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Richmond Park Highlights for Families

richmond park

In the quiet, pastoral landscape of Richmond Park it’s hard to believe that you are still in the city of London. Peaceful green hills and woodlands with ancient trees are filled with deer, butterflies and birds and will make you feel like you are miles away from the hustle and bustle. It’s a great neighbourhood for kids because it is … Continue reading

Highlights for Shoppers in Brixton

brixton market

If you love shopping, the London borough of Brixton offers a number of superb markets, boutiques and malls where you can hunt down that elusive purchase. Whether you are looking for discount clothing, designer garb or that quirky one of a kind vintage piece, there are many opportunities to find it in Brixton. It’s a welcoming, friendly and walkable neighbourhood … Continue reading

Great Places to Eat in Barnes

Indian Zilla Barnes

Barnes is only a 30 minute train ride outside of central London, but it has its own unique small country village vibe. This peaceful London suburb is home to a fantastic culinary scene offering a wonderful choice of restaurants. Whether you are in the mood for a laid back pub, a classy café or a fine dining restaurant you will … Continue reading

Tips for Days out in Dulwich

dulwich park

While Dulwich is still in London, as you stroll down these quiet streets you almost feel like you are no longer in the capital. The land was once orchards and woodland and these days it has a pleasant country feel and most gardens will have at least one fruit tree.
Although it was badly damaged during the way, this old Victorian … Continue reading

Dulwich’s Best Boutique Shops

Dulwich Boutiques

An afternoon of perusing the boutiques in Dulwich is a shopping enthusiast’s dream. This lovely London village has many independent stores, unique boutiques and creative shops where you will find gorgeous and fashionable treasures. This affluent area has the feel of a small village and it is a very pleasant place to walk around and explore. As many of the … Continue reading

How to Enjoy Brixton’s Cultural Melting Pot

Brixton Village

 
The culture in Brixton is wonderfully diverse and one of the main perks of living here is the chance to travel all around the world without leaving your neighbourhood. There are cultural influences from many different countries and over 130 languages are spoken in the area. The local markets sell food from multiple continents and there are often music and … Continue reading

Clapham’s Best Restaurants

Clapham Restaurant

The London neighbourhood of Clapham is home to several fantastic restaurants that offer delicious food and an unforgettable atmosphere. Many people are flocking to this neighbourhood to enjoy fine dining and authentic cuisine from all over the world. Whether you are looking for Thai food, Spanish tapas, barbeque, pizza or any other type of cuisine you are likely to find … Continue reading

Hampstead’s Best Restaurants for Families

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Hampstead has a great selection of restaurants and whether you are in the mood for French, Italian or classic English grub you will find plenty of excellent spots to choose from. If you are taking the kids out for a meal, you are probably looking for a family friendly establishment where your little ones will be welcome. A good family … Continue reading

Famous Residents of Regent’s Park

Regents Park bandstand

Regent’s Park is a beautiful 395 acre green space in London, designed by John Nash and offering a retreat from the busy capital city. It has more than 12,000 fragrant and beautiful roses as well as the London Zoo, an Open Air Theatre and the largest outdoor sports arena in central London. The grand terraces that border the park have … Continue reading

Five Great Things to Do in Wandsworth

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Wandsworth is a peaceful and quiet borough of London, consisting of housing built in the 19th century and several green commons. Located along the Thames, it is a lovely place to live with a laid back vibe. The area near to Clapham Common is popular with young professionals who commute to the city and the Tooting area is home to … Continue reading