While London does have its shiny glass skyscrapers, it isn’t the megacity you may think it is. London’s neighbourhoods are more like a patchwork of villages that have grown together over centuries. You’ll find cosy high streets, sprawling parks, a world-class arts and business scene, and pretty much every culture and cuisine represented. You’re guaranteed to never run out of things to do here.
Bob W Tower of London is located in the oldest and most historic part of London – the City of London. The area contains iconic sights such as the city’s Roman wall, the Tower of London, Tower Bridge and much more. It is also a historic financial district home to both the Stock Exchange and Bank of England amongst others. The city is what it is today partly thanks to the arrival of Coffee House culture in the 17th century. This neighbourhood is where history and modern life come together to create a balanced contrast.