6 Things You Must Do in Shoreditch, London

If you’re looking for some badass street-art, funky shopping markets, and mouth-watering street food, look no further than Shoreditch, London.

Unlike her uppity older sister, Chelsea, Shoreditch is the hipster younger sibling. She listens to Alt-J and The Who on Vinyl, and sips matcha green tea while working on a freelance creative project. Without a doubt, she’s the hippest neighborhood of the London family.

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Chelsea and Notting Hill: Exploring London’s Most Colorful Neighborhoods

To those who says “London is gloomy and colorless”, you’re not looking hard enough. Follow the pastel pathways draped with wisteria and you’ll find yourself in London’s most colorful neighborhoods: Notting Hill and Chelsea.
These west-side neighborhoods are the best places to see London’s colorful side, especially with spring in bloom.
Here’s all the must-see hotspots for in-the-know travelers:

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Why Kew Gardens is London’s Best Kept Secret

What was at the top of my list while visiting London? No, it wasn’t to see the Big Ben or to sit atop the London Eye. I was determined to see enchanting fields of cherry blossoms and cacti-filled conservatories.

Tucked outside of London’s city center, the Kew Gardens are an oasis of blooming flowers, exotic foliage, and fresh air. This UNESCO heritage is where beauty meets a longstanding commitment to conservation and climate action.

Safeguarded by locals and overlooked by masses of tourists, there’s no doubt that The Kew is London’s best-kept secret (garden).

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