London, the famous capital of England, is often described as a huge beautiful metropolis hosting a large population. However, charming London is home to clustering villages and numerous boroughs and areas, usually identified by neighborhoods. Indeed, English people say "Bristen" rather than "Lambeth" and "Soho" rather than "Westminster city" because London is marked by particular neighborhoods, offering each unique stories, heritage, and abstract boundaries, only defined by Londoners.

Whether one is looking for an artistic and cultural trip or for a friends' weekend break in the English capital, London’s best neighborhoods never fail to answer its demands. Here are 11 coolest neighborhoods that will keep one coming back.

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11 Soho

Soho is one of the coolest neighborhoods in London. Situated in the heart of the city, and part of the west end of London, it is a dynamic area that offers the best pulsing nightlife in London. The vibrant district presents a variety of bars, restaurants, hotels, and shops and features streets filled with lively and dynamic vibes. Soho is a great place to find boutique shops and live entertainment. People can also visit the Soho Theater, the most vibrant one in London, featuring comedy and cabaret.

10 Camden

Camden is another creative and exciting district in London. Located in the North, the area is famous for the Camden Market, a fun place to spend the day. From walking through Camden High Street, discovering the decorated shopfronts and painted facades, to shopping for a variety of products, including jewelry, clothing, and London souvenirs, one can enjoy a full day around the town. Beyond shopping, there are lots of coffee shops, restaurants, and music venues, such as the Electric Ballroom and the Roundhouse. People will also spot a bronze statue honoring Amy Winehouse and her musical heritage. It's worth spending a night in this neighborhood's iconic hotels.

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9 Walthamstow

Walthamstow is also another exciting and lively area in the Northeast of London’s capital. This district has amazing street art, including neon art cafés and a combination of contemporary shops, local markets, and restaurants. People also visit the William Morris Gallery, displaying the life and work of the designer along with textiles and ceramics, and enjoy Walthamstow’s nature reserve, home to various birds, including kingfishers and herons. There are also many fun studios and creative workshops to discover around Blackhorse road. Booking a stay at Walthamstow's unique hotels is a good idea.

8 Tottenham

Tottenham area is located in the northeast of London city and is home to new and trendy things. The area is famous for the big Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and is home to the Tottenham soccer team. One can stroll around the city’s busy High Road, which is lined with local shops, eateries, and hip cafes. It is also recommended to walk the paths alongside the River Lea and through the Tottenham Marshes. Tottenham area is also home to various accommodation options.

7 Brixton

Brixton is considered the multicultural neighborhood of London. It represents the new face of the modern capital and reflects positive energy and vibes at all hours. This London corner is a great place to eat, drink, socialize and meet new people. As soon as one visits the place, he will be impressed by the colors, sounds, and smells coming from different directions, making this neighborhood extremely popular among youngsters relocating to the city. Brixton is accessed easily via the metro and is home to many terraced houses and buildings. It's worth staying the night at one of this neighborhood's charming hotels.

6 Marylebone

Marylebone is one of the few low-key chic residential areas in London. This quiet and elegant neighborhood is intriguing and offers boutiques and restaurants lined on Marylebone High Street.

Tourists queue to enter the famous Madame Tussauds and the Sherlock Holmes Museums, walk into the popular Daunt Books, try doughnuts at the Chiltern Firehouse and enjoy a buzzy Australian atmosphere at Daisy Green. People are recommended to spend a couple of nights at Marylebone's hotels.

5 Covent Garden

Covent Garden is one of London’s major tourist destinations. This place gives a taste of both old and new London, mixing the old British history culture with the new fancy modern days. It is home to a wide selection of hotels and elegant boutiques, fashion stores, numerous foodie hotspots, and theaters hosting musicals and plays. People come to watch street entertainers and performers and visit the Royal Opera House, St. Paul’s Church, and the London Transport Museum, presenting vintage vehicles.

4 Peckham

The Peckham area is a hipster area situated in the Southeast of London, mostly famous for its rich arts scene and nightlife. The area is and is one of the trendiest neighborhoods in London and a good choice for people seeking a dynamic London lifestyle. It is home to Goldsmiths university, known for creativity and innovation, features some best fascinating bars, hosts cool events, and is a major place to visit with friends and dine at chic restaurants and shops on Bellenden Road. Staying the night at Peckham's hotels is a good idea.

3 Kensington

Kensington is among London’s prettiest neighborhoods and the major ones for fine museums worth visiting: the V&A relative to decorative arts, the natural history museum related to nature, and the Science museum making one explore materials, time, and space. Not to forget the lovely parks and excellent dining experience the area offers. For a superb shopping experience, people stroll the streets of Knights bridge that lead to Harrods and Harvey Nichols and also make time to relax around Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, admiring tree-lined avenues, a lake, and pretty parkland. The area is also home to some of the most unique hotels in the city.

2 Notting Hill

This part of west London offers numerous superb restaurants and decent hotel options. It's home to the Portobello Road Market, which sells antiques, fashion, and street food, and the Design Museum, featuring the history of modern design. It is also interesting to visit imposing mansions, churches, and canals decorating the area and making the Notting Hill experience unique. People can also find a vibrant night scene around Notting Hill and Shepherd’s Bush and assist if occurring at the Noting Hill carnival, where people get the chance to dance together in the name of the community.

1 Spitalfields

Spitalfields is a dynamic area, home to artists and a large Bangladeshi community. The area is famous for street art, vintage shops, and trendy bars all around Brick Lane, which is the best part of the area and is home to many lined houses. People visit the Victorian Spitalfields Old Market, where one can find unique crafts and fashion, artworks, and artisan foods made to bring the artists' attention to new generations, and nearby restaurants cater to lunchtime City workers. It's advisable to stay the night at a Spitalfields hotel.