London is a diverse city crammed with people and most of these people require a form of transport to commute from place to place; therefore, before you start living in London, distinguish a few places with good rail links. Investing in a Travelcard will save you money, but it will be no use if you do not live near a station that provides access to the tube. The following three areas are recommended for people who need to travel from place to place.


Peckham is approximately 3.5 miles from the Charing Cross part of East London, and a top choice for people considering living here. As a major center of the city, Peckham attracts people from all over the world on a regular basis and the population is estimated at just over 19,000. Moving here could be a cheap alternative, not only for the great choice of apartments and flats, but also for easy access to the tube station. PeckhamRye railway station can be found nearby, with transport to various parts of the city and beyond. Queens Road Peckham railway station is another rail link to use, giving you endless opportunities to commute.

Crystal Palace

If you are seeking out fantastic views, as well as good access to rail links, then consider moving to Crystal Palace. Crystal Palace is situated in a spot which is named as being the highest spot. This height enables residents to view the outstanding skyline, morning and night. In addition to the attractions and breathtaking views here, you can find Crystal Palace railway station. Due to this railway station being based right in the depths of the town center, you can do a spot of shopping and jump on a train to your next desired location. Consult with a relocation agent before living in London, to get low-cost apartments in this destination.

West Norwood

West Norwood offers people a chance to get amongst city life. Based in the London Borough of Lambeth, West Norwood is a very residential area, perfect for homeowners. You can take some time out when moving here by having an afternoon stroll in one of the many green park areas. If you need to travel to work, or to meet family and friends, then hop onto a train at West Norwood railway station. Many restaurants, clubs, hotels and bars cover the streets here too, proving it a worthwhile choice for people of all ages.

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