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Home to classy dining, fashionable shopping, artistic hotspots and many of London’s most famous landmarks.
You’ll love this...
This cultural neighbourhood has tons to offer on it’s own and is also right bang in the center. Around the corner from London’s most popular areas.
But you won’t love this…
In case you hadn't heard, London-life can be hectic. And, in super-central Southwark, it can be very hectic. If you don’t fancy starting your day by queueing 30 minutes for a cup of coffee before you step onto an already crowded platform for The Tube, you might want to consider somewhere further out from the city center.
How do I get Around
Southwark is well-connected and has plenty of Underground stations, serving the Northern, Bakerloo and Jubilee lines. You will also be able to use National Rail Services and catch buses on most roads.
Will I like it here?...
If you want to live centrally in one of the world’s most happening cities and rub shoulders with the rich and beautiful, you will absolutely adore it here.
Really? Tell me more?...
Southwark is home to some of London’s most famous landmarks too. Living here you’ll be right by The Shard, Tower Bridge, Tate Modern and Shakespeare’s Globe. While the royal sites in Westminster and St. Paul’s Cathedral are just a quick trip across The River.
What can I do here?...
Like most of central London you will find a huge number of excellent restaurants, all in varied styles and with colourful menus. Gastro pubs, gourmet pancake houses, mediterranean flavours, seafood and more vegan and veggie options than you could ever want for.
I’m still not convinced...
Southwark is definitely upscale London but you’ll also find some of the best indie bookshops the city has to offer. Just by Shakespeare’s Globe you’ll find Marcus Campbells Art Books who offer great selection and where prices range from a few pounds to a few grand.
But why take our word for it? This google revier is super-excited about it too:
“One of London's gems. There are books in this shop you will find no where else in the city.”
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Future and architecture fact:
As we have mentioned, The Shard - one of London’s most famous buildings - is here. The impressive tower is London’s highest building and it’s designed in the Neo Futuristic style. The building was originally perceived as a vertical city within the city. As a place where residents could work, relax and live their whole lives inside, if they wanted.
Futuristic? We hope not.