Craft Metropolis – A Review


Monthly beer clubs are nothing new. They’re awesome things, with hard-working beer fans being paid to source new brews for you to discover. Sounds like a wonderful job!

Some of the subscription clubs work by sending you a massive variety of styles across the 12 bottles so you can find something you like. The potential problem is that, in discovering beers that you do like, you also discover styles that you don’t. I, for example, am not keen on wheat beers, extra sour beers or stout. Whenever you get a mixed case, however, they always have these in.

So what do you do when you figure out what style of beers you are keen on? Well, one place you could head to is the Your Pick page at Craft Metropolis, a beer merchant specialising in London breweries.

Craft Metropolis

There’s a massive selection of beers to pick from. The sidebar allows you to filter by brewery, or by beer style. The above screenshot shows just some of the results for filtering by IPA. There’s loads!

Now you’re free to pick away. The Your Pick case has space for 12 bottles or cans. The handy little 12 space shopping trolley icons fill up with your selection as you go.

Craft Metropolis
A quick checkout procedure, and you’re all done! A day or two later and you’ve got twelve delicious beers to enjoy.

For this review, I chose a selection of APA (American Pale Ales), Blonde Ales, IPAs and a couple of Golden and Ruby beers. Still a wide selection of beers that I’d never tried before, but nothing that I knew I wouldn’t like.

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I like it when deliveries come with extras. Things like the Drop Stop wine pouring discs with Vitibox, for example. Craft Metropolis include a charming notepad with pen and a good old fashioned beer mat. Nice touches! But to the beers themselves…..

Craft Metropolis

Even though Craft Metropolis restrict themselves to beers from London, that doesn’t mean that their range is excessively limited. I prefer beers at the lighter, hoppier end of the scale, so I was spoiled rotten. New World citrusy hops are well represented.

Craft Metropolis

Golden / Ruby beers give malt lovers a bit more body to sink their mouths into. The Phoenix Rising Ruby was a pleasant discovery, with even a background hint of chocolate / caramel. Aurelio Golden Artisan Beer donates all profite to prostate cancer, which explains the design on their label.

Craft Metropolis

These beers also show that breweries in London have their tongues firmly in their cheek when naming & packaging their beers. Life on Mars (a Red Ale), Mariana Trench (midway between a UK and American pale ale), Gorgon’s Alive and the Roadie Label emulating an Access All Areas pass.

Craft Metropolis

Craft Metropolis know their stuff, being both passionate and knowledgeable. They’ve got a unique twist in a very busy market (beer subscriptions) in focusing solely on Beers from the Big Smoke. If you do wish for them to pick a selection of brews for you then their We Pick Box would be perfect. Twelve beers are Β£36 including delivery for Your Pick, or Β£34 for the We Pick Box. You can also get a one-off box as a trial / gift / special occasion if you like. Top deal!

I like them. I like their service, their presentation and their attitude. With 135 beers to pick from (as I type this), they definitely deserve checking out!

So – what’s your favourite things about London?

214 Comments

  1. pete c
    4 September 2016
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    the buzz of it all and there is so much to see and do

  2. Rachel Craig
    4 September 2016
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    I have friends in London, and I have many Happy memories of visiting them there. On initial visits sightseeing was something which I did enjoy as part of my visits. Now in later years I have repeated some sightseeing with my fiancΓ©. We did open top bus tour, and boat trip of the Thames was included. What a Wonderful April day, it was Beautifully sunny.

    For me I love to see my friends who I care for dearly, my fiancΓ© enjoyed meeting them. Whilst we made the most of being in the capital by enjoying the weather, seeing the landmarks etc.

  3. janet humphrey
    4 September 2016
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    Love the additional craft ale speciality pubs

    • 4 September 2016
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      So many springing up now, hard to get a bad pint of “generic” now

  4. Jennifer Toal
    4 September 2016
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    Sight seeing so much to see

  5. Peter Watson
    4 September 2016
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    Thats my brother in law’s Xmas present sorted.

