Win One Of 10 FREE Memberships To CitySocialising

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Win One Of 10 FREE Memberships To CitySocialising

This is a sponsored competition from CitySocialising.

Discover London, meet new people and win one of 10 FREE memberships to CitySocialising

To celebrate the influx of international visitors to London and across the UK this summer CitySocialising have launched their Discover London series of activities to bring visitors and locals together to explore a new side of London with the people who know and love it best.

The Discover series will take people on an exploratory mission to enjoy the local social scenes across North, West and South London, away from the expected mayhem of central and East London, helping to forge new international friendships between London locals and visitors to the city.

Activities range from visiting the best real ale pubs to finding the best places for Sunday roasts and afternoon tea in London. Discover beer gardens and picnic spots in famous areas like Wimbledon, Hampstead and Notting Hill as well as lesser known spots like Brixton and Kennington. It's a great opportunity for both visitors and local Londoners to enjoy an authentic British social experience.

To celebrate CitySocialising are offering Londonist readers the chance to win one of 10 exclusive Premium memberships to CitySocialising — worth £39.99 — so you can enjoy unlimited days and nights out to meet new people in London.

Two steps to winning:
1. Like CitySocialising on Facebook
2. Then let us know your favourite place in London in the comments below.


Competition closes on 3 August 2012. Winners will be notified via Facebook and announced in the comments by 6 August. For full Terms and Conditions email

Last Updated 19 July 2012


'round Midnight. Live Jazz & Blues music every day. Angel, Chapel Market. Amazing!!


Japanese Garden / Holland Park. Not a lot of people and great fun for the children(on the nearby adventure playground) as well.

Table for ONE

Borough Market and then a walk along the river would have to be my favourite.


The view from Kenwood House, Highgate.


The Old White Bear pub in Hampstead


the open air theatre in Regents Park

Gemgem Panda

Jazz After Dark - Greek St, Soho

Kirsty Connell

South Bank book market

Laura M Bailey

I just moved to London in January but I love being on the Southbank on a summer evening - cider on ice and great conversation with mates! 


Little Venice.

Damian Jaszczak

Of coure Sudbury Hill:)


My favourite place is Horizon café in Leytonstone.

Nat Grove

Right now - standing in the courtyard at Guilldhall and feeling the history of the City all around me. From February I think it might be the top of the Shard and that view of London it will give.

Laura Bell

Playing softball at Regents park at the prof office softball leagues and a drink in Camden town!


After book perusal in Hatchards, art gazing at the Academy, and drinksaim Crown passage, t has to be Primrose Hill. It houses my thoughts perfectly with delicious secrecy over a panoramic view of the best city in the world.

Tracy Lee

The Literature Room in the National Portrait Gallery.

Tracy Lee

The view from the Millennium Bridge looking across to St Paul's Cathedral.


I love Greenwich! it's a great place to have a pleasant and relaxing walk! Also, its history and architecture is just amazing! Ah, and its Sunday market is sooo nicee!


Gough Square with the statue of Hodge the cat