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Fulham provides the perfect balance for young City professionals and families, with it's modern town centre, picturesque streets and parks, and its riverside views.Name: fulham_text_1 Content:
Things to do
If you want to have a good time in Fulham, you should know that there is an abundance of activities that you can take part in. There are plenty of opportunities available for sports enthusiasts, particularly those who are interested in football as the renowned Fulham FC was founded in this area in 1879. This makes it the oldest professional football team in London. The home of Chelsea is right on Fulham's border. You can take a tour whilst at the Chelsea statium or visit the museum to learn more about the team and its history. Nevertheless, you should always be prepared when big games come around, especially when Chelsea has one. Individuals will travel from all over the UK to see the game live, so make sure that you get your tickets in time. If you're in search for a place to swim, you can visit the public pool located on Lillie Road, at Virgin Active. Tennis players can check out the courts on Eel Brook Common, the same place where you can engage in a rugby match. To enjoy the great outdoors, you can take a stroll in Bishop’s Park. It’s right along the Thames, and you can find both a breathtaking floral collection and even a small beach. This is also where you can discover Fulham Palace, possibly the most notable building in the whole area.
Food and Drink
Food: For some delicious British cuisine, check out Claude's Kitchen, which you can find right above Amuse Bouche or if you're in the mood for a fine Italian meal, try the River Cafe, and for some tasty Thai food you can dine at Blue Elephant.
Drink: Some of the top places to grab a drink with friends, family or colleagues are The Game, White Horse, The Little Blue Door, The Lost Hour, Duke on the Green and Simmons Fulham.
Whether you're looking to splash the cash or on the search for boutique apparel, Fulham is also a marvellous place to “shop ‘til you drop” with a wide variety of stylish boutiques and day-to-day shops to enjoy. For those interested in shopping for every day essentials, The Fulham Broadway shopping centre is your place to go.Furthermore, there are dozens of options for grocery shopping in Fulham. Some farmer's markets you can visit are the Bishops Park Farmers' and Fine Foods Market or the Parsons Green Farmers' Market. For your everyday groceries, you can also go to Tesco, Budgens or Sainsbury's, to name a few. You also have a Whole Foods available near Fulham Broadway if you want organic produce.
EducationPrimary schools include Melcombe Primary and Fulham Primary, whilst secondary schools options in the area, include Lady Margaret School for girls. The Fulham College Boys' School is a popular non faith school. Fulham is also the location for private schools such as Fulham Prep School and the London Oratory School.
Tube: Fulham provides plenty of alternatives for transport, both under and over the ground through Fulham Broadway, Parsons Green, and Putney Bridge stations which are found in Zone 2 on the District Line.
Bus Routes: If you are looking to venture into the city, you can take buses 11, 13 or 295. You can also take 295, 391 or 424 to Clapham Junction, Richmond or Putney Heath.
Car/Bike: If you have a car, you are only fifteen minutes away from the M4. Those who enjoy riding their bicycles can commute to Victoria in just twenty minutes. If you need to get to Waterloo, it will just take you about thirty minutes via bicycle. If you fancy cycling, you can check out some great local shops like Gumtree, Evans Cycles or Cycle Junxion to get a bike in the area.Name: fulham_text_2 Content: