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680 £ / mois

Colocation London

Room to share | Flat | 5 people

680 £ / mois
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620 £ / mois

Room Share

Room to share | Flat | 1 people

620 £ / mois
1013 £ / mois

Colocation À Ealing, Londres

Room to share | Flat | 1 people

1013 £ / mois
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750 £ / mois
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685 £ / mois

Newly Designed Cozy Garden Room

Room to share | Flat | 2 people

685 £ / mois

About London

You are thinking of sharing a flat in London, the pretty town of Greater London? You won't regret this! Whether you choose to rent an apartment or a shared house, check out Roomlala's ads for London. In the heart of the London region, living in a shared apartment is a practice that is tending to spread. In London, it is ideal to find accommodation to share in order to divide the cost of rent and charges related to housing such as water, electricity, internet... You will certainly find a roommate or roommates amongst the 8,787,892 that count today in the city of London. All you need to do is browse through Roomlala's ads, consult user profiles and see, thanks to their description and messaging, with whom you'll find yourself in good chemistry. To start your search, see the roommate ads in London available near the main streets of the city: Oxford Street, Portobello Road, Soho Street. Kensington, Notting Hill, Soho, Dalston, Peckham... A specific area of London makes you wary? Use the map available on the Roomlala ad listings pages to target that particular neighbourhood and see if there are any shared apartments available to rent in the area. You have found a shared flat in London? Remember to check if the area is well served by public transport, such as bus lines and bus stations nearby (Baker street station, Camden Town station, Brick lane). You prefer the tube to the bus? Do your research and see which are the main tube stations in London (Waterloo , King's Cross St Pancras, Victoria...) and especially which are easily accessible from the shared accommodation. If you also plan to take the train regularly, needless to say that it is important to take these precautions into account. London King's Cross, Victoria... which station in London is closest to the accommodation you plan to rent? They may be rarer than your train trips, but air travel is also a consideration. Be aware that you can easily fly to London from Heathrow Airport, Gatwick Airport, to travel to your holiday destinations or for your business trips. You can discover a common passion with your roommates: music? That's good timing. London reserves you amazing shows and concerts in the halls such as the Royal Festival Hall, The Royal Albert Hall, Barbican Centre. In London, you can take your roommates to the city's hottest festivals: Wireless Festival, Love Box Festival , Notting Hill Carnival. The opportunity to find yourselves in a context that is different for your roommates. If you prefer sport to music, you can offer your roommates to attend games or sporting events. There are some regularly in the known stadiums of London: The O2 Arena , Wembely Stadium, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Sports events not to be missed in London : Emirates Stadium, Twickenham Stoop Stadium, London Stadium. If your roommate favours culture rather than sport, no problem! There are many museums in London, like visiting the @meseum@ will allow you to perfect your knowledge in art, history... and have some nice outings between roommates. Moving to London has its advantages! It will be possible for you to walk in the nice corners of the city, like the parks and squares, like Trafalgar Square, Leicester Square , Parliment Square. The idea is to find a shared flat that is close to the points of interest in London: Big Ben, London Eye, Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge. If you are students, it will be more obvious for you to find your future roommates amongst the other students on your campus. Between here and Kings College London, Gold Smiths University, Central Saint Martins, you won't be alone in wanting to find a roommate in London