Living Local in East London

Photo by Lee Ann Howe (@luxuryworldtraveler)

It’s time to take a trip down to the edgy side of London. East London is the heart of the city’s art movement and alternative scene (it’s miles away from posh tea time and royal palaces). This is the neighborhood tourists don’t often visit, but it is a must-see. Famous graffiti and other art are created here by notable artists like Banksy

And now, through NoteWorthy, a top travel specialist in British experiences, travelers can experience East London in a very personal, luxe way. Noteworthy stopped by our New York office and told us about the East London tour, which is a completely personalized experince. 

The day will start in a privately chauffeured car to this trendy neighborhood. Then an expert guide will explain the art tucked away along the streets and buildings that you may have missed otherwise.  


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After being inspired on the streets, travelers will enter a studio space where they will create their own graffiti art and “tag” on a six-foot canvas. As an added touch, the canvas will be shipped to the travelers’ home as a memento.  

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