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Jade is a writer with a passion for travel, drag queens, and baked goods. Her happy place is South America, but when she's not exploring the world, she enjoys cooking and reading Gothic novels in her London flat.

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Hi, I'm Jade!

Jade is a writer with a passion for travel, drag queens, and baked goods. Her happy place is South America, but when she's not exploring the world, she enjoys cooking and reading Gothic novels in her London flat.

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There’s much more to London than Southbank and Shoreditch—just a short ride from the capital’s center, you’ll find neighborhoods so distinct that you’ll feel like you’re in a different city entirely. Each point of London’s compass has its own unique personality—east is famous for street art and hipsters; south for Caribbean culture and leafy parks; north for historic monuments and grand architecture; and west for its world-class museums and for being home to London’s rich and famous. So whether you’re looking for food, fashion, architecture, or art, you can find it in the city’s bright and bustling boroughs.


People walk and cycle on a street in Hackney in London.
Take to the streets of Hackney for culture and cuisine. | Bildquelle: / Shutterstock

Canals, coffee shops, and cutting-edge cuisine.

Universally hailed as the hipster capital of London, Hackney has undergone a radical transformation in the past decade. Leafy streets dotted with quirky bars and coffee shops characterize this bohemian borough, where the capital’s creatives gather in converted warehouse studios, art galleries, and vintage stores. It’s also home to some of London’s most cutting-edge restaurants, and has seen an influx of Michelin stars and craft beer breweries in the past several years. Immerse yourself in Hackney’s artistic vibe on a street art tour.


A food market in Brixton in London, filled with people.
Brixton has its own unique vibe. | Bildquelle: ElenaChaykinaPhotography / Shutterstock

Where London’s Caribbean spirit thrives.

Brixton dances to a rhythm all of its own. As soon as you step out of the tube station, you’re likely to be greeted by the sound of steel drums and the enticing scent of jerk chicken wafting over from street-food stalls in Brixton Market. Sample food from around the globe at Brixton Village; catch a live gig at Brixton Academy; and go on a walking tour to delve deeper into the neighborhood’s rich Caribbean culture.

Kings Cross

Bars and restaurants in a thriving part of Kings Cross in London.
There's more to Kings Cross than its train station. | Bildquelle: Octus_Photography / Shutterstock

Industrial wasteland turned cultural hot spot.

There’s so much more to Kings Cross than Platform 9¾. The former industrial area is now a thriving cultural hub, home to Granary Square—where you’ll find outdoor art installations and choreographed fountains—and Coal Drops Yard, a super-chic food and shopping district. Plus, a wander down the tranquil Regent’s Canal makes you feel a million miles away from the center of London—don’t miss the floating bookshop at the start of the canal path.


A gate to London's Chinatown in Soho.
Soho's history runs deep. | Bildquelle: William Barton / Shutterstock

Glitz, glamor, and gastronomy abound in this central spot.

Whether you’re basking in the neon glow of the theater district, bopping to bangers in the LGBTQ+ bars of Old Compton Street, sampling refined small plates off Soho Square, or wandering beneath the red lanterns of Chinatown, Soho is guaranteed to delight and intrigue you in equal measure. With its hidden alleys and colorful history, there’s much more to Soho than meets the eye.

Notting Hill

Colorful buildings on a Notting Hill street in London.
Notting Hill is home to colorful weekend markets. | Bildquelle: QQ7 / Shutterstock

Pastel-colored houses and a world-famous market.

Birthplace of London institutions such as Notting Hill Carnival and Portobello Market, this west London gem is as arty as it is affluent. Though immortalized by the 1999 rom-com of the same name, the neighborhood has a rich musical heritage and a smattering of stylish brunch and cocktail spots. Spend the day browsing antique shops and snapping social-media worthy shots outside of brightly colored houses.

London Bridge and Borough

Shoppers explore Borough Market in London.
Borough Market is home to lots of food stalls. | Bildquelle: Viator

Renowned buildings and bites.

Vom Punkrock Camden über den schicken Notting Hill bis zur lebhaften Brick Lane sind in den verschiedenen Stadtteilen Londons alle Kriterien erfüllt. Entdecken Sie den Buckingham Palace und die hellen Lichter von Soho, indem Sie in unsere Auswahl der interessantesten Viertel Londons eintauchen.