    • 4 September 2016
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      Great stuff! Send us your email (our email contact is on the site) and we can put you on the mailing list so you don’t forget! Thanks (xmas already eh!?)

  6. Tricia Cowell
    4 September 2016
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    I used to work in Westminster London, fab place for parks at lunchtime and pubs in the evening. I loved it there.

  7. Bev
    4 September 2016
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    The history!

  8. Margaret Gallagher
    4 September 2016
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    Love the hustle and bustle and going on the underground trying to not get lost

  9. lucy higgins
    4 September 2016
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    The atmosphere, its buzzing and exciting to be there

  10. kat lucas
    4 September 2016
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    I love all the markets, especially Camden

  11. mick proctor
    4 September 2016
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    Stout is underated…

    • 4 September 2016
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      100%, great stories about how stout and porter differ and how imperial porters came about. I have brewed a milk stout myself recently and it was lovely. Weird Beard do a great like of dark stouts and porters.

  12. Joanne Casey
    4 September 2016
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    I think the best thing about London is how there is always something to do

    • 4 September 2016
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      I also love you can choose anywhere to meet and visit a new pub where ever you are!

  13. karen wells
    4 September 2016
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    watching the marathon on the telly each year.

  14. Kim M
    4 September 2016
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    Haven’t been since I was little but did love seeing Buckingham Palace x

  15. Simon C
    4 September 2016
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    When I was a kid, my favourite thing about London was the Natural History Museum. Now I have kids, I guess my favourite thing will be taking them there!

  16. 4 September 2016
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    Craft Metropolis are one of the best beer subscription boxes on the market. Been a fan for months now. Great selection of London beers, always something new to try.

    • 4 September 2016
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      Thanks Gary, one of our top customers…brilliant to have your recommendation! Oli

  17. Lisa Parker
    4 September 2016
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    I love the Buzz and the history and the wide range of cultures co-existing in London x

  18. Rosalind Sargent
    4 September 2016
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    I Adore London, our beautiful City,The hustle and bustle of the streets, loads of famous shops and Carnaby street is a must with its quaint boutiques , the night life, Live Music of all genres, I just Love all the different sounds, Theatre land with its Happy and colourful costumes. Song and dance, I adore the West end, the bright and neon lights. The old buildings, all the historic landmarks, the glorious glistening river Thames, posh restaurants , London is buzzing and is alive,I Love to take pictures and capture memory of everywhere I go, my favourite place to sit is on Primrose Hill, with its stunning views across London watch the world go pass, and the glow from the Sun settle on a warm summers evening with the one person I love, sharing a picnic and a beer and see day turn into night the London skyline light up as dusk then turns into the Night.

  19. Rachel Arnup
    4 September 2016
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    Buckingham Palace

  20. Helen Hodgson
    4 September 2016
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    I love the atmosphere, seeing the sights , and the culture

  21. Warren Jacobs
    4 September 2016
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    That i dont live there! I like the quiet of the countryside.

  22. LouiseB
    4 September 2016
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    Loads of great places to eat and shop!

  23. William Gould
    4 September 2016
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    I’m not a big fan of London, but we have to go there to see any top events, so we put up with it… πŸ™‚

  24. Mari Sutherland
    4 September 2016
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    The museums and the fact they are free!

  25. 4 September 2016
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    I love that there is so much to do and to enjoy

  26. Lorna Kennedy
    4 September 2016
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    After spending holidays in London for many years, sightseeing can become boring, but I’ve found I’m more interested in history as I’ve got older, so there is still always plenty to, looking at things from a different angle. I’ve become a lot more interested in food lately too so the street food markets are an absolute joy to visit πŸ™‚

  27. Emily Hallett
    4 September 2016
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    That there’s so much going on – theatre, shopping, concerts etc.

  28. Laura Jeffs
    4 September 2016
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    Love London’s museums, but also love the theatres!

  29. Andrew Petrie
    4 September 2016
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    Lord’s. I love watching Ashes cricket there.

    • 4 September 2016
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      One of the best day’s out you can have. As long as England win and the sun is out!

