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Bank

Today, the area of Bank is commonly associated with business, and if you take a stroll through its streets during office hours you’ll find them filled with workers.

Canary Wharf and the Docklands

Long before the Shard dominated London’s skyline, 1 Canada Square was the globally-recognised symbol of the city’s financial and corporate service industry

Clerkenwell

Filled with narrow streets, cobbled alleyways and secret squares, Clerkenwell boasts a wealth of green space.

Covent Garden

Covent Garden – at the heart of London’s famous West End – is the home of theatre and music, including the magnificent, Royal Opera House

King’s Cross

The neighbourhood of King’s Cross is changing rapidly. A gateway to this city, the area is becoming home to an increasing number of Londoners.

Knightsbridge

Knightsbridge is home to many of London’s wealthy inhabitants and is where you can find striking Regency architecture as well as neat little cobbled mews

London Bridge / Borough

The area surrounding London Bridge and Borough is immensely popular with visitors and locals alike and is one of the busiest parts of south London

Marylebone

The pronunciation of the name of this area divides even life-long resident Londoners. Whether you call it ‘Marry-leh-bon’ or ‘Marly-bone’, this neighbourhood is undoubtedly one of the most exclusive addresses in the city.

Mayfair

With a well-established heritage, this area is known as being quintessentially British while boasting high class style and a touch of eccentricity.

Midtown

Midtown is a popular spot with tourists and workers in search of somewhere to escape the office for a lunchtime sandwich spot, or post-work drink

Paddington

With its rich history associated with the Royal Family, science and even literature, Paddington is an area of London that is familiar with most thanks to its railway station

Shoreditch

Once a notoriously seedy corner of East London, Shoreditch is now one of the city’s hottest locations

Soho

Soho retains a reputation for entertainment and eating thanks to the wealth of restaurants, bars and clubs that line its main roads and narrow side streets.

St. Paul’s

The magnificent St Paul’s Cathedral is one of London’s most popular tourist attractions, but stray just a little way off the busy roads that surround the cathedral and there are plenty of hidden gems to discover

Victoria

Surrounded by the affluent areas of Belgravia, Westminster and Pimlico, Victoria is rapidly becoming more than just a railway station and coach stop.

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