Soho gives you the best and worst of London: a nightlife that has attracted writers and visitors of every sexual persuasion, a lively fruit and vegetables market and the colour and the atmosphere of Chinatown. Between Regent Street and Oxford Street Soho remains very much the heart of London and of the capital’s most diverse and characterful area. Conventional sights are few, yet it is great for strolling around, with probably more street life than anywhere in the city – whatever hour you wander through there is always something going on. Soho’s nightlife continues to be the prime attraction, either heading to the cinemas in Leicester Square, or to enjoy a few drinks in the latest trendy bars or to grab a bite at the innumerable café’ and restaurants, ranging from the inexpensive Chinese places to the exclusive Michelin-starred restaurants in the backstreets. The attraction remains the unique mix of people who walk through Soho. There is nowhere in the city where such diverse slices of London come face to face with each other. Take it all in, and enjoy.