Top Ten Nicest Places In London
The Top Ten
I like a wonderful place and big park and coffee shop.
Although it is expensive it is a nice place to live and it is probably the safest part of London. Richmond Park is also just down the road and most shops are in big retail parks. There is a great decent sized Pets at Home there so if you have any animals it's a great place to live
Really posh Very calm And nice parks I've been to one with deers and came to eat my food But It was ok very kind and Lovely houses
Richmond is a very Posh Area in Southwest London with lots of Parks and Lakes
We love living rich housing and goods shopping kings road
Very Rich and Fancy Place in West London. Peaceful Pretty Area.
It's a good place, but I don't like the football team
The best! !
Generally clean area with a large high street and architecture. right by the river thames further upstream where the water is more blue and there are swans and ducks
By no means the best!
In The Very South of London. One of the safest places in the city. Nearest Tube Station is Morden.
Very expensive part of Central London.
Science Museum, Hyde Park, Natural History Museum, Q&A museum and Royal Albert Hall is there too. Even if you cannot live there it's a great place to visit.
My wife and I are American and come to London once a year. We have many British friends who tell us the best places to shop, dine and stay and for the last 9 years we must say that Knightsbridge is the best so far. Chelsea isn't too bad either, it's quite nice.
Expensive Posh Area, right near Chelsea, similar to Chelsea
Good shopping nice place
I went to Hampstead Heath and it's really nice and it's a place in London with Hills, the grass hills in Hampstead Heath are awesome.
North London Village. Calm Area with a Village-esque Feeling
Peaceful and beautiful area but with benefits of being close and accessible to the city
Nice, peaceful and well connected.
Beautiful Town in the North West
In The Very North London, lots of green space and a very Peaceful Place.
Green Area with lots of Parks and Recreation near Hammersmith in West London
Lovely by cutty sark and beautiful royal Greenwich park. Lived there for about two years. Nice walks along the Thames too.
Renovation of Docklands mean North Greenwich (O2) is much better than it used to be. Just hop on the bus to North Greenwich. Takes about 5-10mins
It's funny how the most dangerous place in London can be high up in this list. I live there, it's very nice and different and I don't regret it.
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Camden Town is disliked by many critics, however I can't see how it is a bad place to live, there is a brilliant market and nearby, there are many nice, yet affordable, homes in close proximity to the centre of London.
Just south of Hampstead, Belsize Park is an expensive, yet great place to live with excellent transport links to the City centre of London.
St John's Wood, home to Abbey Road and Primrose Hill, is a very beautiful and affluent area of London. There are also many things to do in the area, as London Zoo and Regent's Park are both nearby. - aldwych94
Bit stuck up but still quite pleasant and no major hassles
If I would live any where in London, it would definitely be Fulham - favourite area!
Why is Morden here? The place is now starting to become heavily deprived, with an increase in crime in the local area. There are nice towns nearby though, like Wimbledon and Mitcham. - aldwych94
Why is this high up the list? Europes biggest mosque is located there and loads of gang violence
Canonbury and Highbury are nice. Avoid Holloway at night though. Lots of crime there.
Very clean bright atmosphere. Sees like a pleasant civill district.
Architectual buildings compliments the sweet shops, restaurants, therefore blends in nicely with all form of buildings. No nasty fast food shops with their smelly stench.
The council houses difficult to distinguish because well keep, West end standard very cleanly maintained.
Mayfair, in close distance with Hyde park is quite a peaceful retreat from the chaos of nearby places like Westminster. It is extremely expensive to live there though.
Lived there for 5 years now. Used to be a nice area but it has got worse now. Drug dealing, thefts and murders is something common in Golders Green now.
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Great place I don't know why it's so low
It my home and hotel nice place job school shopping and London underground one zones bus London
Good job cheap rent or hotel easy travel Earls Court to centre london working and open 24hrs shopping lower racism 💜
Nice Neighbourhood in North London. Family Friendly Area
Wimbledon Park is a rather peaceful area in South West London, with many green spaces and a nice village feel.
Its like living in the country with the Greater London area.
Seeing "Ham" is pretty funny when you're used to seeing West Ham or East Ham on the tube map. - Rocko
Dulwich has really nice houses, not to mention its very well known school Dulwich College
I have lived there all my life - hardly any crimes, really nice sense of community and nice cafes!
Are you kidding Hackney is full of thugs
WHY IS THIS ON THIS SO SO BAD don't GO HERE please don't
FULL OF GANGS
Holy f imma cry...my HOME!
Nice and Local to Central London and Camden Town. Primrose Hill itself has great views especially on New Years Day where you can see great views of the fireworks other than the South Bank and Charing Cross which gets REALLY crowded. It's opposite Regents Park and Not too far from Hampstead Heath. Good place to raise children and great place to walk the dogs.
Primrose Hill is sandwiched in between Regent's Park and St John's Wood and is a peaceful retreat in close proximity to Central London.
Originally quite a poor place, but eventually become quite an expensive part of London to live.
Quiet suburban area, nice residents, good sized gardens, plenty of parking, well serviced, well connected
A very affluent and peaceful area of Harrow with a beautiful high street. - aldwych94
Wonderful place to live, village feel, open green areas and canal's to stroll along. Only 15 minutes to the centre of London and you could be in a pretty English village.