a place, but a set of markets within the city. These include: Camden Lock, The Stables, Canal
London is known for its Michelin star restaurants and for its competition with Paris for the title of ‘Europe’s gastronomic capital’. If you are looking for an experience beyond good food, the capital has extraordinary restaurants that are known for their eccentricity, extravagance and rarity. Here we present you with
Did you know that there was a day dedicated to squirrels? Whether it’s on that day or not, many of you probably like enjoying their company in one of London’s parks. We sure love spotting them, calling them and enticing them over with the help of a handful of peanuts...
During the past 2,000 years, the people of London have built some of the most historic buildings in the world. These buildings, which were built centuries ago, have survived devastating fires and wars and were home to some of the most important people in British and even world history. Still
London: the great jungle of classes, multiculturalism and hundreds of job profiles (and hundreds of expats, of course). We could define the city in a thousand ways, but if anything comes to mind first, it’s the phrase "rent through the roof ". Renting a room or an apartment in the