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From the time of the Romans to this day, London has stood on the River Thames as a symbol of renewal and growth. The capital city houses iconic landmarks such as Westminster Abbey and Big Ben, a nickname given to the Great Bell of the Houses of Parliament. Even more historic architecture stands throughout the capital, such as the British Museum that was established in 1753.
Relocating to England's Capital City
London has 33 boroughs, spanning from Chelsea to Shadwell Hill. Each borough has its own local government, infrastructure and unique feel and identity. You can ride the subway, take a cab or use another form of public transportation to reach your job, an attraction or a local pub. For food and entertainment, a trip to West End in the central part of the city places you at numerous nightclubs, cinemas, bars and restaurants.
Staying in London
Heading overseas on a job relocation is tough enough without the hassle of finding a place to stay. CorporateStays provides peace of mind, helping you find the ideal place from the start. Whether it's corporate housing or long-term rentals, you'll feel at home in England's capital with the help of CorporateStays.