Well-heeled suburb in North London – apparently one of the most expensive places to live in the country.
Set on top of a hill, Highgate village is a series of shops and pubs set around a road junction. It looks like a quaint country town, but the incessant traffic will always remind you that your actually not far from the centre of London. The A1 passes through the area – a main route north out of the capital. Despite the victorians diverting the Great North Road through the nearby cutting at Archway, the roads are always busy.
Highgate tube station is close to the centre of Highgate and it’s on the Edgware branch of the Northern Line. The climb up from the tube station platforms to Highgate Village will certainly help you work up a thirst.
Numerous buses serve the area.
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