• Is Edgware Road London safe?

    Best answer: Compared to the east end, yes it's safe(ish). A lot of pick pockets. Like Bayswater it has a transient theme. I'm not particularly appealed to the area unless there's a specific restaurant I want to visit.
    Best answer: Compared to the east end, yes it's safe(ish). A lot of pick pockets. Like Bayswater it has a transient theme. I'm not particularly appealed to the area unless there's a specific restaurant I want to visit.
    15 answers · London · 3 days ago
  • Moving to London at 16?

    First and foremost, if you're just here to pry me out of living my life and getting out of my village then please leave because your cynicism will not be acknowledged. I'm currently fourteen and remembered that I have no obligation to live with my parents when i'm sixteen. I live in a small village in... show more
    First and foremost, if you're just here to pry me out of living my life and getting out of my village then please leave because your cynicism will not be acknowledged. I'm currently fourteen and remembered that I have no obligation to live with my parents when i'm sixteen. I live in a small village in east yorkshire and want to move to London as soon as I can. I am fully aware of the extortionate prices of London property and planned to do a flat share with multiple people whilst working as a waitress etc to pay rent. I've already priced it up using references from currently existing ads for flat shares. I will still be carrying on with my education. I'd like to know if anyone has any experience of moving to a major city at a young age. Should I be saving up now?
    10 answers · Polls & Surveys · 1 day ago
  • London recommendations!?

    Heya! I'll be going to London in June and I was looking up for "off the beaten path" spots. Looked up what I could online but it's all a bit too commercial for my taste. I'm looking for the virgin weirdness a city this size might present and I have honestly no idea where to start. Any... show more
    Heya! I'll be going to London in June and I was looking up for "off the beaten path" spots. Looked up what I could online but it's all a bit too commercial for my taste. I'm looking for the virgin weirdness a city this size might present and I have honestly no idea where to start. Any recommendations are appreciated!
    7 answers · London · 3 days ago
  • Flying within UK identification?

    What type of Identity do I need to fly from Glasgow to Scotland? I don't have a passport or anything with photo identity. I am supposed to be going on the 24th of March, will I have enough time to send away for something like my provisional or young Scots card? I'm 16 if that helps.
    What type of Identity do I need to fly from Glasgow to Scotland? I don't have a passport or anything with photo identity. I am supposed to be going on the 24th of March, will I have enough time to send away for something like my provisional or young Scots card? I'm 16 if that helps.
    13 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 6 days ago
  • I land to London Southend Airport today and I need to get to Nottingham. What's the best way?

    What is the best, cheapest method of travelling? I've tried finding flight and coach tickets from Southend to Nottingham but no luck! I need to travel today! Thanks in advance.
    What is the best, cheapest method of travelling? I've tried finding flight and coach tickets from Southend to Nottingham but no luck! I need to travel today! Thanks in advance.
    10 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 5 days ago
  • Would I need a shot before entering England, even if I already got one when I was a kid?

    Best answer: There are no vaccination requirements
    Best answer: There are no vaccination requirements
    12 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 5 days ago
  • Visiting London!?

    Hello! Me and my girlfried are going to visit London in april. And i want to plan our trip. It will mostly consist of musuems and stuff like that, So my questions is: Is it possible to buy tickets online and get some discounts maybe aswell? If you are local from Londond please share what kind of sites do you use... show more
    Hello! Me and my girlfried are going to visit London in april. And i want to plan our trip. It will mostly consist of musuems and stuff like that, So my questions is: Is it possible to buy tickets online and get some discounts maybe aswell? If you are local from Londond please share what kind of sites do you use and any recomendations would help too! Thanks!
    6 answers · London · 2 days ago
  • Is Luton a good place for day-trip?

    I will arrive Luton airport when I back to the UK. Just thinking that I should go straight back to my place or I should go to the town and have a look. I know there is a big mall, a church, an university in the town (town centre?). Is there any tourist attraction or good view to see?
    I will arrive Luton airport when I back to the UK. Just thinking that I should go straight back to my place or I should go to the town and have a look. I know there is a big mall, a church, an university in the town (town centre?). Is there any tourist attraction or good view to see?
    14 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 7 days ago
  • If were to place this guy in the U.K. alongside the people with the closest matching genetics ...which part would that be? why think so?

