Shoreditch is one of the most popular areas in London, and with good reason too! A never-ending line-up of great bars, pubs, markets, street-food, restaurants, street art, and more – there is something for everyone.
Shoreditch is particularly great for young working professional or holiday-makers in the city looking for a place to un-wind and let loose. There are loads of cool bars serving a wide variety of drinks such a locally brewed craft beers, as well as a large number of street-food markets such as Dinerama and Box Park where you can find all sorts of different, delicious foods for as little as a fiver.
If you’re looking for some activity, there are plenty of comedy clubs, live music venues, bowling alleys, Ping-Pong spots (the list is endless) to choose from. If you’re looking for a cheaper activity, you’ll find plenty of incredible free art on the walls and buildings of Shoreditch, where hundreds of graffiti artists have left their mark.
Shoreditch is within easy walking distance of easyHotel London Old Street, so book now and get ready to explore!
It doesn’t get more quintessentially British than central London – Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, The Houses of Parliament - iconic buildings that define London are around every corner. The city is always buzzing, packed with excited tourists taking in the sights and sounds of London, and the rich sense of history and culture that defines the area.
Camden Town is one of the most exciting, eccentric and eclectic areas of London. Home to the iconic Camden Market, it is regarded as one of the most diverse and welcoming areas in the capital, playing host not only to locals of all different cultures, ethnicities and backgrounds, but millions of tourists every year.
With so many incredible festivals having taken place in Manchester over the summer (see here for examples), you might think things would start slowing down with the cooling of the temperature and the arrival of Autumn…Well, think again as September and October are packed with loads of fun events and festivals to welcome in the new season and reassure people that winter ain’t that bad.