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Four Seasons Hotel

London at Canary Wharf

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Built on the historic site of the West India Quay – the busy centre for Britain’s spice trade hundreds of years ago – the Hotel’s riverfront location is an easy walk to the global giants of media and finance that are based in Canary Wharf. As London’s booming new financial district, the area buzzes with a young corporate crowd.

Explore East London
The London Eye

The world's largest operation wheel gives passengers a slow-moving 'flight' with panoramic views of many of London's landmarks.

Art Galleries

  • Somerset House

    Situated on the banks of the Thames by Waterloo Bridge, visit the celebrated collections of the Courtauld Institute of Art, the Gilbert Collection of decorative arts and Hermitage Rooms.

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    Tate Modern

    International modern art in the transformed Bankside Power Station. The Tate Modern offers a spectacular experience, both in the venue and in the collection. It also features a shop and a café overlooking the river.

    Estimated travel time: 15 minutes drive

  • Tate Britain Gallery

    Tate Britain is the national gallery of British art from 1500 to the present day, the Tudors to the Turner Prize. Tate holds the greatest collection of British art in the world, including works by Blake, Constable, Epstein, Gainsborough, Gilbert and George, Hatoum, Hirst, Hockney, Hodgkin, Hogarth, Moore, Rossetti, Sickert, Spencer, Stubbs and Turner. The gallery is the world centre for the understanding and enjoyment of British art, and helps to promote international interest in British art.

    Estimated travel time: 30 minutes drive

  • Whitechapel Art Gallery

    Whitechapel Art Gallery, opened in 1901, is known for its innovative exhibitions, independent point of view and distinctive role in the art world. The gallery is one of the leading cultural centres in London and enjoys an international profile.

    Estimated travel time: 30 minutes drive

Attractions

  • Borough Market

    This fruit and vegetable market spreads out in an L shape beneath the railway tracks running into London Bridge tube station. It is the successor to a medieval market held on London Bridge. In 1276 the market was moved to Borough High Street to avoid congestion and was moved again in 1756 for the same reason. The buildings of its present location date from 1851. Recently the area has been given a new lease of life by the weekly Saturday food market held here. Stalls include de Gustibus and the Fresh Olive Company. Borough Market is located between Borough High Street, Bedale Street, Winchester Walk and Stoney Street, in London SE1. Nearby are the Neal's Yard Dairy, selling British and Irish farmhouse cheeses, the acclaimed fish! restaurant, and Konditor & Cook, the bakers. Travel time to the market is either a 15-minute boat ride or a 15-minute tube ride.

    Estimated travel time: 15 minutes drive

  • HMS Belfast

    Europe’s only surviving big gun armoured warship from World War II. Explore all nine decks from the Capitain’s Bridge to the massive Boiler and Engine Rooms.

    Estimated travel time: 15 minutes drive

  • House of Parliament

    A majestic building in the late Gothic style, the Houses of Parliament stand on the site of the old royal palace of Westminster - which was founded in the 11th century and burned down in 1834. The interior is not open to the public, but it is possible to attend the debates by queuing at St. Stephen's Entrance. At the north end of the building stands the majestic Clock Tower, which houses Big Ben.


    Estimated travel time: 30 minutes drive

  • Portobello Road

    Portobello is really several markets in one, and Saturday is the day when all are in full swing. On Saturday's market day, you can experience a mile of hustle, haggle, colour and energy, the main feature of which is hundreds of antique and specialist shops and stalls. You can find clothes, household items, records and more. Also to be spotted are some talented (and sometimes bizarre) street performers. During the week, Portobello is the domain of the fruit and vegetable market traders, who shout from their many colourful and bustling stalls. Sundays are rather quiet, but there is a small area (under the motorway) where mainly bric-a-brac and second-hand clothes are sold.


    Estimated travel time: 40 minutes drive

  • St. Paul's Cathedral

    St. Paul's Cathedral, Sir Christopher Wren's masterpiece, was built on the site of an old Gothic cathedral that burned down in the Great Fire of 1666. Constructed between 1675 and 1710, St. Paul's beautiful Renaissance cathedral is dominated by a splendid dome, second in size only to St. Peter's in Rome.


    Estimated travel time: 15 minutes drive

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    The Changing of the Guard

    One of Europe’s most colourful displays of Royal pageantry, the Changing of the Guard takes place in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace, lasts about 45 minutes and is free to watch.

