If you think you need a visa, please read the following section.Otherwise, skip to one of the other sections: Where to Live, How to Find a Place to Live, How to Find Work, How to Set Up a Bank Account, Transportation in London, Living in London FAQs.Nevertheless, public attitudes towards immigrants/foreigners are on the whole vastly more positive in London.This might have something to do with the fact that over 1/3rd of Londoners were born outside the UK.
Basically, if you come to London from abroad to work, expect: to be asked about your home country a lot, to be teased occasionally about your vocabulary/pronunciation of certain words, to meet tons of amazing people, to have loads of amazing experiences, and to pay more for accommodation than you ever thought possible.
As a white Canadian male (who also has British citizenship), I get asked where I'm from on a fairly regular basis.
I also feel as though I occasionally get mistaken for a tourist when out in Central London.
Stop by for homemade cakes and fresh sandwiches — with salmon cured on the premises — or swing by on the weekend for brunch.
Fika, Shoreditch Fika is an expression meaning 'coffee break' in Swedish and this is something the Swedes take very seriously.