Are you looking to relocate? In the UK, there are unlimited location options, so it can be hard to choose where you want to settle. It may that be you’re looking to move, as the area where you live is not as vibrant as you want it to be. If this is the case, you should look further afield to find out where some of the of the UK’s most popular areas are. 

To help you find the right neighbourhood, you should take a look at the following areas, which are a selection of some of the most popular locations in Britain.  

Montpelier, Bristol 

Many Londoners who are sick and tired of the capital find themselves in Montpelier, which is known for its creativity and community. This is the perfect location for those looking for a relaxing lifestyle, as it offers an awesome bohemian vibe.

This small town was voted number one in Travel Supermarket’s list of coolest neighbourhoods in the UK. They came to this conclusion by finding the location with the best hip cultural spots, creative jobs, and traveller value. Montpelier ticks all these boxes, as it is the prime area for Bristol creatives looking for work, and it also has plenty of independent coffee shops that are popular with residents and visitors. 

Baltic Triangle, Liverpool

Liverpool was also recognised by Travel Supermarket as one of the coolest areas in the UK, although the top neighbourhood was given to the Baltic Triangle. 

There has been a significant amount of regeneration in the Baltic Triangle, with property companies like RW Invest recognising its potential by building several developments. These luxury apartments are being offered to young professionals and students who have chosen Liverpool as their home. 

Salisbury, Wiltshire

According to the Sunday Times’, this Southern England city is classed the best place to live in the UK this year. While it may not be a hotspot for tourists, it has become popular with UK residents who are looking to live in a historical town with great community values. 

The city of Salisbury is known for its medieval charm, with all aspects of the town working around the famous cathedral. You can even find a local Nandos in a medieval home and the local cinema in a 15th-century building. It also has location perks, as it is only an hour and a half away from the thriving city of London, and also not far from the Poole Harbour coast in Dorset – offering the best of both worlds.

Isle of Dogs, London

While London is not everyone’s cup of tea, it has a particular pull for some people who find great satisfaction from living in the capital city. However, the main problem with London is the soaring house prices, which means only a select few can actually afford to live there. Despite this perception, there are a few affordable locations, such as the Isle of Dogs in East London, which is located near the city’s docklands. This includes the well-known Canary Wharf, which is one of the most sought-after places to live in London. 

One of the benefits of living in the Isle of Dogs area is that it gets you away from the hustle and bustle of the city, with a relaxing home by the riverside. This area is on the up, and despite many Londoners not stepping foot in the neighbourhood, many have found tranquillity here.