  • The Cutty Sark

    The Cutty Sark is the last surviving tea clipper ship. In 1885, it broke all speed records. Now restored to its former glory at Greenwich Pier on the banks of the River Thames, the Cutty Sark offers visitors a glimpse of life at sea in the golden days of sail. You can explore every part of the ship, including the Lower Hold, with its collection of figureheads, and the Tween Deck, which tells the story of the Cutty Sark. The Tween Deck also features a display of ship pictures and models. Cabins have been reconstructed to show what life was like at sea in the 1870s.

    Estimated travel time: 20 minutes drive

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    Tower Bridge

    Opened in 1894, Tower Bridge is a world-famous landmark, easily recognized by its twin Gothic towers. These towers are linked near their top by two fully glazed walkways. Inside the bridge, interactive computers and working models explain its innerworkings.

     

    Estimated travel time: 15 minutes drive

     

  • Tower of London

    The Tower of London is an imposing fortress by the Thames. Now one of London's main tourist attractions, the Tower has been both a royal residence and a state prison. William the Conqueror began building its oldest part, the White Tower, in 1078; the walls and the rest of the building were added later. The White Tower houses the Chapel of St. John, the oldest church in London (built in 1080), while the Jewel House holds the famous Crown Jewels.

    Estimated travel time: 15 minutes drive

  • Vinopolis – City of Wine

    Vinopolis is the world's first visitor attraction devoted entirely to wine and its associated pleasures. It offers a multimedia tour of the world of wine, combined with a visit to the tasting halls. Neither an exhibition nor a museum, this experience brings together all the pleasures of wine – travel, food, culture and art – in a 9,290-square-metre (100,000-square-foot) complex.

    Estimated travel time: 20 minutes drive

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    Westminster Abbey

    Westminster Abbey is an elegant display of outstanding architecture and historical significance. It has hosted every coronation from William the Conqueror in 1066 to Elizabeth II in 1953 (excepting Edward V and Edward VIII). Many kings and queens are buried here, as well as thousands of eminent men and women. Visitors can see the Grave of the Unknown Warrior; the Royal Tombs and Shrine of St. Edward the Confessor; the Coronation Chair; Lady Chapel and Poets' Corner. Also noteworthy are the Royal Chapels, the brass rubbing centre and the Undercroft Museum.


    Estimated travel time: 25 minutes drive

Museums

  • Museum of London Docklands

    Explore the story of London’s river, port and people from Roman settlement, through to the recent regeneration of Docklands.

  • National Maritime Museum (Greenwich)

    The National Maritime Museum makes the sea come alive. The lure of the sea brings visitors to view multimedia displays, exhibits of relics and the Time and Space Exhibition.


    Estimated travel time: 20 minutes drive

  • The Royal Observatory Greenwich

    The Royal Observatory Greenwich is a museum of time and space. Built by Sir Christopher Wren in 1675, it is the home of the Greenwich Meridian, the base point for world time and the site of Longitude 0. A timeball drops daily at 1:00 pm. Featuring the largest refracting telescope in Britain, the Observatory offers visitors computer simulations, as well as views of the Astronomer Royal apartments and Wren's Octagon Room.


    Estimated travel time: 25 minutes drive

Sporting/concert venues

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    The O2

    The O2 is a world-class entertainment destination. Its centrepiece is a 23,000-seat arena, which has played host to leading acts such as the Rolling Stones, Prince, Justin Timberlake, Beyoncé, Britney Spears and Madonna. The surrounding neighbourhood is home to a variety of restaurants and bars, The Indigo O2 (an intimate live music club), an 11-screen cinema and The O2 Bubble, a venue that's currently hosting the British Music Experience.


    Estimated travel time: 15 minutes drive

Shopping

  • Canary Wharf Shopping

    Explore over 200 shops, cafes, restaurants and bars in the four shopping malls at Canary Wharf, boasting stunning riverside locations.

  • Westfield Stratford City

    Find international brands, a food court and entertainment as you shop at Westfield Stratford City in East London - Europe's largest urban shopping mall.

Theatre/Performing Arts

  • Shakespeare's Globe

    Reconstruction of Shakespeare's original theatre with Elizabethan-style timber and thatched roof.


    Estimated travel time: 20 minutes drive

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