Where In The U.K. Should You Actually Live?
You’re energetic, driven and aren’t afraid of striking out on your own. London may be overwhelming for some but you can make it work. It’s the capital for a reason.
Spot the arty one. You should live in an old city with winding hills and hidden nooks, along with a brilliant cultural core. Like Edinburgh. Handy, that.
You see the best in everything, and don’t mind being creative with your options. Belfast welcomes you - from music to food to arts, it’s all yours for the taking.
You’re a lot of fun, you are. You value sports, the countryside and a cracking nightlife. It’s proper lush, Cardiff.
You’re different, but in the best way. Some people may think you're trying to hard, but you're just living your life. So stuff them.
You like to keep to yourself, but you’re not a loner. Wide open seas and sandy beaches appeal to you, but you also like the allure of cosy pub, and a bustling city centre. Perfect.
Game for anything, you are the person everyone wants to know. Liverpool welcomes you with open arms, and a glam, raucous night out.
You’re independent, and not one to follow the crowd. Leeds' art and music scene will appeal to you - but also its beautiful scenery and vibrant city centre.
You’re forthright, with an amazing sense of humour. You’re practical, but not stuffy. Go North, you’re clearly a native Geordie.
Basically the capital of the North. Winterfell, if you will. You're driven and sociable, but far too nice for "that London".