London’s financial district is a hub for many people living and working in and around the City. The City is rich in history and striking architecture including one of London’s most recognisable historic landmark, St Pauls’ Cathedral. Check out The Gherkin, The Barbican Centre and The Shard just across London Bridge on the other side of the river. Walk across Tower Bridge, one of the most famous bridges in the world with glass floors and stunning views across the river and city.
Whether it’s business or pleasure that brings you to The City London, a diverse choice of eateries, cool bars, independent shops and galleries will keep you entertained. A few hours can easily be spent browsing through Spittlefield market. The City offers plenty of culture to satisfy all interests and make this a fascinating place to stay.
Take a walk across the bridge or quick bus ride and you have access to London Bridge and all that it has to offer. A compelling choice of site seeing, fascinating history, and mixture of casual and high end restaurants many of which the ingredients are sourced fresh straight from the local borough market. Take some time to look around borough market, it really is worth it, whether you are after a snack or lunch on the go or planning your evening meal. Enjoy a stroll alongside the River Thames and take in some of London’s best views.
Liverpool Street is the main gateway station in The City and connects with the Circle, Hammersmith and City, Central and Metropolitan lines as well as offering national rail services to other parts of the country. Other nearby underground stations include bank and Aldgate. Tower Gateway (DLR) provides frequent trains to Canary Wharf and takes 17 minutes.