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Acton - Acton Green, Acton Town, Acton Vale as well as (North, South, East, West and Central districts.
Aldgate - (EC3) - A busy area that connects the East End to Central London.
Aldwych - A busy street and region with lots of theatres.
Alperton - Quite a busy area, with a canal as a great landmark.
Anerley - With a rich history, this area used to have a beautiful gardens.
Archway - An area with great transport links and nice shops.
Arnos Grove - It has a lovely park and lots of improvements have been made to its road infrastructure.
Barbican - (EC2) - A cultural hub for today's performance arts movement. It is a an area that is easy to commute to.
Barnet - It is also known as High & Chipping Barnet
Baker Street - A busy area, located near Regent's Park.
Balham - Very residential region; it has seen some nice new bars and restaurants open.
Battersea - A diverse area with a cosmopolitan feel to some parts.
Barnsbury - Quite a leafy area, it's an area growing more affluent.
Barnes - Close to the Thames this nice suburb is famous for the Boat Race.
Bayswater - An area full of grandeur and very expensive houses.
Beckton - A very culturally diverse area with nice independent food shops.
Belgravia - A very expensive area to live in, full of mansions and majestic squares.
Bethnal Green - Always busy, with a great nightlife. Lots of lively bars and restaurants.
Blackfriars - Iconic region with great historic architecture.
Bloomsbury - A busy and fashionable part of Central London, with so much to offer.
Bond Street - A very wealthy area with stunning boutiques and fashion stores.
Bounds Green - Many people commute through it on their way to work.
Brentford - With many parks and a river adjoining the Thames; it is a beautiful place.
Brent Cross - A great shopping district which attracts any visitors from across London.
Brixton - A very fast paced and increasingly trendy multicultural area with great bars.
Canonbury - This area has brilliant architecture dating back over a century.
Camden - It has so much character and a massive market. Fashion of the alternative style kind and great pubs.
Chiswick - Posh area and quit a trendy place to live.
Charing Cross - One of busiest railway stations. It sees many commuters, daily!
Chingford - Located near to two major reservoirs it is an important part of the city.
Clapham - Comprised of Clapham North, South and Common regions.
Clapham Common - A cosmopolitan area with a vibrant atmosphere and huge common.
Clapham Junction - One of the UK's busiest train stations is located in this region.
Clapton - It consists of two districts (Upper and Lower)
Clerkenwell - Lots of hotels and museums located close by.
Colliers Wood - With great shopping districts and nice residential regions, it is a great place to live.
Covent Garden - Street entertainment, great restaurants and a favourte for overseas travellers.
Cowley - Lots of historic and listed buildings in this leafy suburb.
Cricklewood - Spanning across three boroughs, it is an excellent shopping district.
Crouch End - Many new build houses, it is located between two major parks.
Dalston - A very multicultural region with a big British-Caribbean population.
Dollis Hill - An area surrounding the Gladstone Park region; mainly residential.
Dulwich - A slightly posh residential area upmarket shops and nice houses.
Greenwich - GMT is a famous term that is derived from the area.
Colindale - Many big institutions can be found there.
Canary Wharf - The financial district that has some of the biggest and tallest buildings.
Cromwell Road - A major road that connects many parts of West London.
Docklands - A hub for commercial and international businesses. Home to the DLR.
Ealing - A very big suburban region, with lots of shops, businesses and entertainment venues.
East Finchley - An area that has great nightlife and entertainment venues.
East Ham - A lively suburban area with a large Asian demographic.
Earls Court - Known for it's huge exhibition centre, many people visit there when big events take place.
Edgware - Busy part of North London with nice rural pockets to it.
Edgware Road - One of West London's most upmarket regions that connects to parts of Central London.
Elephant and Castle - A big junction whose surrounding region is very busy.
Embankment - One of the most popular places for tourists to visit.
Enfield - A busy and popular area that is quite multicultural.
Euston - A very busy, commuter orientated area that has one of the busiest train stations.
