Why Millennials Love London

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London's St Paul's Cathedral, from the Millennium Bridge

Along with Berlin, Montreal or Amsterdam, London is one of the best cities in the world for millennials. According to the rankings by Berlin-based apartment search engine Nestpick, its strong university presence places it third in the 2018 Millennial City Ranking.

Millennials often get a bad rap for a perceived sense of entitlement or narcissism, but this is more often than not false. Most millennials care more about equality or housing than partying or taking the perfect selfie.

London is a unique blend of the traditional and the modern

London thus features amongst the best cities for millennials to live in because of its cultural diversity, technological integration, and thriving business opportunities.

The city is home to prominent publishing houses, newspapers, excellent restaurants, law offices, businesses, and opportunities in various other fields, making it one of the best places in the world for young people to begin their careers.

Londo houses are notoriously expensive

Though London is notorious for its expensive housing, extremely affordable shared living spaces abound for those who want to live in the city. More millennials than ever are also looking to rent rather than buy property.

London is also famous for its culture and diversity, accepting all ethnicities and nationalities. Indeed it is said that you can find food from every corner of the world here. The cultural hotspot has all the sights, experiences and nightlife that anyone could possibly want. Every year millions of tourists flock to London to experience its history, galleries, cultural activities and fetes including the annual Notting Hill Carnival.

Areas like Camden Market are full of eclectic stalls

As one of the best-educated generations in history, the lifestyle and work habits of millennials differ greatly from previous generations, and London is one of the best places to live in. This bright and beautiful celebrates both individuality and diversity and is exciting to be a part of, and the 8 million people who live there would definitely agree.

 

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