Welcome to London Bridge – home to entrepreneurs and innovators – an area brimming with the coolest bars, tastiest restaurants, inspiring markets and unique boutiques.
London Bridge, where culture and business sit side by side, is one of the most exciting and fastest growing areas of the capital. Over two thousand years of history have given rise to the district’s enduring links to commerce, transport and innovation, which is evident today in its undeniable creative and pioneering spirit.
The profile of this vibrant community continues to grow, fuelled by a unique juxtaposition of the historic and the new. From the world famous Tower of London to The Shard, Southwark Cathedral to City Hall, Shakespeare’s Globe to the White Cube, and Borough Market to the Design Museum - the neighbourhood is continuously evolving.
Trading since the 13th Century, the market is steeped in history and heritage. Arguably, the best food market in London, its success is down to the brilliantly knowledgeable stall-holders from Britain and beyond.
Stretching south from an arch under London Bridge station, Bermondsey Street is home to independent coffee shops, innovative restaurants and world class art galleries that have transformed the area into one of London’s most desirable postcodes.
Bankside is one of London’s oldest and most culture-rich parts of the capital. For over 2000 years, entrepreneurs, artists and revellers have been flocking to its riverbed. Bankside boasts some of London’s most popular spots including the Tate Modern, National Theatre and Shakespeare's Globe.
A short walk from London Bridge station and set beneath the rustic arches in Bermondsey, Maltby Street is a space in a place less ordinary, filled with gastronomic delights and an intimate collection of unusual food stalls and outlets each with its own identity and charm.
London Bridge City
London Bridge City spans over 21 acres of the banks of the River Thames and is rich in history and monumental architecture. A thriving business hub in Central London it also benefits from spectacular views of the Thames.