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Liverpool Street is part of London’s main financial district, housing major banking and financial institutions. The area is a popular East London destination and enjoys a convenient relation to other important locations (Shoreditch, The City, and Whitechapel), which is a useful advantage to professionals. Transport is another of the area’s main features: Liverpool Street is widely associated with its railway and Underground station of the same name – the third busiest station in London, which offers excellent links to the city and country.
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Liverpool Street is second-to-none when it comes to meeting associates in the banking or finance world. Its close proximity to Shoreditch makes it ideal for the many creative types and start-ups operating nearby. The transport links of the eponymous rail and Underground station bolster Liverpool Street’s convenience even further. Easily commutable and listed as the home to some of the best coworking spaces in London, Liverpool Street is the perfect location for business ventures.
Culture and Entertainment
Some of London’s most significant architectural landmarks can be found on Liverpool Street, including the Heron Tower, the Gherkin and Tower 42, all of which are a five-minute walk from Liverpool Street station. Art enthusiasts will be glad to know there are plenty of galleries. In the vicinity, the most prominent ones include: Whitechapel Gallery, Rivington Place and Iniva. A ten-minute walk from Liverpool Street station takes you to Europe s largest multi-arts venue – the Barbican Centre. This major culture hub has it all: amazing Brutalist architecture, music, arts, theatre and film.
If you’re looking to fill your day with history, you can opt for the Bank of England (an eight-minute walk from Liverpool Street station) or the Museum of London (a 14-minute walk from Liverpool Street Station). Both have free entry. Just a 12-minute walk from Liverpool Street station is retail street, Brick Lane. Whether you re into vintage clothes, art or top quality foods, then Brick lane is the place to be.
The Andaz is one of the most famous names in the area due to its classy restaurants with different cuisines: there’s British fine dining at the 1901 Restaurant Wine Bar, authentic Japanese gastronomy at Miyako and brasserie food at Eastway.
The Heron Tower also houses well-regarded restaurants such as the Duck and Waffle (located on the 40th floor), which serves British food with magnificent views of the London skyline. If you’re feeling more adventurous there’s the SushiSamba restaurant which brings a fusion of Brazilian, Japanese and Peruvian flavours. It’s worth mentioning that both restaurants have earned amazing reviews, as well as TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence.
There are also more informal settings in the vicinity, which are popular with locals and visitors. A good example is the Polo Bar on Bishopsgate: the café earned a reputation for its excellent homemade British food, reasonable prices and of course its 24-hour service. For a taste of the finest local cuisine and sophisticated, relaxed all day dining, visit The Ivy City Garden.