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Their borders overlap one another, all within close proximity of Westminster, they are well known for their affluence & culture.
Also known as Midtown, the areas of Bloomsbury and Holborn have a rich history with the arts that is still present today.
Canary Wharf is the second of the capital’s major business districts, home to many major financial companies, along with big names in the media and energy industries.
In the south-west of London, Chelsea has a reputation for being home to many wealthy and affluent residents.
The City of London is the capital’s major trading and financial zone. It is entirely surrounded by Greater London and known as the Square Mile.
Clerkenwell was once home to many breweries, distilleries, watchmakers and printers. In recent years, the area has welcomed lots of architects and designers and now hosts an annual Design Week.
Fitzrovia is an inner London neighbourhood with a mix of homes, commercial premises, medical and educational institutions. The neighbourhood has wide disparities of wealth.
Kings Cross is a booming tech hub, with two major train stations, thousands pass-through this buzzing location each day.
Marylebone is a chic residential area of London which has a real village feel and unique ambience with its array of coffee bars, eateries and luxury retail outlets.
Mayfair is synonymous worldwide with luxury and is home to the rich and famous. The streets are lined with five star hotels, the finest restaurants and bars, plus elegant Georgian townhouses.
Paddington is a thriving part of London, thanks to big investment in a regeneration project. The number of tube stations close by is modest, with just Paddington, Edgware Road and Lancaster Gate.
Originally a fashionable district for the aristocracy, this area still remains at the heart of London’s nightlife. It is the home of London’s theatre land, an array of interesting restaurants, and many live music venues.
Victoria is famous for being one of London’s busiest transport hubs as it is home to both a mainline train and coach station. This provides the area with good national links, and the train station is also served by the Gatwick Express line.