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Shoreditch Neighbourhood Guide – Where To Live in London

Shoreditch Neighbourhood Guide – Where To Live in London

Living In Shoreditch London Neighbourhood

There is no doubt about it: Shoreditch is one of the coolest neighbourhoods in London. It is the hipster neighborhood of London –  filled with cool new bars, great coffee spots and awesome restaurants. Characters come here from all over the world and you’ve got street art everywhere.

Shoreditch London Neighbourhood
These two things you’ll always find in Shoreditch: good bread and people who are not scared to be colourful.

Hipster Shoreditch

Shoreditch was a small, cheap neighbourhood a few years ago. Most people hadn’t heard of it, and few people ever went there. A few artists move in and made it by far the coolest neighbourhood of London. The question now is if it’s still as cool as it used to be or if there’s a newer, cooler neighbourhood in town. Still, this is the Hipster capital of the United Kingdom, quite probably one of the hippest spots of the world.

Shoreditch – what makes it so cool?

After all the real artists have left – what keeps people coming back to Shoreditch? It has a real international feeling, as it attracts people from all the world not only to visit and enjoy but also to live in. It has awesome hidden gems: Shoreditch is exactly the kind of neighbourhood you can never stop exploring. Look on every roof and in every alley! There are always more hidden bars to discover and great spots could be waiting just around the corner. Plus, the parties here are pretty epic – the more underground they are, the better.

Getting around Shoreditch

Shoreditch has some good transport options.  Liverpool Street is quite close and really useful as it’s on Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City, and Circle lines. From there you can get to most places in central London either directly or with only one change. There are also quite a few other train and tube stations close nearby: Whitechapel (overground), Aldgate East (Circle, District, Hammersmith) and Aldgate (Metropolitan) are all less than 1.5km away. This really useful map shows all the buses of Shoreditch.

Shoreditch Neighbourhood Where to live in London
In Shoreditch, you’ll see real street art.

Shoreditch rental rates

The days when a room in Shoreditch were the cheapest of London are way gone. This popular neighbourhood now has the rental rates of many central neighbourhoods. Looking for Student accommodation in Shoreditch? You’ll find student rooms (single and double) anywhere around £700-£950 per month. You’ll also find really cool studios in Shoreditch, but they’re not cheap. Prices start around £1200 per month.

Shoreditch Living in London Neighbourhood
Shoreditch is by far one of the coolest neighbourhoods in London, where you’ll find all kinds of people enjoying themselves.

Fact sheet: Shoreditch

One place to eat: Rochelle Canteen. In typical Shoreditch fashion, this place is half-hidden in a creative hub. The food is a bit fancy.
Address: Rochelle School, London E2 7ES

One place to drink: The Brewdog, a big pub (lively and friendly) with independent beer. There’s cooler smaller pubs in Shoreditch, but you should find them out for yourself!
Address: 51 Bethnal Green Rd

One thing to see: All of the street art. Obviously.
Address: Everywhere.

See Also

One place to study: The Grind is probably the best spot for coffee around. And nothing helps you study like a proper cup of coffee.
Address:  213 Old St

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