CITY OF LONDON
Liverpool Street / Bank / Blackfriars / St Paul’s / Barbican
ABOUT THE NEIGHBORHOOD . . .
Encompassing the land between London Bridge and Blackfriars Bridge, the City of London, known to Londoners as “the City,” is where history rubs shoulders with the contemporary. Founded between 43-50 AD by the Roman Empire, the City buzzes throughout the day, and luxurious restaurants such as the Royal Exchange’s Sauterelle or 1 Lombard Street bring an air of refinement to high-powered business lunches or after work drinks. Take a walk along the banks of the Thames or meander through the crooked cobblestone streets to glimpse into the nucleus of London. A neighborhood of contrasts, the City offers the perfect combination of the ancient and the new. The drastically changing skyline includes some of London’s most famous landmarks. You can spend days admiring the stunning architecture and experiencing innovative theater, cinema and music all within one square mile, the oldest part of London.