About North London
North London covers a wide area of the capital, above the River Thames. Rich in history and culture, there are many different areas and boroughs to explore. Tottenham, Finsbury Park, Archway and Hampstead are just a few of the different areas in North London – with many local attractions. If you’re a football fan, take in a game at one of the North London rivals Tottenham or Arsenal, for the quirky culture, drop into the borough of Camden, or for beautiful views over the city, visit Hampstead Heath. The area may have changed significantly over the years but it is still home to some significant historic sites, such as the north campus for London Metropolitan University which dates back to 1896.
Setting up your business here
North London is a great area for any company; it is home to many businesses due to its regular and well-connected transportation hub, but without the central city price tag. Some large corporations which reside in North London are MTV Studio and Expedia. Entrepreneurs can benefit from the location too though as there are many places on hand for start-up support and guidance. Whether you are looking for a fully serviced office, a hot desk opportunity or anything in between, the area has many options for rent, either in one of North London’s more prestigious locations, or in one of the area’s more understated addresses.
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Things to do in North London
North London doesn’t disappoint when it comes to attractions. For a bit of history, head to the RAF Museum, Keats House or Fenton House. For a lunchtime break, sift through the realms of random goods at Camden or visit the ‘World’s End’ pub in Finsbury Park, which has table football and traditional board games to play over lunch. If the weather is good, there are some beautiful parks in the area, such as Hampstead Heath and Primrose Hill which has a range of events on throughout the year. If you want to make the most of your evening, there are a range of eateries of different nationalities to choose from. We’d recommend Oslo Court in St John’s Wood, Gaucho in Hampstead and the Bull and Bush pub in Hampstead. Why not try Coco Bamboo in Camden for cocktails or Brazilian and Caribbean food and Belgo’s in Chalk Farm for seafood lovers. With pubs and bars a plenty, there will always be a local for after-work drinks.
- Tube lines: Northern, Piccadilly, Victoria, London Overground, Jubilee and Metropolitan
- Mainline stations: Euston and King’s Cross St Pancras
- Nearest motorways: M1, M11 and M25
- Nearest airports: Heathrow, Gatwick and City
- Other: Eurostar from St Pancras