Carl Goes London

Still basking in the afterglow of hosting the last Olympic Games and various Royal family weddings/births, Londoners today are enjoying a renewed sense of national pride, wherever in the world the modern day locals hail from. While big business,  big careers and sky high house prices are still a reality in London today, the ever-spirited locals continue to find creative ways of living and working in the city. While spaces in the East End are being reclaimed by a combination of media or tech start-ups and too-cool-for-school-hipsters, the city’s huge green commons and parks are playing host to formal festivals and informal social events. Sublimely multicultural and liberal, London life is enthusiastic yet fast-paced. And everyone is a ‘foodie’. Join Londoners for post-work beers on the pavement and get involved in the city’s constantly changing calendar of makeshift cultural events; working hard and playing harder will give you a little of the London spirit too.

Carl Goes London is the city guide for curious and creative people who want to become a citizen of London for the duration of their stay, whether it’s for three days, three weeks or three months. Carl Goes London includes:

  • Eight interviews with locals, from entrepreneurial start-up owners to renowned chefs;

  • Information about working in London, including co-working spaces, networking and industry events, practical information about how to set up a business and where to go for a working lunch;

  • Guides to the different neighbourhoods in London, including tips of where local residents like to hang out;

  • Our top tips of how to spend three days, three weeks and three months in London;

  • Where to eat and drink in London, from cafés and supper clubs, to traditional pubs and high-end bars;

  • Where to stay in London, from high-end hotels and fully serviced city apartments, to quirky guest houses and design hotels;

  • Ideas of how to ‘get lost’ in the city to explore London for yourself;

  • Practical information about how to get there, get around and generally get by in London for the duration of your trip;

  • Day and weekend trips away from London, and a guide to other places in the world with a similar vibe to London;

  • More than 100 colour photographs to give you a sense of London’s DNA.


Book details

Format: Paperback, full colour
Size: 21”x13”

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