  30. Becky John
    4 September 2016
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    I love the theatre and the huge variety of different cultures

  31. 4 September 2016
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    The Emirates stadium – I’m a massive Arsenal fan!

    • 4 September 2016
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      We do stock Hop Stuff Arsenal Pale Ale – it even comes with a red and white label!

  32. laura stewart
    4 September 2016
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    seeing the black cabs x

  33. ValB
    4 September 2016
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    Something for everyone

  34. Tao Jerng
    4 September 2016
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    The sheer variety of it. Gives me a sense of limitless potential.

  35. Wendy butcher
    4 September 2016
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    My family live there it’s great to visit

  36. Brad Start
    4 September 2016
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    Everything. The theatre, the bars, the clubs, the houses, the gallery’s………the list is endless.

  37. 4 September 2016
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    Amazing to read all your comments about the Big Smoke, and thanks so much for your interest in our site. I’m a Yorkshireman but fell in love with the place (and the beer) and I’m stuck here now! It isn’t perfect but it’s certainly an amazing city. Cheers, Oli, Craft Metropolis.

  38. ADEINNE TONNER
    4 September 2016
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    My favourite thing about London would have to be the amazing theatre shows they have.

  39. claire woods
    4 September 2016
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    I love all the attractions like Big Ben.

  40. jayne hobson
    4 September 2016
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    WOULD BE THE ZOO AND WILDLIFE

  41. iain maciver
    4 September 2016
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    sight seeing

  42. Anthony Harrington
    4 September 2016
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    the architecture, old and new

  43. Diane Goulding
    4 September 2016
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    Fab review.

    My hubby and son (and myself) all love a good beer, i’ve been tempted by the beer clubs before but i’ve been put off by either bad reviews or because I know we’d be getting beers that we don’t like. This concept sounds ideal, and if we do happen to pick a beer that none of us like we’ve only got ourselves to blame so it won’t put us off trying them out again.

    • 5 September 2016
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      Thanks Diane, we have tried hard to solve that exact problem. Not everyone likes every beer but trying new ones is part of the fun! Hope to be sending you some beer soon! Thanks for the kind words, Oli

  44. Simon M
    4 September 2016
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    The amount of greenery oddly enough.
    40% of London is green space which makes it a lovely place to visit as around every corner there’s a little garden tucked away to enjoy a sandwich and some peace and quiet.

  45. Tracy Hanley
    4 September 2016
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    There is so much to see and do in london

  46. amy bondoc
    4 September 2016
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    there so much to do and see ! love all the museums and the architecture

  47. Linda King
    4 September 2016
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    Would love to try these beers

  48. Lisa C
    4 September 2016
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    I love London because there is something different around every corner. Some of the architecture (modern and otherwise) stops me in my tracks. All of the different areas have a slightly different ‘feel’ and there really is something for everyone. I’m taking my big sis (a child-free night away for both of us) at the beginning of next month and I can’t wait!

  49. Angela Boucher
    4 September 2016
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    My favourite thing about London is that my sister lives there and I can visit with her when I go there.

  50. james wood
    4 September 2016
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    So many things of interest to see and do

  51. Holly Gibson
    4 September 2016
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    I love the city buzz and the skyline at night

  52. Rebecca Nisbet
    4 September 2016
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    i love doing the tourist bits, like madame tussauds and the cool shops!

  53. Gillian Brewster
    5 September 2016
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    I love the parks and history or buildings and memorials. I love being in central London and spending quiet time admiring the view

  54. dawn f
    5 September 2016
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    there is always something great to see or do, there is always something happening for everyone and there are some really great places to eat and see bands

  55. D Milner
    5 September 2016
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    mmmmmm! Beeeeer!!!

  56. Kirsty Hosty
    5 September 2016
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    I love seeing all the sites and there is always something to do

  57. Ruth Harwood
    5 September 2016
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    The Tower πŸ™‚

  58. Ray Dodds
    5 September 2016
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    The pubs and the shows in the West End

  59. Andrew reed
    5 September 2016
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    Emirates stadium

  60. David Thomson
    5 September 2016
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    The Arsenal! What else?

  61. Carolynn Woodland
    5 September 2016
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    I love walking along the river bank

  62. Chris Michael
    5 September 2016
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    The London Eye

  63. Maria Dhillon
    5 September 2016
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    The Atmosphere x

  64. Yvonne Bradley
    5 September 2016
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    The Queen

  65. Margaret Gallagher
    5 September 2016
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    That’s a hard one -riding the underground and trying not to get lost

  66. Charlotte Foy
    5 September 2016
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    I don’t go too often but I love Camden market. I went for the first time when I was 13 and it was amazing, I wish it hadn’t changed so much so I could appreciate it more as an adult.

