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  • W1d
  • Leicester Sq /
  • Piccadilly
  • Charing Cross
  • 10, 25, 55, 98, N55
  • 8,7 miles
  • 14,7 miles
  • 27 miles
  • 31,4 miles
  • 35,44 miles
  • I spent three nights at this apartment with my friend and it was an amazing experience...It was nice and clean just like It is shown on the pictures. The location is unbeatable!

    Sandra Mann
  • My stay at this Relocabroad apartment has been great! Everything about the place was accurate and as described. I really enjoyed staying there and the flat suited our trip perfectly. The location is what really makes it 5 stars as the area is trendy and has something for everyone! Highly recommend!

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About Soho

Soho, London's entertainment centre, is located right in the heart of the West End. The area covers roughly one square mile (2.6 square kilometres), easy to be explored on foot. Bounded by Oxford Street, Regent Street, Leicester Square and Charing Cross Road, it emobodies the myth of both iconic 1960's "Swinging London" and its more recent 1990's ironic version, "Cool Britannia".

Diverse, wild, fashion forward and loud, Soho attracts a wide mix of people. Its history, venues and atmosphere make it a must-see for tourists and a nightlife hotspot for Londoners. The whole district is lined with bars, restaurants and clubs that remain busy almost around the clock. It is also one of the most valued shopping venue, where to buy both vintage and designer clothes, shop unique retro records, find exotic food and bizarre Chinese crafts or explore the mistery of traditional Oriental medicine.


China Town

Although it is not one of the largest Chinese community in the world, London Cina Town well preserves its authentic spirt and truly mantains its own individuality. Located along and around Gerrard Street, off Leicester Square it spreads into Wardour Street at one end and Newport Place at the other. The area boasts a great variety of restaurants showcasing some of London's finest Asian cuisine. Along the bustling streets you can shop some unique Chinese crats, find Asian vegetables and authentic Eastern ingredients at Chinese supermarkets or relax at a reflexology specialist.

The best period to enjoy China Town is during Chinese New Year Celebrations, the biggest in the world outside China and one of the main outdoor event in the capital. This spectacular event, falls between late January and mid-February and lastes for 2 weeks. It opens with the traditional Parade and terminates with the magical Lantern Festival.

Soho Square

This charming bohemian square is located on the northern end of Soho and is considered the "green lung" of the area. Known as a popular meeting point, is also the place where Londoners eat their meals during lunch breaks or chill out on warm spring days. The Square was designed in 1681 and called King's Square, after Charles II, whose statue stands in the north part. Right in the centre of the sqaure is a tiny mock-Tudor house, the gardener’s shed, whose lift was a passage to a bomb shelter from Warld War II, used by Londoners durin German air-raid.

The square is surrounded by some historic buildings including the 19th century St Patrick's Church and French Protestant Church of London. South of the square is Dean Street, lined with bars and restaurants. Number 28 was the home of Karl Marx and his family, from 1851 to 1856. The building is now commemorated by a Council plaque.


Carnaby Street

The iconic Carnaby Street is located in the heart of Soho, between Oxford Street and Regent Street. The name Carnaby Street is synonymous with 1960s "Swinging London", phrase coined by Time magazine becaming famous allover the world. This was a key place for Britain's youth revolution and had a long-term influence on London's shops, fashions and tourist industry. By the end of the 1960s, Carnaby Street was London's second most visited tourist attraction after Buckingham Palace.

Today Carnaby tries to mantais its original charm and primacy as major alternative shopping spot in town, holding live music gigs, one-off pop-up shops, and shopping events, like the famous "Street Eat at Carnaby Street" a fun event, held every July, mixing street food and fashion.

Soho Restaurants

53, Shaftesbury Avenuer
W1D 6LB - London
Tel. : 020 33 27 38 88
Berners Tavern
10, Berners Street
W1T 3NP - London
Tel. : 020 79 08 79 79
The Noodle House
117, Shaftesbury Avenue
WC2H 8AD - London
Tel. : 020 37 25 57 77
8, Hanway Place
W1T 1HD - London
Tel. : 020 79 27 70 00
Rum Kitchen
First Floor, Kingly Court
W1B 5PW - London
Tel. : 020 79 20 64 79
Chotto Matte
11-13, Frith Street
W1D 4RB - London
Tel. : 020 7042 7171
45, Lexington Street
W1F 9AN - London
Tel. : 020 7494 1634
50, Frith Street
W1D 4SQ - London
Tel. : 020 7494 9075

Popular Clubs&Pubs in Soho

The White Horse
16, Newburgh Stree
W1F 7RY - London
Tel. : 020 74 94 97 48
Madame JoJo's
8-10, Brewer Street
W1F 0SE - London
Tel. : 020 77 34 30 40
9, Swallow Street
W1B 4DE - London
Tel. : 020 7287 2715
Kabarets Prophecy
16-18, Beak Street
W1F 9RD - London
Tel. : 020 7636 0933
Milk & Honey
61, Poland Street
W1F 7NU - London
Tel. : 020 72 92 99 49
Café de Paris
3-4, Coventry Street
W1D 6BL - London
Tel. : 020 77 34 77 00
11-12 Walker's Court
6-7, Great Newport Street
W1F 0BD - London
Tel. : 020 74 34 43 74
17, Greek Street
W1D 4DR - London
Tel. : 020 7287 3727



2 reviews

Bright and spacious flat, right in the heart of Soho, few minutes walk from Piccadilly Circus, Oxford St and Covent Garden. One bedroom, spacious living room & fully equipped kitchen, one bathroom.

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