If you’ve take the advice of your relocation agent then you’ll know that July is the perfect time to make the move. The city may be jam-packed with tourists, but many relocation services will have no problem in finding a new apartment for you and making sure that you’re settled in and ready to enjoy everything that London in July has to offer.

July really is the height of summer in England, but if you haven’t packed a brolly to bring with you, then you’ll have to head out and get one as soon as you arrive. While the weather is lovely and warm for the most part, you’ll also find that it is unpredictable at the best of time. Having an umbrella may be just as important as having the London A-Z to get around your new home town.

Once you’re settled into your new London rental you’ll want to get out an experience everything at once. There are some events that are happening in July that should definitely be on your list of things to do.

·      Even though Wimbledon is well under way by now, you could still enjoy a day out by heading to the center of world tennis.

·      If you’re super fit and even if you’re not then there is nothing like taking part in, or watching the London 10km road race through the stress of London. Everyone takes to the streets of London to raise money for charity and this year it’s being held on Sunday 10 July. A perfectly respectable start time of 9:35 am if you do fancy a bit of a lie in before the race; watching it that is.

·      If you’re a Harry Potter fan, then 15 July is the date that all Potter fans have been waiting for. The release of the final Harry Potter film and the conclusion to the movies and books that have made this English boy wizard a part of millions of lives over the past decade. Now that you’re living in London you’ll be able to recognize many of the iconic locations used in the films.

Wherever you living in July, you’ll love the festival atmosphere and the tourists having fun. Summer is a great time to explore the city and make it your home before the real slog of work and winter begins

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