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Tel code: 0207 | code search
Postcode: EC1/EC2/EC | code search
Population: 7200
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Birthplace of:
Thomas Gray John Donne John Milton Thomas a Becket John Vanbrugh William Penn Alexander Pope Jeffrey Archer
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Hauntings and Ghosts:
The Ghostly Lady of Threadneedle Street
Folk Customs:
April Fools Day
Baddeley Cake
Beating the Tower Boundaries
Blessing of the Throats
Bonfire Night
Changing of the Quill
Doggett's Coat and Badge Race
Footbridge Rent of one Red Rose
Hot Cross Buns for the Widow’s son
Mass for the executed Charles I
Quit Rents Ceremony
Vintners' Company Procession

City Events

Opening of the Courts of Oyer & Terminer

John Stow's Quill Pen Ceremony

Christian Aid Walk

The Knollys Red Rose Rent

The Standard Chartered Great City Race

Open House Weekend

The Wind in the Willows Centenary

Lord Mayor's Show

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Premier Inn London City (Tower Hill)
"Bad Points: The windows in the room were all locked & we were not permitted to open them, so there was no fresh air at all. The room smelled ..." More

Digress City
"Arriving at Digress City on a Friday evening, it was busy with a pick-up banker crowd. As a group of five we were hungry and wanted to eat before a ..." More

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"The City of London is best visited on a sunday - the streets are quiet and the architecture at times quite spectacular. Of particular note are the old churches dotted ..." More

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Latest reviews | Events in City | 10 Places to Stay

The City of London - also known as the Square Mile - is the oldest part of the capital. Around 200 AD, the Romans built a defence wall around the settlement. Remnants of this ancient London wall still exist, and its boundaries have not changed a great deal. The area it once enclosed is the City, which has expanded outwards a little and these days marks its borders with black bollards and, at major entrances, statues of dragons. The City has endured many disasters, with the Great Plague of 1665 followed the next year by the Great Fire of London. It was a major bombing target in World War II. Today, however, the City of London is one of the world's most important financial and business centres, housing the London Stock Exchange and the Bank of England, where there's a free interactive museum. The City boasts some spectacular skyscrapers, notably Tower 42, 30 St Mary Axe ("The Gherkin") and Lloyd's Building, a remarkable glass and steel structure that's the Lloyd's insurance group's HQ. Some of the City's finest attractions include St Paul's Cathedral and the nearby Festival Gardens, the Barbican multi-arts centre, Smithfield Meat Market and the Museum of London.


Bank of England Museum
Museum of London


Premier Inn London City (Tower Hill) *book online*


Amnesty International
British Red Cross
Churches Conservation Trust
Fight for Sight
Housing Associations' Charitable Trust
National Churches Trust
The Stroke Association


St Andrew Undershaft
St Bartholomew the Great
St Bartholomew the Less
St Botolph without Bishopsgate
St Helen's Church
St Mary Woolnoth

St Mary-le-Bow
St Michael's Church


Dance - BestSalsa
Yoga - Templeton House Studios


Fabric London Ltd
Reflex 80's Bar
The Funny Side of The City

Estate Agent


Farmers Market

Broadgate Farmers Market

Health and Fitness Club

LA Fitness

Performing Arts

City of London Choir

Pub and Bar

Bar Bourse
Home Bar Lounge Kitchen
Punch Tavern


1 Blossom Street Restaurant & Bar
1 Lombard Street - Brasserie
1 Lombard Street - Restaurant

26 Smithfield
Balls Brothers - Lime Street
Bar Bourse
Barcelona Tapas Bar y Restaurante
Barcelona Tapas Bar y Restaurante
Below 54 @ Great Eastern Dining Room
Bengal Trader
Bevis Marks
Chamberlain's Restaurant
Ciro's Pizza Pomodoro
Corney & Barrow at Broadgate Circle
Corney & Barrow at Cannon Street
Corney & Barrow at Citypoint
Corney & Barrow at Lloyds of London
Corney & Barrow at Mason's Avenue
Corney & Barrow at Royal Exchange
Digress City
Don (The)
Fox Dining Room
Gibson Hall
Harry's Bar
Home Bar Lounge Kitchen
Imperial City Chinese Restaurant and Bar
La Grande Marque
lucs brasserie
Pacific Oriental
Prism Restaurant & Bar
Punch Tavern
Restaurant Twentyfour
Rhodes 24
Singapura Restaurant
Sri Siam City
Sri Thai City
Swithins Italian Restaurant
Swithins Seafood Restaurant
Taberna Etrusca
Tatsuso Restaurant
Thai Square - Mansion House
The Boardroom
The Gaucho Grill
Thomas' Restaurant
Vertigo 42
Zuccato City


Sir John Cass's Foundation Primary School


London City Apartments
Roomspace Serviced Apartments - River House

Roomspace Serviced Apartments - Sterling House
SACO London - Fleet Street
The King`s Wardrobe Apartments


McClure Naismith
Stafford Young Jones
Turner & Debenhams


Abbey Cars


Skinners Hall
The Gherkin


Links of London
Fresh & Wild (City)
Cotswold Outdoor
Agent Provocateur
House of Fraser
Charles Tyrwhitt



Hasleham's of London


Thames Leisure(Boat Trips and Cruises)
Powerleague London City(Football)

Places to Stay near City

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Threadneedles (0.13 miles)

Perfectly situated for the historical sights along the River Thames, St Paul’s Cathedral, Shakespeare’s Globe and the Tower of London, Threadneedles is the gateway to the heart of the City.

Located in a beautifully converted banking ... More | visit website
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Apex London Wall Hotel (0.19 miles)

Apex London Wall Hotel

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Located in the heart of the City close to Moorgate and Bank tube stations, this four star deluxe hotel has 89 spacious stylish en-suite rooms. Each room type is individually ... More

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Marlin Apartments Queen Street (0.23 miles)

Marlin Apartments Queen Street

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Marlin Apartments Queen Street is a premier new development right in the heart of the City’s financial district, providing luxurious serviced apartments for short and long-term stays. The Bank of England ... More

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Andaz London (0.36 miles)

Andaz London
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In Spring 2000, the Great Eastern Hotel reopened its doors to reveal a breathtaking Victorian restoration incorporating the bold new spaces and designs you are surrounded by today. The ... More
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Apex City of London Hotel (0.45 miles)

Apex City of London Hotel

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This chic 4 star hotel is situated in the Tower Hill district, with major businesses and the historic Tower of London and Tower Bridge on its doorstep. The Apex City of ... More

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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London - Tower of London (0.50 miles)

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London - Tower of London
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London - Tower of London is an award-winning hotel, combining a passion for modern design and innovation with contemporary living. All guestrooms offer light, fresh and contemporary décor and all rooms ... More | visit website
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The King`s Wardrobe Apartments (0.52 miles)

The King`s Wardrobe Apartments

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The King`s Wardrobe is within easy walking distance of the City`s financial centre and enjoys close proximity to numerous theatres, restaurants and bars.The King`s Wardrobe is a prestigious development comprising ... More

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London City Apartments (0.52 miles)

London City Apartments

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An excellent, centrally located base for exploring the many delights of London, these exclusive apartments sit conveniently just 3 minutes' walk from Liverpool Street Station. Stylish and spacious, ... More

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Grange St Paul's Hotel (0.52 miles)

Grange St Paul

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With a sophisticated blend of contemporary style and modern flair, the stunning Grange St. Paul’s Hotel sets new standards for luxury and elegance. Perfectly located in the heart of the ... More

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Travelodge London Liverpool Street (0.54 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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It is not good to cross the bridge before you get to it. - Judi Dench
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