Greenwich is one of London’s most beautiful and scenic spots. It’s also one of London’s oldest boroughs, giving it a rich and colorful history. Greenwich is so beautiful that it even earned its spot as one of UNESCO’s world heritage sites.

Traditional town houses at Belgravia district in London, England

Another one of London’s top-performing and most expensive boroughs is Chelsea. On average, a home in the area can cost 1.3 million GBP. At present, Chelsea is also where you may have a chance to bump into the likes of the royals. Its famous activity? The Chelsea Flower Festival, right on the grounds of the Royal Hospital.

  1. Belgravia

What’s there to do in Greenwich? Here are some ideas:

  • Four Michelin-star restaurants;
  • One 5* OFSTED rated primary school;
  • Five tube stations

If you’re planning to rent a flat in London before settling down for the long term and buying a home, Camden is one of the most ideal places to live in. But its monthly rent values can also be one of London’s most expensive.

  1. Westminster

One of the most famous spots in Kensington is, without a doubt, Kensington Palace, Princess Diana’s former residence. It’s a borough that’s available to affluent clients like celebrities, wealthy families, and even Prince William and Duchess Catherine’s young family.
Staying true to its royal nature, the Royal Albert Hall and the Victoria and Albert Museum are located in the southern part of this borough.

  1. Knightsbridge

  1. Camden

Westminster is a borough, situated as a part of Central London. Most famous for its historical landmark Westminster Abbey, that’s not all there is in this neighborhood. Its claim to fame is also strategically being home to so many of London’s tourist spots. These include Covent Garden, Soho, and St. James’s. This fact alone brings in a thriving economy in Westminster.
Belgravia London tops the list of one of the top-performing boroughs in London, given how it’s also known to be one of the most exclusive areas in London. Here’s why: in Belgravia alone, you’ll find the following:

  • Go shopping, with its many open-air markets for you to take easy, relaxing strolls in;
  • Try out many of its dishes from street vendors (yes, there are still affordable things to do in Camden);
  • Enjoy an evening of music, given how Camden is also a known hub for London’s live music scene.
  1. Kensington

On top of that, it’s merely a fifteen-minute drive to central London, making it an attractive location also for young professionals. However, do note that Belgravia is very exclusive and accessible only to the select few who can afford to live in the area.
What’s there to do in this borough? Here are some ideas:

  1. Greenwich

London’s area is vast. There are many neighborhoods, also known as boroughs. Some of those are competitive and classified as good performers. But like any other city, there are also those which are identified as low-performing or high-poverty boroughs. Here, the focus is on the former, with the best, most exclusive, in London.
Making it third on this list is Knightsbridge. Its Underground Station is right next to #1 Hyde Park, so that speaks volumes of how exclusive this neighborhood is. It’s an ultra-upmarket, with some of the most expensive real estate in London. And the shops? Harrods and Harvey Nichols are there, too.

  • It’s where the Meridian line exists, and to see it, all you have to do is go up the Royal Observatory;
  • It paints a different picture of London, away from the hustle and bustle of city life—with its more relaxed kind of living in Greenwich;
  • It boasts of a wide naval history, if that’s what you’re interested in.
  1. Chelsea

Oh, London. When you first imagine it, surely you envision a city life that’s ideal. There’s the hustle and bustle of city life as a world-class city, the shopping is great, and don’t forget to mention the food, too—with many options beyond the usual, street fish and chips. London is a dream, but living in it also comes at a price.
If you’ve been to London before, it’s an agreeable fact that London is a diverse mix of people, food, architecture, history, jobs, and many more. There never seems to be a shortage of things to do in London, with each borough making its respective contributions to this metropolitan city. Among the many, however, those above are identified as the top-performing. When you’re in London and you get to set foot in any of those boroughs, you’ll clearly get why.
What are the top-performing boroughs in London? Here’s a list to name a few:
For locals who live in London, however, Westminster is very expensive to live in.

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