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"The Soho area is popular among the LGBTQIA+ community, but also students and people who want to have fun. Basically, Soho is one of those neighbourhoods where you can find all sorts of people. During the day time, you can find many little restaurants and cafes, at night it's full of pubs, clubs and happy people hanging out on the street. "
"Believe it or not, SoHo London is known for its somewhat risqué vibe. There are plenty of things to do here day in night including, but not limited to, exploring Riflemaker art gallery, listening to live jazz at Ronnie Scott’s or testing out the “Press for Champagne” button at Bob Bob Ricard."
"One of the liveliest neighbourhoods in London, with plenty to keep you occupied day and night. It’s well-known for its exciting nightlife and fine dining establishments. From being one of London’s run down and lousy neighbourhoods, Soho has become one of its trendiest."

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