Kensington und Chelsea

Westlich von Hyde Park und Mayfair liegt der wohlhabende Stadtteil Kensington und Chelsea mit prächtigen viktorianischen Stadthäusern, grünen Parks und eleganten Einkaufsboutiquen. Bummeln Sie durch das Modezentrum der King's Road. Fahren Sie nach Norden zum Notting Hill und zum Portobello Market. Besuchen Sie anschließend einige der besten Museen Londons, darunter das Science Museum, das Natural History Museum, das Victoria and Albert Museum und die Saatchi Gallery.


Das Londoner East End, einst der Treffpunkt von Jack the Ripper, Sweeney Todd und einigen der berüchtigtsten kriminellen Banden Londons, wurde in den letzten Jahren einer Image-Überarbeitung unterzogen. Heute können Besucher den Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford erkunden, in der lebhaften Brick Lane Curry essen, auf dem legendären Old Spitalfields Market stöbern und die trendigen Bars, Pubs und Nachtclubs von Shoreditch, Whitechapel und Hackney erkunden.


Der malerische Flussbezirk Greenwich ist einer der besten Gründe, sich südlich des Flusses zu wagen, und ein beliebter Zwischenstopp auf Kreuzfahrten auf der Themse. Zu den Highlights zählen das historische Tee-Clipper-Schiff Cutty Sark, das Royal Observatory, das National Maritime Museum und der Greenwich Park.


Brixton ist bekannt für seine reiche karibische Kultur, Live-Musikszene und sein elektrisches Nachtleben und ist eine Welt fernab vom Glanz und Glamour West-Londons. Der Brixton Market ist ein Top-Ort für Food-Touren, während Brixton Village ein Paradies für alternative Mode ist. Kunstliebhaber können einige der coolsten Street Art-Galerien der Stadt sehen, darunter ein farbenfrohes Wandgemälde des lokalen Helden und der globalen Legende David Bowie.

London Bridge

Die London Bridge ist für ihre gleichnamige Brücke bekannt und beherbergt auch einige der wichtigsten Sehenswürdigkeiten Londons. Feinschmecker strömen zum Borough Market, während Architekturfans das futuristische Rathaus und den Shard bestaunen, in dem sich auch Londons höchste Aussichtsplattform befindet.

Camden Town

Camden Town ist bekannt für seine Rockmusikszene und alternative Mode und bietet Besuchern die Möglichkeit, in die Fußstapfen der Sex Pistols, der Rolling Stones, Amy Winehouse und Jimi Hendrix zu treten. Zu den Highlights zählen der legendäre Camden Market, Kreuzfahrten entlang des Regent's Canal sowie die Parks Hampstead Heath und Primrose Hill.

Crouch End

Highgate Cemetery in Crouch End in London.
Highgate Cemetery is where Karl Marx and others are buried. | Bildquelle: Studio Eggy / Shutterstock

A treasure in Haringey.

Tucked away in the leafy borough of Haringey, Crouch End is one of London’s best-kept secrets, with a village feel that sets it apart from the rest of the bustling metropolis. It’s presided over by a landmark 19th-century clock tower, and is full of thrift stores, book shops, artisan cafés, and independent cinemas. The neighborhood’s northwest London location means you can easily combine it with a trip to Highgate Cemetery, the final resting place of Karl Marx and countless other artists, musicians, and writers.

Elephant and Castle

Art in the park in Elephant and Castle in London.
Look for outdoor artworks in the Elephant and Castle area. | Bildquelle: Cristian M Balate / Shutterstock

An eclectic mix of culture and history.

Best known for the enormous roundabout at its core, the bizarrely named Elephant and Castle has enjoyed a cultural metamorphosis. Outdoor art installations abound in Elephant Park, home to different representations of the majestic mammals, while Mercato Metropolitano, specializing in Italian food, is one of London’s biggest and best street-food spots. Just down the road toward Waterloo, you’ll find the enormous Imperial War Museum, which documents Britain’s military heritage.

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