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5 Reasons Why You should Book an English Course in London

Find out why you should go to London to learn English and where to find the hippest fashion outlets, such as second-hand shops, unique boutiques and trendy stores that will make every Instagram-enthusiast jealous.

In 7th- fashion-heaven

London is the shopping mecca par excellence. There are countless markets, second-hand shops and small London labels hoarding trendy clothes in all colours and shapes. A shopping spree is unavoidable; resistance is futile!
Oxford Street: The all-time shopping favourite, showing off with shops like Nike, Topshop, Adidas, Bershka, Urban Outfitters, Aldo, Primark or department stores like Selfridge.
Camden Market: An eclectic mix of vintage fashion, the latest fashion trends, handmade accessories and uniquely bizarre pieces.
Portobello Road Market: The largest antique market and a must for vintage fans and the Saturday stroll through Notting Hill.

Delicious food from all over the world

You will find culinary art from all over the world and trendy gastronomy shops in every corner of the city. Does your mouth water when you think about a delicious Indian curry or a vegan food bowl? London’s food scene has something for everyone.
Shake Shack: Juicy American burgers meet London, e.g. at Leicester Square and Covent Garden.
Street Feast Market: Pop Up-Street Food markets at cool locations such as in a rooftop bar in Canary Wharf, or in trendy Shoreditch, serving drinks and blasting famous DJs’ music.
The Rooftop, St. James: Perfect, noble rooftop snack like Pulled Pork with a great view of London.

Celebrate until dawn

In London you can easily turn the night into day – in pubs, clubs and at open air events.
Tape London: Popular club in Mayfair, where international DJ stars such as Lady Gaga, Drake and Justin Bieber grace visitors with their music.
Bussey Rooftop Bar: Enjoy the view from the 5th floor with a fruity cocktail and delicious pizza in your hand.
Culpeper Roof Garden: Green rooftop hotspot with vegetables from a home-grown garden.
The Elephant and Castle: hip interpretation of the traditional English pub with bling bling and vintage chic.
French House: Contrary to its name, a popular classic among English pubs in Soho.

Magical and photogenic places

London is sometimes quite hectic, but it hides a multitude of magical and extremely photogenic places worthy of any professional social media guru.
Sky Garden: Romantic garden on top of a skyscraper including bar and restaurant.
Street Art in Brick Lane: The place to be when posing in front of famous street art works by Banksy and D*Face in Shoreditch.
Kensington Gardens: A royal stroll between the splendour of flowers and royal architecture.
Notting Hill: Cute, colourful little houses, beautiful boutiques and the Notting Hill Carnival in August are the perfect setting for your selfie.
God´s Own Junkyard: Former warehouse, today flashing, shrill neon art gallery with photo potential.

Typically British

Brooklyn Beckham, Big Ben and the Queen – that’s as English as it gets, right? You bet!
Teatime at The Tea Terrace: Affordable tea salon in a dream of blue and pink for the obligatory teatime that even offers gluten-free scones.
English Breakfast at the Regency Café: Since 1946 the Regency has been serving the world the classic English breakfast with bacon, sausage and eggs.
A short visit to Harrods: Stroll through the famous English luxury department store (and feel like Duchess Kate while at it).
A selfie with the Royals: When visiting Madame Tussaud´s, a snapshot with the Queen and her family is at least guaranteed.

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