Between the wealth of Marylebone, the edgy energy of Soho and the grandeur of Bloomsbury, Fitzrovia is an area with a historically bohemian edge. Wide avenues lined with tall buildings in Victorian brick criss-crossing cobbled side streets. Over time, many waves of people from all over the world have forged a resolute sense of community in this central London neighbourhood. Frequently described as an urban village with a bohemian history, previously home to the wild and decadent - poets, writers and vagabonds, heavy drinkers and concubines. Nowadays its residents live among creative agencies, fashion HQs, television production companies, art galleries and a wide selection of shops, restaurants and bars.

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