    Best answer: I wouldn't place him anywhere in the UK. He doesn't look British and his accent is American. It's nothing like any accent in the UK
    Best answer: I wouldn't place him anywhere in the UK. He doesn't look British and his accent is American. It's nothing like any accent in the UK
    5 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 3 days ago
  • Was premarital sex ACCEPTABLE in Victorian England?

    Best answer: It wasn't "acceptable" in any way. Of course it happened but any girl that got pregnant was pretty much an outcast. There were "orphanages" that were full of illigitemate children and people would buy unwanted children to sell for adoption to childless married couples. Many servant... show more
    Best answer: It wasn't "acceptable" in any way. Of course it happened but any girl that got pregnant was pretty much an outcast. There were "orphanages" that were full of illigitemate children and people would buy unwanted children to sell for adoption to childless married couples.
    Many servant girls were seduced by wealthy young men with the promise of marriage which, of course, never materialised.
    16 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 1 week ago
  • Going to london in march?

    Best answer: Benvenuta! For a whimsical, old-fashioned fish and chip restaurant, I recommend Poppies in Aldgate (Hanbury Street, between Aldgate East and Shoreditch High Street stations). I don't personally know any good pubs, but CAMRA (the Campaign for Real Ale - an organisation obsessed with finding and promoting the... show more
    Best answer: Benvenuta! For a whimsical, old-fashioned fish and chip restaurant, I recommend Poppies in Aldgate (Hanbury Street, between Aldgate East and Shoreditch High Street stations).

    I don't personally know any good pubs, but CAMRA (the Campaign for Real Ale - an organisation obsessed with finding and promoting the best pubs in Britain) lists a couple hundred of their favourites. Look at the postcode to determine where they are: central London postcodes start with WC and EC, plus N1, E1, SE1, SW1, W1, NW1: http://www.london.camra.org.uk/viewnode....

    The weather is difficult to predict, it could be cold and rainy, cold and sunny, mild and rainy, mild and dry... the point is, you should bring a jumper and a raincoat and / or umbrella at the bare minimum.

    As you're travelling as a couple, you'll probably want some romance. Here are 101 romantic things to do in London: http://www.visitlondon.com/things-to-do/...

    Beyond that, I have to echo Mel by telling you it would really help us if you told us what you were interested in. "A beautiful place to see, but little known" describes thousands of places in London. What do you like doing in a foreign city on holiday? (e.g. museums, theatre, cultural events, sightseeing, walking, cycling...)

    There are evening events for any taste (stand up comedy, opera, house music, indie gigs, jazz concerts, ballet, musical theatre, night clubs, music halls, Shakespeare, cinema...) every single night of the year, but without knowing which (if any) of those appeal to you, we can't offer any meaningful advice, beyond "here's the web address for Time Out London, knock yourself out": https://www.timeout.com/london
    4 answers · London · 4 days ago
  • Need to find a bag check in London?

    I am going to be in London for work and need to check out of the hotel in Soho sq, go to breakfast in Notthing Hill and am looking to visit the new Showcase Cinemas in Southampton before catching my flight from LGW. Is there any where I could check my bag and pick up on my way back to the airport?
    I am going to be in London for work and need to check out of the hotel in Soho sq, go to breakfast in Notthing Hill and am looking to visit the new Showcase Cinemas in Southampton before catching my flight from LGW. Is there any where I could check my bag and pick up on my way back to the airport?
    10 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 1 week ago
  • Is madame tussauds in conjestion area?

    9 answers · London · 1 week ago
  • Will we English be going to war soon?

    Best answer: I can recommend Wood's Navy Rum for your joints. Its what I'll be taking with me to Waterloo Station as I entrain for the continent to bury the Bosch once again before coming home for tea and crumpets.
    Best answer: I can recommend Wood's Navy Rum for your joints. Its what I'll be taking with me to Waterloo Station as I entrain for the continent to bury the Bosch once again before coming home for tea and crumpets.
    24 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 2 weeks ago