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It’s got a reputation as London’s epicentre of the more, ahem, risqué kinds of entertainment, and make no mistake, Soho is home to many thriving cabaret venues. From the old-but-goodies to the new kids in town, read on for our recommendations for a thrilling night out.

While the majority of Soho has struggled to fight off the forces of gentrification over the last couple of decades, Greek Street has proven itself particularly resilient. Its slightly seedy charm sets it apart from its neighbouring streets. It is, in other words, the perfect place for a wander down Soho memory lane – and on Greek Street, that involves a lot of jazz. Find out more about it here

If you like your morning brew with a side of London history, Berwick Street will be right up your alley. One of Soho’s most colourful and varied thoroughfares, the street has been through many redevelopments since being built in the late 1600s. But there’s still plenty to eat, drink and discover here. So grab a coffee or a tea, sit back and relax: there’s no better place to spend a couple of hours watching the world go by. Read all about here.

It’s the time of year to venture outside and embrace that park life. We’ve lined up some of West London’s cleanest, greenest nature spots for you, from venerable botanical gardens with centuries of history to the newest kid on the block.

Spring is in the air, which means now is the perfect time to get on your (Boris) bike to explore the city. And don’t worry, you don’t have to have calves of steel and a full spandex getup for these routes - but don’t forget your helmet.