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London Bridge

Known for its famous bridge and Borough Food Market as well as cultural sights and attractions, the area of London Bridge and Southwark have much to offer any visitor. And there is no better way to experience these districts of London than staying in a luxury serviced apartment.

Where is the London Bridge area of London?

Named after its famous bridge, the London Bridge area of London is actually part of the Southwark district. It’s roughly located immediately around London Bridge station and Borough Market, on the south bank of the River Thames, directly across London Bridge. 

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Known for its famous bridge and Borough Food Market as well as cultural sights and attractions, the area of London Bridge and Southwark have much to offer any visitor. And there is no better way to experience these districts of London than staying in a luxury serviced apartment.

Where is the London Bridge area of London?

Named after its famous bridge, the London Bridge area of London is actually part of the Southwark district. It’s roughly located immediately around London Bridge station and Borough Market, on the south bank of the River Thames, directly across London Bridge. 

The area is easily accessible via London Bridge Train and London Bridge Tube stations and it is not only home to some of London’s most well-known attractions, but also a pleasant walk from many other sightseeing spots.

What is the appeal of staying in London Bridge?

Part of the Southwark area of London and famous for being a foodie traveller’s paradise, London Bridge has been a trading district since Roman times. Food and commodity markets have existed here for over 1,000 years. 

Mixing old historical buildings and modern architecture, London Bridge is home to some of London’s most well-known attractions, such as The Shard, one of the tallest buildings in Europe, with its amazing panoramic views of the city; Tate Modern, the home of contemporary art; Shakespeare’s Globe theatre, where you can not only watch Shakespeare’s plays but in the way they were originally performed; The Imperial War Museum and the world-renowned Borough Market, the destination for fresh produce and artisan food.  From here, you are also around the corner from many other attractions such as the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, St Paul’s Cathedral and the Southbank Centre.

London Bridge is also where you will find Guy’s Hospital, one of London’s most famous teaching hospitals and a major centre for cancer diagnosis and treatment in the UK, as well as London Bridge Hospital, one of the largest private hospitals in the UK specialised in acute and complex care.  As part of King’s College of Medicine, Guy’s Hospital is also a centre for neuroscience research, including age-related diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and dementia, and nervous system damage due to stroke or injury.

Things to do in London Bridge and Southwark

If the major attractions are not enough, London Bridge and Southwark are also home to other, more alternative attractions, such as the London Bridge Experience, the Fashion and Textile Museum, Potters Fields Park by City Hall and The Clink Prison Museum to name only a few. If you want to take things easy and go for simplicity, nothing can beat a walk following the River Thames south embankment, from where you can view London’s famous skyline.

Places to eat in London Bridge and Southwark

Boasting a wealth of stylish eateries, bars and coffee shops to make any foodie traveller happy, you will not be short of places to eat in London Bridge and the wider Southwark district. Head to Borough Market, Southwark Street, Southwark Bridge Road, Bermondsey Street or the pedestrianized Bankside near the Shakespeare Theatre for a quick snapshot of the favourite hotspots. And if you fancy luxury dining, why not book a table at one of the The Shard’s restaurants and enjoy panoramic views of the city while you dine?

First time staying in a London Apartment?

Serviced apartments are a great alternative to hotels. They are typically larger than an equivalent hotel room, providing a kitchen and lounge area as well as a bedroom and bathroom, so you have plenty of space to relax and enjoy your stay. For families or groups of friends travelling together, apartments also offer multiple bedrooms, so you can keep everyone in one apartment while still maintaining privacy and personal space.