London is the crown jewel and capital of the United Kingdom. Not only is it a top attraction for leisure travellers (thanks in part to the many museums and attractions) but it is also popular with business travellers who come everyday to settle a new deal. From the delights of Canary Wharf, Shoreditch, Aldgate, Fitzrovia and many more areas, travellers like yourself will find many great attractions in London.
Staying in London is a treat no matter why you’re in the capital. But finding the right accommodation in London is tricky. There’s many hotels to stay in and many places to rent out for a couple of days.
To save all the hassle though, it is best if you check out the many serviced apartments in London that we have in our extensive catalogue. They have all the homely features that can make any extended stay in London a real pleasure. From studios, 1 bedroom apartments and so much more, you’ll find what you need in no time.
There’s many things to do in London. From the London Eye, Leicester Square, Oxford Circus, the British Museum, the Palace of Westminster, the National Gallery and so many more - you’ll be spoilt for choice.
We also have the perfect moving to London guide that has all the info you need to become a London local as soon as you land. Not only that, it has a whole section dedicated to the attractions of London.
Before you arrive you need to know where to eat, shop and all sorts. Here’s some tips to help:
Food lovers will be left astounded at the sheer amount of places to eat in London. We all love to dine out and this city more than compensates for those that love fine dining or even just a casual get together.
Rather than giving you an exhausting list, you can check out the best restaurants right here in our London area guides.
If there’s one thing that people love doing in London, it’s shopping. And who can blame them? There’s the delights of Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus, Holborn, Westfield and so many more shopping areas.
If shopping is your thing then you can check out the best places to shop in our meticulously researched area guide.
You know the big ones, surely? There’s the London Eye, Leicester Square, Oxford Circus, the British Museum, the Palace of Westminster, the National Gallery and many other top London attractions.
You can even check out our chapter on London sightseeing in our exceptional London Relocation Guide.
We all know the infamous ways to get around London: the Underground, red double decker buses and black cabs.They have become the staples of London travel and are recognisable all over the world.
Our London relocation guide has all you need to know about travelling in London in one handy chapter.
Being a huge capital city, you’ll find that London has plenty of small businesses (and large corporate ones) that grace the streets and the skyscrapers. If you’re in the capital for a meeting with a huge financial client then you may be heading to Canary Wharf, Liverpool Street or Aldgate. Smaller and trendy businesses can be found in Shoreditch.