Farringdon - An area with a busy train station that connects you to other parts of the UK.
Finchley - Comprised of North, East and Finchley Central.
Finchley Central - An areas which acts as a commuter hub to surrounding regions.
Finsbury Park - This is a very lively area with a really nice park.
Forest Hill - A nice suburb that provides a fabulous view of London, from it's hill.
Fulham - Quite a posh and trendy area, with expensive houses and nice independent shops.
Gloucester Road - An area with so much affluence and always attracts the rich and famous.
Golders Green - A busy region with lots of cafes and shops. Transport includes coach services.
Goodge Street - Busy part of the city with a popular tube station.
Green Park - A majestic area and lovely park with the most famous London tourist attraction.
Highgate - A very upmarket region with expensive residential pockets.
Highbury - A quiet area that is a great connection to arts and music.
Holland Park - A great place for luxury shopping; big houses and trendy residents.
Hornsey - Brilliant buildings of lovely architecture, this area has lots of character.
Hendon - Lots of big institutions are located in this busy region.
Hammersmith - Busy area with a lots of great bars, clubs and music venues providing brilliant nightlife.
Hampstead - One of the wealthiest areas in London, with big expensive properties and upmarket shops.
Harrow - A trendy region with a big arts community; lots of famous residents as well.
Holborn - A busy area with a nice selection of hotels and restaurants.
Hyde Park - Spanning over 350 acres, this park has beautiful lakes and provides a brilliant view of many tourist attractions.
Ilford - A huge residential and commercial district with a great selection of shops.
Islington - Trendy borough with lots of upmarket restaurants and bars.
Kensington - Luxury shopping district with some of the best designer stores.
Kensal Green - A busy area that has lots of excellent transport connections
Kentish Town - Lots of great cafes, pubs and shops to visit.
Kilburn - Multicultural area with lots of unique food shops and independent retailers.
Hampton - Located near the Thames it has lovely parks and buildings.
Hounslow - An area with a big shopping centre and lots of great pubs and restaurants.
Heathrow - The UK's biggest airport, which sees millions of passengers pass through it.
Kings Cross - A very busy area that has an international train station connecting to Paris.
Knightsbridge - The most luxurious stores can be found there. Luxury shopping at it's very best. You may often spot expensive super cars in the area driven by the rich and famous.
Kingsbury - A trendy residential region with wonderful cafes and restaurants.
Lancaster Gate - An upmarket area with beautiful architecture and posh residents.
Leicester Square - The city never sleeps in this area. Lots of lively bars, film premieres and nightclubs.
Limehouse - A busy region in the East End part of London that has lots of character.
Lisson Grove - An area that has many tourist attractions nearby to it.
Leyton - A tranquil and quiet area that has a nice selection of shops and pubs.
London Bridge - Surely one of most recognisable regions containing one of London's most iconic landmarks.
Manor Park - Another area which has a real diversity about it in the East End.
Marble Arch - A famous monument and a surrounding area that is bustling with energy. Joins onto Oxford Street and Park Lane.
Marylebone - A trendy busy region located near even busier excellent shopping districts.
Mayfair - The most posh restaurants and 5 star hotels can be found in W1.
Mile End - A quiet area that has some great Indian restaurants.
Mill Hill - An upmarket and quiet suburb that has three districts.
Moorgate - This famous street is located near London's financial district.
Muswell Hill - A very quiet suburb that offers a very nice view of nearby regions.
New Cross - An area with strong rail links connecting you easily to other regions in London.
Newham - One of the East End's biggest boroughs.
Norbury - Located close to Croydon it is becoming increasingly upmarket in some parts.
Northfields - A big residential area with its own local shopping district.
Northwood - A smart, upmarket area located near to a nature reserve.
Notting Hill - A trendy part of London with a lot of character. Home to the the annual carnival.
Oakwood - They don't get more upmarket than this area. A wonderful place to always visit.
