If you’re considering relocation to London, then you’re most likely already aware of the fact that you’re moving to one of the cultural capitals of the world. From painting to dance to urban art, relocating to London in a city that has always been a cultural pioneer. This applies to literature as much as it does to anything else (which country do you think William Shakespeare comes from?). As a result, London is a city that offers multitudes of book stores for you to visit and peruse after your international relocation. And not just travel bookstores that don’t stock John Grisham and Winnie the Pooh as with Hugh Grant’s shop in the film Notting Hill. If you are a true bookworm, with tastes varying from thrillers to romance to comic books, then it’s almost certain that London will be able to cater to wherever your tastes lie.
If you’re an relocating to London, and you’re in the market for a house, it’s would be a great idea to fly down to London for as long as you can, and physically look for a home best suited to your needs. Scouting for homes over the internet certainly helps you to see what’s available as well as possibly helping to narrow down your list, but it has nothing on seeing and touching a potential home for yourself. A home may look good in pictures, but only seeing, touching and smelling it right up front, this is all part of the process of relocating in London.