  67. maria blythin
    5 September 2016
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    the buses and shops x

  68. M Harvey
    5 September 2016
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    I love London because it’s one of the most diverse city’s in the world

  69. Claire D
    5 September 2016
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    Sight seeing especially the museums

  70. Laura Pritchard
    5 September 2016
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    The books stalls on the South Bank.

  71. Kerry Purves
    5 September 2016
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    I love the old buildings, I’m very much into learning about British history and London is perfect for that.

  72. Evette Williams
    6 September 2016
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    My best friend lives in London so when I go to stay, she shows me all the best places. I love our time spent together.

  73. Jo Carroll
    6 September 2016
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    The best thing about London is that there is such a variety of things to see and do in a relatively small area.

  74. Lisa Wilkinson
    6 September 2016
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    I love walking along the South Bank

  75. Liam Bishop
    6 September 2016
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    There is ALWAYS a new bar or restaurant to go to.

  76. The fact there is always something going on day or night and new shops and areas to explore

  77. Andrea Storey
    6 September 2016
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    I love how you can never be bored, theres always something happening or somewhere to go.

  78. Solange
    6 September 2016
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    The atmosphere, the buzz, the sightseeing and the history.

  79. Lynne Oconnor
    6 September 2016
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    All the hidden parks and greenery that only the locals know qbout

  80. Corinne Peat
    6 September 2016
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    I love Camden market. The shops, the stalls and the food!

  81. Cherry Edwards
    6 September 2016
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    All the free museums and art galleries, so many to choose from and so interesting too

  82. liz ferguson
    7 September 2016
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    Sorry – I am a country bumkin through and through – I’m not keen on cities.
    The only city I really enjoy visiting is Edinburgh, and that is because it’s on the way to the Highland’s of Scotland.
    But, I do appreciate their beers – so, I guess my favourite thing about London is their beer – especially since I can have it posted xx

  83. allison sullivan
    7 September 2016
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    my hubby and i have visited london a few times on our own and have to say the best thing is the sight seeing especially going into harrods and affording to buy things in there to get the famous green bags lol

  84. 7 September 2016
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    would be fab if I was lucky enough to win please thanks for a great giveaway

  85. Catherine Pawsey
    7 September 2016
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  86. Marie Jacobs
    7 September 2016
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    St Paul’s Cathedral ,The stairs are also good exercise to get up to the cathedral

  87. Gemma Massey
    7 September 2016
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    So many things to do a few of my faves are London eye, Buckingham palace, Houses of Parliament and Big Ben

  88. Kerry Kilmister
    7 September 2016
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    I love visiting the museums across London – there is so much history and culture to learn

  89. Michelle Ferguson
    7 September 2016
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    All the lovely shops

  90. Michaela Hannah
    8 September 2016
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    I love the amazing choice of bars and restaurants

  91. Julie Anne Barker
    8 September 2016
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    The atmosphere, the buzz, the choice of bars and restaurants sightseeing and the history

  92. Jamie Piper
    8 September 2016
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    beautiful website

  93. Kelly Hirst
    8 September 2016
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    I love the diversity of London from modern to historical, there’s so much to see still & I’ve been living 20 mins away by train for my whole life

  94. C Parkin
    8 September 2016
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    Cultural life-museums aplenty

  95. Natalie White
    9 September 2016
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    There are loads of amazing restaurants!

  96. Pam Lawrence
    9 September 2016
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    I have only been to London a few times, so I don’t really have favourite things, but i do love the Natural History Museum.

