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You’ll never be bored living in London, the capital of England and one of the leading cities of Europe and beyond. It has a staggering amount of things to do, whether you’re looking for first-rate cuisine, legendary landmarks or the best nightclub parties in the country. Here’s the ultimate guide to this world-class city in 2019. 


Phenomenal Food

London has a well-deserved reputation as the home of the most exciting restaurants in the UK, and in your new zone 1 home, you’ll find everything from casual quirky Italian restaurants like APULIA to more far-out venues like the light-free Dans Le Noir where you can enjoy a meal in complete darkness. There are dozens more incredible restaurants like these right on your doorstep, and if you fancy some home-cooking, the historic Smithfield Market is just around the corner selling fresh vegetables, meat and fish every day. 


Rich In Culture

Some of the country’s most famous landmarks are within walking distance of Therese House. The Barbican Centre is a stone’s throw away, where you can see some of the UK’s most exciting concerts, theatrical productions and art exhibitions, while a short walk takes you to renowned locations such as the Tate Modern, the Tower Of London and St Paul’s Cathedral. You’ll never run out of stunning Instagram backdrops living here.  


Living For The Nightlife

Fabric is one of the most famous nightclubs in the world and it’s just a short walk from your new home, so you can go clubbing until dawn and be tucked up in bed in less than ten minutes. Ministry Of Sound is another world-class nightclub, just on the other side of the River Thames. If pubs and bars are more your thing, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Craft ale lovers should check out Brewdog, while The Jerusalem Tavern is a classic old-fashioned pub in a building that dates back to the year 1720. 


Great Green Space

London might be a vibrant, cutting edge city, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of places to relax and watch the world go by. Both Regent’s Park (which contains the amazing London Zoo) and Hyde Park are within walking distance, and so is the River Thames if you fancy a relaxing riverside walk. 


Study In Style

Want to study at one of the biggest libraries in the world? Take a short trip over to the Grade I listed British Library which has over 400 miles of shelves containing over 14 million books and all kinds of other documents and items, some of which date back to 2000 BC. Here’s where you can explore everything from the Magna Carta to handwritten Beatles lyrics. 

And this doesn’t even scratch the surface of this awesome city. There’s something new and exciting on every corner, no matter what your interests - and best of all, you can access it all easily from Theresa House.