London is a busy, bustling capital city in motion. Moving around town from your London apartment rentals means joining the merry throng of people on foot, on public transport and on escalators! Here are a few rules of the road for all you out-of-towners to help keep you alive on those mean streets and enjoying the ride.
Make use of these handy apps cleverly designed to inform, educate and entertain, making your stay in London apartments more interesting and fun. Whether it’s moving around town, visiting a museum or spending the day by the Thames, you are covered.
It’s important for anyone staying in London apartments rentals to feel connected, even if their trip is a short one. Being able to call and text friends, family and colleagues need not cost the earth or be a major head-ache for overseas visitors booking apartments to rent with us.
When you visit London from another country, there are the usual challenges to face such as cars driving on the other side of the road, warm pints of beer in pubs, foreign money to get to know, etc. All part of the fun and charm of travel, of course.
2018 is shaping up to be another busy, exciting year for our tenants, old and new – be they corporate or leisure travellers, the lone adventurer, or groups of friends or families eager to sight-see. Our impressive selection of apartments to rent in London are centrally convenient and come to you from us with our very own brand of expertise and knowledge. Here are just a handful of reasons to stay with us when you visit London and why we welcome so many tenants back every year.
A Brief London Guide No.2
Our London guide Something Old, Something New was all about celebrating the fascinating contradictions and opposites in our favourite capital city. Visit London with us and you will see how this town is defined by the ancient and modern, the shiny and time-worn, the charmingly old school and the daringly new. Here in Part 2 of this London guide we hope you will be inspired, once again, by the call of the past and the lure of the present on the streets of London.