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In a city this large, you can expect to find a vibrant mix of ethnicities and backgrounds and while sometimes the different vibes overlap, largely the neighbourhoods that make up London are fairly distinct.
London is official divided into Boroughs (plus the City) and the Boroughs are generally thought of as Inner and Outer. Most visitors to London will spend their time in these Inner Boroughs.
But while these governmental boundaries exist, London's neighbourhoods are often referred by geographic names - the West End, East End, South Bank, City and Central London.
Oxford Street, London, UK