Situated off one of the oldest streets in London, Borough High Street and its surrounds have been a buzzing epicentre of London life for two millennia. Apart from Borough Market, there are numerous other restaurants and bars in the area. You can walk to Flat Iron Square which is one of the new foodie hub London, taking over seven railway arches. A line-up of bars, food vendors, restaurants, street food trucks, outdoor space and a live music venue come together to create a casual and vibrant environment.The Garden is a welcome green haven for lunch, post-work drinks and dinner in the heart of the city. It is also home to an outdoor stage and weekend vintage and makers market, FLEA. Also a short walk from the centre, you will find Crossbones Garden on nearby Redcross Way: a ceremony remembering the ‘outcast dead’ of this old paupers’ graveyard or enjoy a moment of peace at Southwark Cathedral’s regular choral evensong service.In terms of transport, the centre is within a stone’s throw of Borough station, served by the Northern line. Waterloo station is also within a 15-minute walk, offering many rail and underground services.
London Bridge Underground Station
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