Must-See Districts in London Featured

Beat being overwhelmed in the sprawling city with our what to know guide about London's best neighbourhoods.

Never been to London? Even if you have been as many times as you can count, each neighbourhood is ever evolving and developing. We've helped you out with our LUXOS guide of what you need to know about all the major areas in the city.

Covent Garden - Shopping

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Designer shopping, delightful theatre and delicious dining; Covent Garden has something for everyone. A major draw for Locals and tourists alike, Convent Garden is the epitome of British culture. No designer shop is too cool and no watering hole too far away. If you are looking for the full London experience in a short time, head to Covent Garden.

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West End - Entertainment

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The West End is known for it’s glamorous shops but even more for it's sparkling night life. With bustling bars and late night coffee shops, you'll be painting the town red until the small hours. Home to film, famous theatres and many iconic London monuments, It is no that this is one of the city's most visited areas, by locals and tourists alike.

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Peckham - Art


Over the years London’s art scene has relocated and can now be found in the bustling district of Peckham. As an emerging area, the bustling atmosphere has become one of the most prominent areas, for artists and students. Home to two of the most prominent rooftop bars, the night life can be spent in cinemas or trendy cafes. From shopping in Rye Lane to  wine bars and of course the numerous pubs; put on your favourite casual outfit and head on down to Peckham for a good old knees up.

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Kensington - Historically Regal

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Not only is Kensington home to the Royal family, but it is one of the most affluent ares in in London. Public gardens such as Kensginton, and Dutch gardens are now pleasurable environments that have been made open to the public. Music has a strong presence in this district with the Royal College of Music in close proximity.The Serptine Galleries are two contemporary art galleries that have exhibitions on architecture and history.

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