Less than three and a half miles away from the city centre, Fulham is a vibrant area within the London Borough Hammersmith and Fulham. It lies directly across the river from Putney and Barnes and is well served by the District Line as well as a somewhat erratic river boat service!
Chelseaís poorer sibling is popular amongst backpackers, antipodean residents and those who have aspirations to live in SW3 but canít quite afford it. That being said, there is plenty to commend Fulham as a neighbourhood in its own right: many green spaces, independent boutiques, tree-lined roads and the renowned River Cafť restaurant, making it one of Londonís most desirable (and expensive) areas to live. It is also the home of Stamford Bridge, Chelsea FCís football stadium and Fulham Palace, the former residence of the Bishops of London from 704 onwards, which is today a museum recounting the history of the building.
Famed for its wonderful pubs and open spaces, Fulham is an excellent base for both locals and visitors.Which borough is Fulham in?
Fulham is in the borough of Hammersmith and Fulham