  97. Carly Belsey
    10 September 2016
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    There is so much to do, I love the Westend and going to see shows πŸ™‚

  98. emma walters
    10 September 2016
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    the variety of entertainment/days out and shops

  99. Kathy B
    10 September 2016
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    I love the wonderful London parks in the summer time where I can chill with my friends!

  100. Claire Willmer
    10 September 2016
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    Well it has to be the diverse choice in food and places to visit as well as it is were some of our nearest and dearest still reside πŸ™‚

  101. Richell Lever
    11 September 2016
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    Has to be all the great shops and eating places

  102. Richard R
    11 September 2016
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    The Tower of London

  103. melanie crumpton
    11 September 2016
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    Love how there is so much to do

  104. cheryl hadfield
    11 September 2016
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    Has to be Buckingham palace

  105. Julie Kenny
    12 September 2016
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    I love the buildings and the crowds x

  106. 12 September 2016
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    Trying to see the queen x

  107. Stevie
    12 September 2016
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    I once went as a child to a wedding. The whole city was amazing.

  108. Claire Stewart
    12 September 2016
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    Love the diversity in London

  109. JULIE WARD
    14 September 2016
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    I’ve never been but wouldn’t mind doing a bit of therapy shopping

  110. felicity williams
    16 September 2016
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    Going to the Natural History Museum and absorbing the history and culture of the city πŸ˜€

  111. 16 September 2016
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    I love just wandering around the historic districts appreciating the architecture

  112. ABIGAIL HAMILTON
    16 September 2016
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    The culture

  113. Stevie
    16 September 2016
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    My favourite thing about London is my memories of a family wedding the first time I visited.

  114. helen w
    16 September 2016
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    The fantastic architecture

  115. Emma Jones
    16 September 2016
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    There’s just so much going on

  116. Gill Mitchell
    16 September 2016
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    I love Big Ben πŸ˜€ Such a special landmark.

  117. Sheila Sloan
    16 September 2016
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    I love the culture and the sense of history that pervades the whole ofthe city.

  118. Deborah Clarke
    16 September 2016
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    My favourite thing about London? Coming back up North ha ha. Only joking . I l9be the music scene and nightlife . It is rivalled only by Manchester !

  119. Alison Johnson
    16 September 2016
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    Love the Museums

  120. Lance Bellers
    17 September 2016
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    The Walkie-Talkie viewing garden

  121. Keri Jones
    17 September 2016
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    Gosh I love so much about London. Firstly, the shops & not just clothes ones either. I love the variety of cuisine available too. So much more but I’d be here for ages, lol x

  122. Lynn Heath
    18 September 2016
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    The buzz of the m London is unlike anywhere else! I always enjoy a ride of the tube (not rush hour though!)

  123. Kim Styles
    19 September 2016
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    the architecture and the musuems

  124. justine Meyer
    19 September 2016
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    LOve visiiting the museums with the kids x

  125. Tracy Newton
    20 September 2016
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    I can’t just choose one thing. I love the atmosphere, the underground, seeing the sights, shopping, choice of food, theatres, absolutely everything

  126. jodie harvey
    20 September 2016
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    the landmarks

  127. laura bryant
    20 September 2016
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    Big Ben

  128. Lyla
    20 September 2016
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    Love taking a boat trip along the Thames

  129. 21 September 2016
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    Love London for sightseeing – such history and culture – It really is amazing x

  130. Samantha Bolter
    21 September 2016
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    dipping in and out of the little shops in back streets away from the big superstores, pie & mash n liquor and a brisk walk along riverside in the evening….

  131. Laura Nice
    21 September 2016
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    The shard!!

  132. Judith Allen
    22 September 2016
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    My daughter lives there. I prefer here, in lovely North Wales,

  133. Helen Moulden
    22 September 2016
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    That there’s always something to do. Have been to some great events in London!

  134. All the shops!

  135. Krzysia
    23 September 2016
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    Where do I start? I just love the history round every corner, the beautiful green spaces, the fantastic museums but most of all the fabulous theatre shows!

