Expat Guide London

 Information & tips
for expats in London

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Living and working in London

London is divided into two large areas – Inner and Outer London. If you want to live centrally, like the city life and have nothing against noise in the evenings, you should look for an apartment in the districts of Inner London.

Outer London, on the other hand, is a lot quieter and you usually need more than 30 minutes to get to the city. But there are many green areas to relax in and most districts here are extremely child-friendly, which is why many families live here.

Information about the different districts of London can be found in our Expat Guide PDF. Here you will find information about rental prices, family friendliness and quality of life.

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We help you find your way around London

We have compiled a list of our insider tips for you in London, which you can easily download as a PDF. Here you will find tips for going out for dinner in London, such as restaurants and bars, as well as other popular places.

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Interesting facts for expats in London

Information on entry conditions and tips for moving to Great Britain can be found on our page for temporary housing in Great Britain

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Find an apartment in London

If you go to London as an expat, it can be difficult to find an apartment right away, especially if you don’t want to share a flat with several people. It becomes particularly difficult if you cannot be on-site when looking for an apartment. A good alternative to the stressful apartment search is to rent a furnished apartment, because the process can be entirely completed online and the apartment is fully equipped. Whether you go to London as an expat with your family or alone, you can also book a furnished apartment at short notice. So just move in and put your feet up!