London is one of the most exciting cities in the world and living here will give you opportunity to meet lots of new people and experience some of the vast array of entertainment and cultural events this city has to offer.
It is important that when exploring London and having fun you also remember to keep safe. The British Council's Creating Confidence guide will give you helpful advice on how to look after your personal safety.
The most common forms of transport used in London are the tube and the buses.
However, the Transport for London (TFL) website provides information on other ways of getting
around and exploring the capital including: cycle hire scheme, river service, trams, and walking routes.
Entertainment and culture
There is always a lot going on in London, whatever your taste, you will be able to find something you would enjoy taking part in. The links below will give you information on upcoming events.
- Timeout London
- London Town
- London Monthly
- Days Out Guide - Guide to days out by train across Great Britain
- London for Free - Guide to free things to see and do in the capital
- HOST Scheme - Experience British culture first-hand by visiting a British family
- International Student House (ISH) - A social centre for students in London
London is host to some of the biggest sporting venues in the UK, such as the Emirates Stadium, Wembley Stadium and Lord's Cricket ground to name a few. The London Sport Guide provides information about events you can watch or participate in.
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