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London Bridge


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London Bridge (King William Street)
London, United Kingdom

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"Basically, anywhere on the Victoria Line, Northern Line, Picadilly Line or Jubilee Line (Underground train lines, aka the tube) will be well connected to New Oxford St, Leicester Square, Westminster, Waterloo Station and London Bridge."  See More

"London Bridge - view of Tower Bridge, Borough Market, view of River thames and Saint Paul's Cathedral, The Shard (Europe's tallest skyscraper), olde-world streets, historic pubs and buildings."  See More

"Have dinner at a pub near London Bridge, such as the King George IV or The Old Thameside Inn on the river."  See More

"Clapham Common Shoreditch / Hoxton Dalston Angel Islington Shad Thames on the South bank London Bridge Putney All are a bit on the hip and happening side with their own vibe going on."  See More

"Hi Courtney, Restaurants in London are easy to come by. When I was organising business dinners in the city we liked: - Jamie's Italian Threadneedle Street (a chain by Jamie Oliver - good food, reasonably priced and good service) - Blueprint Cafe (At the design museum, walking distance from Tower Bridge. Lovely, fancy food, set menu deal on certain nights, great view of Tower Bridge) - Sushisamba (for the view, cocktails and tapas-style Japanese-Brazilian-Peruvian sushi on the 38th-floor Heron Tower overlooking London) - Duck & Waffle (located ABOVE Sushisamba, open 24 hours, great for breakfast meetings) - TĪNG (Located on level 35 of The Shard, this glass walled restaurant serves modern European cuisine with an Asian twist as you enjoy breathtaking views across London.) - Shoryu (A chain located all through London with yummy Japanese ramen (noodles and soup)) - Haz (A Turkish cuisine chain located all through city of London) - Ottolenghi (haven't been here yet, but it has been recommended and I am booked to go end of August). I have a larger list here:"  See More

"Save by not going on the Express line, and just take National Rail to London Bridge."  See More

"You can easily catch the train to Brighton (England) from Victoria Station or London Bridge station in London with National Rail or Southern Railway services."  See More

"And of course there is the centre with everything you've seen about London on TV (London Bridge, Big Ben, Oxford St) and a lot of shopping but also MANY people and tourists."  See More

"If you venture onto the Southbank then I would suggest that you take a walk along the river to London Bridge where you will have an excellent vantage point over The City's skyline from The Scoop and Potters Fields Park."  See More

"One of my fave areas is around London Bridge - there's Borough Market which has great food tastings as well as amazing bars and cafes and you're close to the Thames for great walks to see the sites and check out the mix of old and new architecture."  See More

"A stroll along the South Bank is always a great London experience - between Waterloo and London Bridge."  See More

"I suggest you start from either Waterloo Station (Royal Festival Hall) -- my preference -- or London Bridge (The Bowl or even Borough Market where you can get a great coffee at Monmouth Coffee Company), and walk towards the Tate Modern."  See More

"From Victoria to London Bridge, the walk takes about three hours (how long it took me when I walked it) and takes you past the London Eye, the Houses of Parliament, the Tate Modern, Battersea Power Station and Trafalgar Square and Buckingham Palace are both short walks from the riverside."  See More

"Rides I specially enjoyed: going across the London Bridge, and happening upon a large green space with a bike path going along a canal for about a kilometer, somewhere between Canary Wharf and Liverpool Street."  See More

"London Bridge is probably the most visible new addition to the London skyline and Europes tallest skyscraper."  See More

"The best accessible is Gaucho in Piccadilly, but the Gaucho Tower Bridge has the best view of London Bridge."  See More

"go on to Borough Market for food (check the days its on) near London Bridge you can of course just keep going."  See More

"You can walk along Thames River from London Bridge to the Millennium Bridge (other way around in this case."  See More

"I went to Buckingham Palace, London Bridge, Tower Of London, Westminster Abbey, Thames River Boats, Big Ben, Mephisto Picadilly Circus and a few other places all without having to pay a dime outside of my London Pass."  See More

"The Southbank. The Southbank is a great stretch on the south side of the Thames River which is in close to Waterloo Station You can walk along there at Xmas time and visit the Christmas market, taste the delights on the southbank. If you don't find any of the festive food that you are interested in maybe visit Young Vic Theatre theater which is beside Waterloo station and has the best burgers and it takes you away from the chain restaurants along the the southbank. The Southbank Centre always has something to do and most of it free. >"  See More

"London Bridge is close by so I finish my walk there Drinks in the evening at Gordon's Wine Bar really old bar underground candle lit and atmospheric."  See More

"You can go see many of the sights for free (there is only a charge to enter and honestly the outside of the buildings are generally the most interesting part): Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, London Bridge, Westminster Abbey, House Of Parliament, Tower Of London, Olympic Park, etc."  See More








   
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