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London Neighbourhoods

London Neighbourhoods

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Published by James Steele
While the global image of London may be of red double-decker buses and royal guards in funny hats, there’s actually much more depth and diversity to the city once you dig a bit deeper.
While the global image of London may be of red double-decker buses and royal guards in funny hats, there’s actually much more depth and diversity to the city once you dig a bit deeper.

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Published by: James Steele on Jul 31, 2012
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L
ONDON’S
 
T
RENDIEST
N
EIGHBOURHOODS
 
C
HELSEA
Once a hub for bohemians andcreative-types (indeed, the formerhome of Oscar Wilde), this Londonneighbourhood is now best known forthe affluence and wealth showcased inthe popular TV series
‘Made
in Chelsea.
 It remains home to some fantasticmuseums and galleries, as well as itsfair share of 
hoppin’
bars and clubs.
HotSpots:
 
 
I
SLINGTON
HotSpots:
Situated just northeast of central London, this busy neighbourhood isalways bustling with activity, day and night.In recent decades
it’s
become an increasingly desirable place to live,thanks to its convenient location and eclectic mixture of independent shops and pubs.If 
you’re
going out in Islington,
‘Angel’
is the place to be.

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