Ever since I was about 13 years old, London has been calling me. It was the form of listening to the Clash’s “London Calling” that really had me pumped to see this beautiful city in person. Blown away by the album, it instilled in me a vision of London as a dynamic, complex, and beautiful character within the album. Its inclusion in the album almost makes you feel like it is a part of the band.

As a rock and roll or music fan, there is no better place to stay in the world than London. By far, in my definite top 3 places in the world, this is one place that you should try to live in at least once in your life. There are many options for places to stay, but I find that Housetrip.com has a great selection of London Hostels that makes finding a place to stay in London a piece of pie.

The thing with London is that your best memory of it is not because of things you saw, it is of things you’ve experienced. My first time in London was one of the best experiences in my life. Everything looks so stylish and fashionable, and every experience is felt movie-worthy.

Even though it has been a while since I was last there, it is definitely a stick with you forever kind of place. It gets under your skin and makes you feel like you belong there, and that you are a part of something grand. I think that really is it, that feeling that you are part of something historic and thousands of old.

At the end of the day though, London is a city with its own tune. It buzzes with many different sounds as if calling you from the past to the future. That’s the kind of music any kind of music lover can enjoy.