If you’re moving to London from New York you’ll probably know quite a bit about how important it is to have a good understanding of the different areas of the city.
When moving to London from New York looking for a good quality park is something at the top of the priority list. That is doubly important if children are coming along to London. Luckily for American expats London in one of the greenest cities in the world with lots of sprawling parks and woods tucked away throughout the greater London area. Those moving to London from New York are no strangers to parks and can appreciate all that London’s green spaces have to offer.
After moving to London from New York many expats miss the wonderful variety in art. This January while barred from the outdoors due to cold and rain all fresh expats should make a visit to the London Art Fair. This world renowned art fair features over one hundred galleries and will make anyone moving to London from New York feel right at home.
With today being one of the eight days of the Jewish celebration Hanukah, we decided to examine London through a Jewish lens. When moving to London from New York many Jewish families naturally wonder where there are Jewish communities within the city where they will be welcomed. Although London is located in a country not usually connected with Judaism, they have a vibrant and thriving Jewish community keeping the culture and traditions alive.