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During Your Stay

1.  Cost effective food shopping
Alongside the local supermarkets you can also find Aldi and Lidl branches, who offer a cheaper alternative for your everyday needs. You can also find products you may be used to from Germany and Austria.

2.  Social Activities
In London, there are plenty of forums and communities offering a variety of activities for immigrants and short-term visitors from all over the world. Whether it be sports, joint activities, sight seeing, cultural activities and much more. There is always something out there for you to do!

3.  German Tradition in London
Germanic London organises a series of events and get-togethers for Germans in London throughout the year featuring traditional parties, serving German beer, playing German hits and delicious snacks inspired by German cuisine. Of course, non-Germans are invited to join the fun as well.

1. After-Carneval Party - the Saturday after Ash Wednesday: 8.3.2014
3. After-Oktoberfest Party - A Saturday after the Oktoberfest: 12.10.2013

4.  Entertainment
There are musicals, theatres, operas, concerts, festivals and a whole lot of other forms of entertainment! London has much for you to go see and experience and offers a wide selection of everything imaginable.

5.  Shopping
London offers countless shopping opportunities, from department stores to markets and outlets. There are numerous shopping hot-spots such as Oxford Street, Kings Road and Chelsea. We can definitely recommend visiting the large Westfield shopping centre in Shepherd's Bush, Camden Town, with its markets. For those always looking to find a bargain, there are many flea markets with everything your heart desires. 

6.  Sightseeing
In the capital, there is much to see and discover. Whether it be the British Museum, National Gallery, London Eye, Science Museum and Madame Tussauds - everyone gets their money's worth.

A day trip to Oxford, Cambridge, Brighton, or Bath and Stonehenge are all well worth a visit. 

7.  House Pets
EU Pet Travel arrangements regulate the import of animals and it is advisable to consult the authorities first before bringing animals into the country. Please remember that many landlords do NOT allow pets in their properties!


www.ukingermany.fco.gov.uk/de/visiting-uk/pet-travel-scheme