With restrictions fully lifted and a lot of investment rolling around London, we believe it is
going to be one of best cities in the world to live in coming years. So when you are moving
to London, we know choosing the area you want to live in can be a challenging decision. To
help you out, we’ve put together our list of the top places in London that you’ll want to
check out if you are moving to the city in the next year.

Marylebone attracts a varied group of residents, ranging from students to investors and
those working in the tech industry. It’s full of character, pretty and you’ll find plenty of cafes
and pubs to spend your free time in. While the area was previously mainly visited by tourists
heading to local attractions, in the past few years, it’s attracted many more young people
looking for a safe and welcoming area to live in. It has wonderful, cute ‘little pockets’ where
you can have an oasis in the Zone 1 London.

Baker Street
Baker Street is located within Marylebone and is well known for its connection to Sherlock
Holmes. However, it’s now an area that’s not just reserved for tourists and is an attractive
area for anyone looking to relocate to the city. You are well connected here with the tube,
and you’ll find there are some lovely outdoor spaces and restaurants to explore at the
weekends. It again is a place with more and more bars and pubs popping up some of the
best cocktail bars in town. Check out the celeb hangout, Chiltern Firehouse.

Camden Town
Camden Town is one of the most popular areas in London with young people looking to live
in the city. The location here is unbeatable, and there’s always something exciting going on
to keep you entertained. It’s one of the most diverse locations in the city and offers a good
mix of sophisticated and more casual bars and restaurants to visit in your downtime. This is
a place that nearly sleeps, and you can live life on the edge should you wish.

If you are looking to live in the heart of the action, Soho is THE place to base yourself. For
anyone who is working in a centrally located office, Soho is well connected and within
walking distance of many of the tourist areas in London. This area is beyond bohemian but
these days It is known for being safe, and it’s well-lit for walking around at night-time. While
this is one of the more expensive areas to stay in, it’s usually worth the additional cost for
the location and the buzz.

Liverpool Street
Liverpool Street has undergone considerable renovations in recent years, and it is now an
attractive area for both locals and visitors to spend time in. It’s ideal for commuting
anywhere in the city for work, as the station is so well connected. The area is particularly
popular with both creatives and those working in the city, and you’ll find some lovely
modern properties on offer here. The key benefit of living in Liverpool is that you are next
door to Shoreditch.

Swiss Cottage
If you are looking for somewhere a little more relaxed to escape the hustle and bustle of the
city, consider moving to Swiss Cottage. It’s within a short distance of Primrose Hill,
Hampstead Heath, and Regent’s Park, all of which would be ideal for spending time when
you are finished with work. Swiss Cottage is a great area for young couples or those who are
looking for somewhere quieter to live.

These are just a few of our favourite places to live in London, and as you can see, it’s such a
diverse and exciting place to live. For more information about renting a room in any of the
locations listed above, don’t hesitate to contact our friendly team today.

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