If you feel like being romantic about it, you could go as far as to say that London is a mysterious place. On the surface, there is not much about it that stands out very much, unless you really like busy roads and rush hour traffic. Despite that, people from all over the world are drawn to London, and while some go there just to visit, some decide to settle there permanently. What could it possibly be? After all, it is rather doubtful that the whole world comes down just to walk around Trafalgar Square and look at Big Ben (which is currently under construction) from afar. One could say that it’s just a giant clock on top of a tower, which isn’t exactly wrong, but there’s just something strangely captivating about London which consistently keeps bringing people in. If London is good for anything, it’s definitely good for partying and if you’re feeling the need to celebrate or you want to go out and party just because, then it’s hard to find a better place on this side of the hemisphere.
Check out the pubs
Not that you need to go very far in England to go check out a pub, but while you’re at it, why not? Central London alone has more pubs than you can shake a stick at, and if you’re looking for something slightly less busy then why not head on over to Angel where there is a pub at just about every corner? Less crowded than Oxford Street but still a mere few stops away on the tube. In fact, why not just rent a bar altogether? London bar hire is more common than you’d think, and if you want a memorable night out with friends then why not?
Go to Soho
Soho has earned itself quite the reputation over the years. Despite being right in the very centre of London, literally right next to centre point and Oxford street itself, it is quite a mixed bunch. While it may just be a somewhat busy mixture of offices, shops, tattoo studios, cafes and sex shops during the day, at night all the fun people come out and go partying. Soho has quite the rep for being lively at night, so whether you want to go and badly sing your heart out at the karaoke, go across the road to the Ice Bar, or grab coffee at Balans Cafe at 4:30 AM, Soho is the place to be.
A mobile party
Of course, if your party spirit cannot be confined within the walls of a single building, why not take the party on the road and let all of central London know that you’re having a good time. Remember when the buses were cooler and had the open back door where you could hop on and off at any time? Well, those are rather rare nowadays, replaced with the newer, much more boring models, but we still do have the next best thing. Party buses. Party bus hire is rather common in London, and if you wander around Picadilly circus or Trafalgar square during Friday and Saturday evenings, you have probably seen them in action. Lights everywhere, music, and people having a good time.