discover london

central London is just 20 minutes away

The city

Those commuting to The City, can be there in just 17 minutes.

The Gherkin is one of London’s most instantly recognised landmarks standing at 180 metres tall. Visit the restaurant and bar to enjoy panoramic views of the city.

A view of the London skyline including the Shard and the Gherkin

The Shard
London’s 95-storey skyscraper is the tallest building in Western Europe. Visit the public viewing area to see the capital from over 240 metres above ground level.

A Mojito cocktail with a sugared glass rim next to freshly cut limes

Located on Bishopsgate, Duck and Waffle is the highest 24/7 restaurant in London; try out the breakfast menu or take in the stunning views for an evening and sample the cocktails.


The West End is accessible in just 22 minutes. Shop ‘til you drop on Oxford Street, exploring high street brands and iconic stores including Selfridges. Swing by trendy Carnaby Street for a quirky mix of independent boutiques and well-known brands.

Carnaby Street graffiti art
London Taxi and Bus driving near Covent Garden

Explore Covent Garden, one of London’s most distinctive shopping areas for hip fashion, unique gifts, jewellery and cosmetics.

Camden Market can be reached in 30 minutes, you’ll find an eclectic mix of stalls selling fashion, music, art and food.

Eating out

Soho can be reached in 22 minutes and is home to some of London’s best theatres, restaurants, bars and clubs. The one square mile area has it all!
Try Dishoom for Bombay style dishes that pack a spicy punch. Blacklock is a must for the best home-cooked Sunday roast.

A fish dish with side salad, bread and dipping sauce
Tomatoes, carrots and cabbages found on a London market stall

Borough Market is 20 minutes away and is one of the city’s largest and oldest food markets dating back to the thirteenth century. It’s packed with artisan traders and home to some of the best restaurants and bars in the city. Try Padella for fresh seasonal pasta dishes.


Theatre district in the West End is a must for top musicals, plays and drama. Museums and galleries are in abundance.

The National Gallery houses collections dating from the mid-13th Century including Van Gogh, Da Vinci and Monet.

Tate Modern, located in Bankside Power Station, is a place to be inspired and discover modern as well as contemporary art, with works by the likes of Warhol, Dali and Hockney.

The London Eye which gives an incredible view above London
The National Gallery in Trafalgar Square, London

The Shakespeare Globe theatre, an Elizabethan playhouse stands on the south bank, book tickets to see performances including Macbeth, Richard II and many more throughout the year.

Wander along the river on the South Bank taking in the street art and entertainment on offer, then step aboard and take a spin on the London Eye, viewing London from the 135 metres high wheel. Don’t miss the after dark views.

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