Old Street - A street connecting the London regions of central and north east together.
Paddington - An epicentre for commuters travelling to and from work. Some lovely bars located in the area.
Perivale - The River Brent runs through this unqiue area. It has any nature reserves.
Piccadilly - Bright neon lights, music bars, cafes and places of great entertainment.
Park Lane - 5 star hotels that are so luxurious, rich residents and expensive boutiques.
Poplar - Some nice hotels and buildings dating back many years.
Putney - A really lively area, with lots of great shops, pubs, bars and clubs.
Liverpool Street - Another busy commuter area that is a vital part of inner city London.
North Finchley - Located in the Barnet borough, this mainly residential area is a great place to visit.
Queensway - Very cosmopolitan, this trendy part of West London is a great place to live.
Roehampton - A mixture of housing in this classy and leafy part of South London.
Ruislip - An area that feels like a village and has a nice park.
Richmond - An area full of affluence. Big houses and rich residents.
Tufnell Park - A pleasant region that located between two boroughs.
Shoreditch - A really busy part of inner city London that has great bars and pubs.
Sloane Square - A very picturesque region, with brilliant landscape.
South Bank - Located on the southern bank of the Thames it has so much character. If you want to see the best in arts; visit there.
Southfields - This is a very laid back area which has nice residential regions.
Southgate - An area with lots of parks it also has many traditional pubs.
Southwark - A very busy area with great architecture and a view of the city.
Slough - Located just outside London in Berkshire, this area has many shops and hotels.
Spitalfields - There is a very busy market and the area is known to have some very good curry houses.
Surbiton - A classy region with nice residential areas and buildings.
Shepherds Bush - One of West London's most busy and vibrant places. Massive shopping centre located there.
Stanmore - A quiet area with some unique shops and nice restaurants.
Stratford - An East London area that has true character and many traditional English pubs.
Strand - A historic and very influential, iconic area.
Stepney - It has seen lots of improvement to housing and transport services.
Stroud Green - It has a very affluent shopping district that has a cosmopolitan feel to it.
Swiss Cottage - Part of Hampstead this area is very classy.
Romford - A suburban town which is diverse and has a party inspired nightlife.
Russell Square - A real marvel in landscape architecture; a garden square surrounded by boutique hotels.
Teddington - Close to areas like Twickenham and Hampton, it is a quiet region
Thornton Heath - It has a big British Caribbean and Asian diversity to the area.
Tooting - Comprised of two parts (Bec & Borough).
Tottenham - A very multicultural area that has a famous football team.
Tottenham Hale - Located near the River Lea it has many industrial companies located there.
Tulse Hill - Located close to Brixton this residential district has any historic buildings.
Twickenham - Holds a special place for rugby fans, this area has a massive, famous stadium.
Upper Edmonton - Another multicultural area with various housing types.
Victoria - An epicentre for commuters travelling to different parts of the city and UK.
Wandsworth - A vibrant region that is also a borough that has a nice mixture of residential and shopping districts.
Wandsworth Common - A smart area with a nice common and big houses.
Wanstead - Very suburban, leafy part of the city with some impressive pubs.
Wapping - An East End area close to the Thames and central regions.
Warren Street - Many people commute through there on their way to work.
Waterloo - Home to two of the most iconic theatres, the region is located next to the Thames.
Wembley - A busy area where many international football matches are played.
West End - High Street fashion, excellent nightlife, bars and VIP nightclubs. Says it all.
West Ham - Home to one of London's most followed football teams.
Westminster - Iconic buildings and a brilliant history; tourists always visit there.
Wimbledon - Home to one of the most famous tennis tournaments, this area is very classy.
Winchmore Hill - A very picturesque district with very quiet residential areas.
Wood Green - A very busy district with lots of shops, cafes and cinemas.
Woodford - This is a huge suburb which as four districts.
Whetstone - A very posh, upmarket area with some big house prices.
Whitechapel - Very multicultural, you will find this East Region a very busy one.

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