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Frequently asked questions about London

How Public Transportation works in London?

There are 11 Underground or 'Tube' lines serving Greater London, which connect at various points to the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) and local rail network. London's bus network stretches right across the capital, and provides a frequent and accessible service. If you're using an Oyster card, a single trip costs £1.55. The Docklands Light Railway (DLR) serves East London and connects with the Tube network at BankLearn more

Bucket list of things to do and see in London

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How do I apply for a visa to stay in London?

Citizens of the European Union member-states, Norway, Liechtenstein, Iceland, Switzerland, and Overseas Countries and Territories (OCT) only require a valid passport to enter the UK. Residents of a further 10 countries do not require entry visas for stays under 6 months: the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, South Africa, Hong Kong, and Malaysia. Nationals of some further countries do not require a visa, but need to hold an entry certificate.Learn more

Best neighbourhood to live in London

London is a large and diverse city with many neighborhoods, each with its own character and atmosphere. Some neighborhoods, like Mayfair and Kensington, are known for their luxury shops and expensive properties, while others, like Camden and Brixton, are known for their vibrant arts and music scenes. Some areas, like the City of London and Canary Wharf, are mainly commercial and financial districts, and others, like Greenwich and Tower Hamlets, are more residentialLearn more

How to eat like a local in London?

Traditional British dishes like fish and chips, roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, and bangers and mash are available. Go to a pub for a pint and a hearty meal. Many pubs in London serve traditional British cuisine and have a welcoming atmosphere. To sample local food and drink, go to a market like Borough Market or Greenwich Market.Learn more

Where can I study or work remotely in London?

If you are looking for somewhere where you can sit down, enjoy a quality cup of coffee, spread some books over the table, hook your laptop and get down to studying, our recommendations have to go to the Look Mum, No Hands, and to the Department of Coffee and Social Affairs.If you want a library that is a bit quieter, head over to the British Library. It is the 2nd greatest collection of books anywhere in the world, and by far the largest in EuropeLearn more

Where can I study or work remotely in London?

If you are looking for somewhere where you can sit down, enjoy a quality cup of coffee, spread some books over the table, hook your laptop and get down to studying, our recommendations have to go to the Look Mum, No Hands, and to the Department of Coffee and Social Affairs.If you want a library that is a bit quieter, head over to the British Library. It is the 2nd greatest collection of books anywhere in the world, and by far the largest in EuropeLearn more

What is the average cost of living in London?

The cost of housing, transportation, and basic necessities such as groceries and utilities are all higher in London than in other parts of the country. However, there are ways to save money and budget effectively while living in London, such as finding affordable housing options, using public transportation, and taking advantage of free or discounted activities and events. To have an idea of how much your utility bills can be, we recommend using NumbeoLearn more