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    Londres, E17

    1 room av.

    Faustine L

    Faustine

    £655

    monthly

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    London, W3

    1 room av.

    Central Line
    Simone M

    Simone

    £164

    weekly

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    London, SE13

    1 room av.

    Docklands Light Railway
    Eliana B

    Eliana

    £864

    monthly

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    London, NW10

    2 rooms av.

    Bakerloo Line
    Faustine L

    Faustine

    £347

    weekly

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    London, E14

    1 room av.

    Docklands Light Railway
    Jubilee Line
    Fabio D

    Fabio

    £682

    monthly

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    London, W2

    2 rooms av.

    Central Line
    Circle Line
    District Line
    Julie D

    Julie

    £255

    weekly

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    Londres, NW1

    2 rooms av.

    Bakerloo Line
    Circle Line
    District Line
    Hammersmith & City Line
    Jubilee Line
    Metropolitan Line
    Julie D

    Julie

    £268

    weekly

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    London, SE14

    1 room av.

    Alf C

    Alf

    £691

    monthly

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    London,

    1 room av.

    Fabio D

    Fabio

    £691

    monthly

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Lifestyle - London

There’s an endless list of things to do in London along the twelve tube lines that run through the 39 London boroughs and it means that each resident can craft a unique experience. Whether intending to start a career, study at a world class institution or raise a family, London can fulfil your every need.

London prides itself on the historical landmarks, perfectly trimmed parks and aligned victorian houses. The Parliament, the Tower of London, London Bridge, Buckingham Palace, Regent’s Park, Hyde Park and countless other symbolic landmarks highlight the city’s traditional British heritage. The city, populated by many international communities, blends a strong sense of British culture to a cosmopolitan vibe like no other city.

London is a hub for a multitude of different industries. Banking and finance, services and hospitality, media and technology, tourism and retail; professional services are some of the industries with concentrated activity in London. With this variety of employment sectors, London offers a place to work for any combination of skills and interests.

Finance hubs
Different parts of the city are associated with different industries and firms. The area around Bank Tube station and St Paul's Cathedral, is home to most of the city’s financial centre. Consultancy firms, banks and insurance firms locate here to take advantage of the skills and networks that the City offers. Further east stands Canary Wharf, an impressive skyscraper development on the site of the old docklands, hosting the remainder of London’s financial services industry.

Creative and Media centers
Soho gathers a large number of creative industries, with the rest tending to locate in trendier eastern districts of Shoreditch and Hackney. Television production, advertising and media agencies of all types inhabit the quaint buildings near Tottenham Court Road and Oxford Circus with the headquarters (HQ) of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) at the top of Regent Street. Legal services, another flagship industry for London, tend to be located around Holborn and Chancery Lane. Law firms of all specialities are based in the heart of the city near the site of the historical Royal Courts of Justice.

Tech and Web
London is also rapidly becoming a leading tech hub. Tech companies are starting up and locating here to serve the city’s thriving economy with companies such as Google, Facebook and Amazon establishing some of their largest offices in Central London. The renown “Silicon Roundabout” at Old Street is being entirely redeveloped to cater for the hundreds of thriving new start-ups.

Studying in London
As a place to learn, London has something suited for students of all types, whether to study at some of the world’s best universities or to learn English. There are numerous formal degrees and qualifications available but also part-time study options and short courses that could fit around employment. For example, Central St. Martins, part of the University of the Arts London (UAL) offers evening courses ranging from fashion marketing to fine arts to graphic design. Different to campus universities, the main buildings and accommodation for students are spread across Greater London's thirty-two boroughs. One of the few campus universities located in south-eastern London, University of Greenwich, is worth visiting for it’s iconic architecture and sweeping lawns.

Students can complement their study schedule with work or leisure opportunities. Whether you want to do a part-time internship with a charity, learn to code or assist on a film set, London is the ideal city to follow your passions alongside your studies.

Entertainment
London’s entertainment scene is one-of-a-kind. Possibilities range from Broadway musicals, to award-winning theatre plays to lively bars, to traditional pubs and many exclusive and glamorous clubs. The nightlife in London is vibrant and caters for music lovers of every genre. London’s west end around Mayfair is a popular place for those wanting to sip on sophisticated cocktails and experience some exclusive venues with the city’s elite. Nearby Soho has hundreds of clubs, pubs, bars and restaurants and is the centre of London's vibrant gay scene. It also houses established venues such as Ronnie Scott’s jazz club that hosts world class late-night jazz performances. Soho attracts many tourists, especially at the weekends. For those wanting a night out under the radar, London's Eastern and Southern districts have more niche clubs and bars hosting specialist music nights that go on until morning.

London’s underground scene
Shoreditch, or ‘the ditch’ was once known as an underground area reserved for hipsters, home to to the most cutting edge nights; now referred to as a more established and gentrified area with larger clubs and nights hosting world renowned DJ’s in venues such as XOYO, East Village and the Book Club. Nearby Dalston is known to be a bustling area with popular clubs such as The Nest and Dalston Superstore. Further afield in some of London's southern districts such as Peckham, Brixton and Vauxhall you can find some of the most up-and-coming venues and nights that are less frequented by tourists. If you travel to The Bussey building in Peckham you can find energetic nights covering a mix of genres and a 5000 sq ft roof terrace with panoramic views of the city.

Pub culture
For a more relaxed affair, one of the capital's 7,000 pubs should do the trick. London is famous for it's pubs and regardless of where you are in the city a local pub is never more than a stone's throw away. Many serve typical English pub food such as fish and chips and Sunday roast accompanied by a wide range of local beers and ciders. Pubs have a rich history with many in the heart of the city dating back to the 14th and 15th centuries.

Flatshare in London
Finding a place to live in London can be tricky, with housing prices increasing frequently in a city known for some of the highest rental prices in the world. Flatshares and house shares are not only a great way of reducing living costs but can also be a truly enriching way to experience London. Compatibility is key in building the ideal flatshare and choosing a room to rent in a flatshare with like-minded people is bound to add value to any London experience. There are thousands of flat hunters seeking different house dynamics, from the student party house to the young professionals looking for a quiet night in. Sharing a roof with people with common interests enhances any living arrangement. Regarding accommodation standards, single rooms, double rooms, or en-suite rooms, are adapted to different budgets. The wide range of accommodation options available and people to share it with makes it easy for London to feel like home.

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    London, E8

    1 room av.

    Jane L

    Jane

    £657

    monthly

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    London, nw8

    1 room av.

    Bakerloo Line
    Circle Line
    District Line
    Hammersmith & City Line
    Daniele C

    Daniele

    £105

    weekly

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    London, N1

    1 room av.

    Martin E

    Martin

    £302

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    London, N15

    1 room av.

    Victoria Line
    oscar U

    oscar

    £116

    weekly

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    London, N16

    1 room av.

    oscar U

    oscar

    £586

    monthly

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    London, e7

    3 rooms av.

    Ezgi S

    Ezgi

    £657

    monthly

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    London, W2

    2 rooms av.

    Central Line
    Circle Line
    District Line
    Julie D

    Julie

    £259

    weekly

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    London, W3

    1 room av.

    Matteo M

    Matteo

    £778

    monthly

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    London, SE28

    1 room av.

    Russell P

    Russell

    £328

    monthly