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The ward of Bishopsgate is in the heart of London’s financial district - the very centre of the city. In fact, it gets its name from being the location of one of the former gates into the capital, meaning it has been right in the middle of the action for centuries. Bishopsgate features an eclectic mix of modern offices, fine restaurants and traditional London pubs. Its prime location means it also offers access to some of the most famous attractions in the UK.
The ward is something of a gateway between the modern financial epicentre of the City and the historic and vibrant neighbourhoods of the East End. It is this unique position that gives Bishopsgate such a diverse selection of things to do and see. Of course, the area is synonymous with financial services, so it is hugely popular with workers from the sector, who seek out authentic London social life without straying too far from their high rise offices.
Inevitably, accommodation in the heart of London can be pricey and the volume of business visitors to Bishopsgate make this ward no exception. Finding somewhere suitable in the area will depend on the reason for your visit, but anyone looking to make an extended stay will find that serviced apartments offer the most effective means of finding somewhere comfortable and spacious.
The Squa.re can offer a range of exclusive properties, ranging from exquisite apartments to luxury corporate housing. Each has been selected to meet our exacting criteria, to ensure our customers get the best the area has to offer. To ensure a pleasant stay, our properties all feature contemporary decor, complemented by a range of mod-cons. Kitchens are equipped with everything you need for self-catering and secure and disabled access are also available where required.
Bishopsgate is in the centre of London, so all of the capital’s attractions are within easy reach. However, the immediate area also harbours plenty to experience in its own right. Formerly known as the Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate is the third tallest skyscraper in the UK and home to two restaurants with stunning panoramic views of the capital.
The Arcade is a narrow alley populated by all kinds of stores and well worth a browse. It can be found by the side entrance to Liverpool Street station on Old Broad Street, right by The Railway Tavern. Popular with city workers on lunch break, Broadgate Circle is full of great places to eat. First time visitors should also be sure to check out The Leaping Hare - an interactive artistic installation.
Old Spitalfields Market is a popular spot for tourists, locals and city workers alike, Selling everything from bags and clothes to vinyl records and board games
Being in the centre of London, getting around in Bishopsgate is a breeze. The nearest station to Bishopsgate is Liverpool Street Tube Station which is about 4 minutes to the North East and on the Circle, Hammersmith and City, and Metropolitan lines, which gives easier access to the rest of London. There are also overground services that run to the Surrey Quays, Crystal Palace and Croydon.
Local bus services are particularly extensive and operate regular routes across the city centre—with many services running every ten minutes.
Of course there are plenty of black cabs in the area, which can be a convenient way of getting to certain areas, though can be impractical and costly during busier periods, due to traffic congestion.