London is a truly global city - it's a hub of business activity, the heart of the financial world, and a melting pot for different cultures, people and ways of life. With London's spot on the world stage cemented in place, it's no wonder that people flock to live in such a magnificent city. London isn't just a global city - it's also the largest city in Europe, and the capital city of the United Kingdom. London is also home to the seat of central government in the UK.
It'd be impossible to document every single attraction or landmark in London - there are simply too many. Everywhere you look there's something historic or something famous. In the north of London there's the Emirates Stadium - home to Arsenal FC. In central London there are the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and the London Eye. In the south there's the Imperial War Museum. Wherever you look and wherever you go, there's something to do.
London is well connected with the world's other major cities - and the other major cities in the UK too. It boasts strong rail links to Birmingham and Manchester - and its major airports at Gatwick and Heathrow boast direct flights to almost any city you could imagine on the planet. From Sydney to New York, from Beijing to Helsinki, there's nowhere on earth you can't get to from London.
London is home to many big businesses dotted across the expansive city centre - the bulk of which are located on the old West India Docks, now the site of Canary Wharf. London is only becoming more popular with those seeking work and accommodation in Europe's premier city.