Archway is a tiny village, really, centred on Archway’s tube station, and on the edge of central and north London. Bounded by no less than nine green spaces and parks, Archway is quite pretty. Highgate Cemetery is particularly nice – you can plant a big red kiss on Karl Marx’s tomb there, and the urban bits of Archway have some quite lovely terraces, shopfronts and the like, plus a famous art school. There’s also a good number of restaurants in Archway, generally clustered centripetally around the Archway gyratory, where Highgate Hill and Archway Road from the north meet Junction Road and Holloway Road running from the south. There’s an Archway restaurant representing almost any cuisine you can imagine, from Italian to Indonesian.