  136. Iris W
    23 September 2016
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    I love the Museums, theatres and the parks.

  137. Purmala Shrestha
    24 September 2016
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    Transport

  138. Denielle Nicol
    24 September 2016
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    I love that I live in East Lonon right next to a river,in a park surrounded by nature reserves and the marshes so it feels like you like in the country yet walk in the other direction and ur right in the hussle bushel of Lindon and can get to and do anything you fancy.

  139. carole n
    24 September 2016
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    love the museums

  140. sandy ralph
    24 September 2016
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    i love going on all the site seeing tours each time i visit as its on the buses and on the river Thames too, I never get bored with it all

  141. Rachel Butterworth
    24 September 2016
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    The history and architecture.

  142. Heather Jenkinson
    24 September 2016
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    I love the little nooks and crannies in North London, especially around Camden Market.

  143. michelle o'neill
    25 September 2016
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    the old buildings x

  144. 25 September 2016
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    Love the Museums and Buckingham Palace

  145. gemma raines
    25 September 2016
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    I love riding on the tubes love it even more so Iv finally learnt to read the tube maps πŸ™‚

  146. Andrew Loades
    26 September 2016
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    The amount of different things to see and do, its constantly evolving

  147. Becky Yeomans
    26 September 2016
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    I love that there is plenty of sight seeing to do and love how British it is!

  148. Philip O'Neill
    26 September 2016
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    I love Londons History πŸ™‚

  149. Danielle Cresswell
    26 September 2016
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    Love the natural history museum x

  150. Mary H
    27 September 2016
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    Leaving. Meeeeow. Nah there is lots of awesome stuff to do in London and I love how you can just get lost. It’s too big for me to live there, so I just like to spend a few days when I visit now.

  151. Rich Tyler
    27 September 2016
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    There really is something for everyone

  152. Hayley Colburn
    28 September 2016
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    I love that there is so much to do and so many places to visit, when we go there, we always have plenty to do and the kids love it

  153. Leanne Bell
    28 September 2016
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    I really love the landmarks πŸ™‚ I go into tourist mode in London.

  154. alice lightning
    28 September 2016
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    all the sights and heritage so much to explore

  155. Kayleigh White
    28 September 2016
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    The hustle and bustle!

  156. Mark Whittaker
    28 September 2016
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    Its variety – It really is the whole world in one city , yet still retaining a real Britishness.

  157. donna l jones
    28 September 2016
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    seeing all the sights

  158. Nikki Hayes
    28 September 2016
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    The West End – we always go to the theatre when we visit London :o)

  159. M Harvey
    28 September 2016
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    Oh yes please????????????????????????????????pick me

  160. Christine Caple
    28 September 2016
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    I love that however many times you visit there is always something new to see or do.

  161. Kat Allinson
    28 September 2016
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    I love that everything is so big

  162. Sheri Darby
    28 September 2016
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    London is brilliant – the parks are free and just beautiful

  163. Michelle Wild
    29 September 2016
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    The tiny little old fashioned courtyards and streets that are secreted away.

  164. Martina Alban
    29 September 2016
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    I love the hassle and bustle, all the tourists and languages it’s just great

  165. kelly morgan
    29 September 2016
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    the variety of different people you see

  166. Andrea Miles
    29 September 2016
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    unusual cuisines in restaurants, in my town we have the choice of Italian, Indian or chinese

  167. Ray Becker
    29 September 2016
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    Restaurants ,Shows , Hotels + I live there

  168. Mickie Bull
    29 September 2016
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    Camden Market!

  169. jessica cook
    29 September 2016
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    I love the art galleries

  170. Chris Fletcher
    29 September 2016
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    I love exploring the different areas – there is so much variation, it can feel like a big collection of villages! Lots of very good pubs too. Current fave is the Jolly Butcher in Stoke Newington!

  171. Allan Fullarton
    29 September 2016
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    Sight seeing – there’s so much to see!

  172. Emma Price
    29 September 2016
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    The traditional feel pubs (maybe not the cost of the beer), but the atmospheres are great

  173. Ellen Stafford
    29 September 2016
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    I love walking alongside the river Thames.

