5 reasons why Shoreditch is an awesome place to rent.
  1. Fun Quirks

At every corner you’re guaranteed to find a unique quirk of Shoreditch. That’s right: Cat Cafés, hidden Michelin starred gems, pop-ups & posters of surrounding events. You can do almost anything you think might be a fun idea. Take it up a notch and visit Ballie Ballerson for some adult ball pit fun! Shoreditch has no limit when it comes to its fun factor. Have a look at what’s on here!

  1. Brick Lane

Brick Lane is full of history and an array of curry houses (one of which is THE best curry house in London according to Metro!). You’ll also find random works of art by the likes of Banksy, ROA and Ben Eine up and down the lane. If you’re into the gory history of Brick Lane and the area, it’s the same patch that Jack the Ripper would stalk his victims. 

  1. Community

There are many pop-up events taking place which solely focus on bringing locals together. These meet ups are usually held within local bars, pubs, parks or communal spaces. Shoreditch is big on supporting local talent and often showcases music and art shows. Even if these things aren’t for you, they also have an array of book clubs and low-key get togethers you can take part of. The community also likes to thrive off of independent local businesses which reinforces the community vibe. There’s a really cool app for local meet ups. Click here to view their website

  1. So many places to eat & drink. 

If you thought there was plenty to do in Shoreditch in the day time then you’ll love the nightlife in Shoreditch. Boxpark is always a great place to start with plenty of places to catch a bite to eat (inclusive of vegans and special dietary requirements!). From Boxpark you can either walk down into Old Street area where you’ll find an array of cocktail bars and clubs for all types of people.   You’ll never tire of walking around finding new favourites. If alcohol isn’t included in your usual choice of leisure then here is a list of some cool places to venture to

  1. Transport Links

Shoreditch has great transport links that mean you are able to venture out into other areas of London without the hassle of 24 tube changes and bus replacement services. Shoreditch High Street will take you into Hoxton and Dalston area, whilst in the opposite direction you’ll find Old Street on the northern line. The northern line will take you to most of London’s favourite spots (including London Bridge, Borough Market!). Further down you have Liverpool Street station which allows you to jump onto the Central or Hammersmith & City line. Perfect for getting almost anywhere worth visiting.