Moving to London for the perfect London relocation jobs opportunity is fantastic, if you’re the one who gets to get out every day and going to work. You’re employer will organize your work permit and visas and you’ll be able to hire professional corporate London relocation services agents to find you a perfect London pad.
To revisit our summer plans for those of you that have completed your relocation to London. We’ve discussed the London Pass, and its ability to save on the many attractions it includes from our London Pass series. Well let’s look at the number one attraction of all the attractions included, look no further, its the river Thames boat cruise. The river Thames sightseeing cruise is likely the most compact deal of the London Pass inclusion ticket. It certainly is worth the trip and a really great way to see London.
If your planning your relocation UK and have yet to arrive you really should visit the website of the London Pass. This little tidbit can really be a valuable resource when moving to London. There is a travel card option that we’ll dive into later but it will even pay for transportation from Heathrow to central London, which in a cab would cost you a pretty pound. So back to the London pass…
Continuing on from the earlier post of things to plan for when moving to London, here’s a few more things to bear in mind. This is in no particular order of relevance or importance.
When you’re moving to a foreign country then the fastest way to get yourself a little culture is to dive into the local music scene. When you’re moving to London however, it’s a little different. Living in London is like living in a world in one city. There can’t be a music style or cultural mix more diverse than London has to offer. It has a style all of its own and yet you cannot categorize it as a style.