  174. Mary Baldwin
    30 September 2016
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    There’s something interesting around every corner – it’s just a fascinating city and full of history, My favourite place is Postman’s Park which is near St Paul’s which is a lovely place to rest a while. It contains a memorial to ordinary people who gave their lives saving others – which is a sobering read.

  175. Tiff Jordan
    30 September 2016
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    I love the Thames and boats- the little beaches, wharf buildings and history of it all!

  176. Kim
    30 September 2016
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    I just find London so inspiring! My fave thing has to be the immense history!

  177. Lindy Hine
    30 September 2016
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    I love a day out on the South Bank – so much to see and do it’s great just to stroll along and enjoy the markets, the galleries and the great places to eat and drink.

  178. emma penko
    30 September 2016
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    such a fab variety!

  179. Kim Neville
    30 September 2016
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    Visiting the different sights. The Shard is wonderful

  180. Paul von der Fecht
    30 September 2016
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    The museums.

  181. Jen Shearer
    30 September 2016
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    The Royal Parks

  182. Susan Williams
    30 September 2016
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    The theatres, the buildings, the history, the parks and the buzz.

  183. Emily Hutchinson
    30 September 2016
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    Not that keen on London but I do like the choice of places to eat

  184. sharon martin
    30 September 2016
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    the rich history of the city

  185. karen watt
    30 September 2016
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    nice restaurants and the theatre

  186. Anthea Holloway
    30 September 2016
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    I love the hustle and bustle of London life and, of course, the fabulous restaurants and wonderful shows.

  187. Vicky Robinson
    30 September 2016
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    I love it because I live here LOL!
    Always so much going on! So much to do and so much to see! The big museums are free, lots of lovely big parks, lots of shops, lots of restaurants and lots of fun!

  188. Susan B
    30 September 2016
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    Gosh! Probably the metropolitan buzz and wonderful shopping.

  189. Laura Harrison
    30 September 2016
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    I am afraid to say I have never been, I am aiming to visit next year. I would love to visit all the touristy places. Thank you for the chance xxx

  190. Sandra Jo Siddall
    30 September 2016
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    I Love the London skyline at night because it looks amazing πŸ™‚

  191. Petra Beck
    30 September 2016
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    The best thing about London is that I cannot imagine to ever get tired of it! The theatres, the museums, the parks, or just simply walking along the Thames enjoying the view from one of the bridges and having a leisurely drink in a pub.

  192. Tishist
    30 September 2016
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    I love the multiculturalism.

  193. Lauren Old
    30 September 2016
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    The constant buzz of people and atmosphere

  194. Hayley Todd
    30 September 2016
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    I love London! There are so many fabulous and fascinating places to visit, from all the wonderful historical aspects of London, the amazing museums and galleries, the wide range of shows and restaurants to die for!

  195. Sylvia Paul
    30 September 2016
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    I’ve only been to London once and that was 36 years ago! I can still remember how exciting it was to see Big Ben and Buckingham Palace.

  196. Diana
    30 September 2016
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    Everything’s buzzing πŸ™‚

  197. Jane Middleton
    30 September 2016
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    So many things to see there, and lovely atmosphere.

  198. Corinne Wright
    30 September 2016
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    The Landmarks that we see all most daily on the telly, it’s amazing to see them in person

  199. sandy
    30 September 2016
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    the museums – so many of them!

  200. olivia hinton
    30 September 2016
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    Art galleries and museums plenty to immerse yourself in.

  201. paula cheadle
    30 September 2016
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    would love to try these beers, I have never even heard of them

  202. Adrian Bold
    30 September 2016
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    I love the multicultural mix and the massive variety of things to do.

  203. Jaelin Farrow
    30 September 2016
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    If I’m in London it usually means I’m going to Comic Con, so that’s what I love! But, I love the atmosphere in London, there’s so much to see, do and learn. There’s so many cuisines as well, you could never get bored.

  204. jackie beckett
    30 September 2016
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    The tower of london

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