Explore City of London

Originally known as the square mile, the City of London is the smallest of London’s districts in terms of population and size. This world-renowned financial centre, with more businesses than permanent residents, offers a superb place to live in the heart of London for its 10,000 or more residents. Incorporating areas such as Holborn and Barbican, the City enjoys close proximity to many high-density commercial areas as well as several of London’s historic sites, such as the Tower of London and St Paul’s Cathedral, and the world-famous food markets of Spitalfields and Billingsgate.

About City of London

The City of London – also known as 'the City' or 'The Square Mile' – is an area of the capital stretching along the north bank of the Thames, from the legal districts of Temple and Chancery Lane to the Tower of London. To the north, it extends roughly as far as the Barbican. This thriving historic district began its rise to become a major centre for business and finance in medieval times.

Key Attractions and Transportation Options

Places to visit in the City of London include St Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower of London, the Museum of London, the Bank of England Museum, and Leadenhall and Smithfield markets. The Barbican Theatre offers a full cultural programme, while the Fabric nightclub is renowned for cutting-edge electronic dance music.

City tube stations include Aldgate, Bank, Barbican, Blackfriars, Cannon Street, Chancery...

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Shopping and Entertainment

The Barbican Centre is a world-class arts venue, showcasing music, dance, theatre, film, and visual arts. It also features several restaurants, bars, and cafés, some of which offer views over its wonderfully peaceful lake.

Elsewhere in the City, there are dining options to suit every taste and budget, from Michelin-starred restaurants and classy wine bars to traditional pubs and greasy

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