Liverpool Street Station is one of London’s busiest train stations, with thousands of people using it every day for business and pleasure.
From Liverpool Street Station you can access the Tube and a number of different train lines, so this neighbourhood is a popular pick when looking for a base during a short city break in London. If you’re staying near Liverpool Street Station and have some time spare between travel, here are four things that we recommend you add to your to-do list.
Explore Spitalfields Market
Just a five minute walk away from Liverpool Street Station, you’ll find the famous Spitalfields Market. It’s one of the most well known markets in the city and can get very busy. There has been a market on the site for over 350 years and over time it has evolved from a market selling primarily fruit and vegetables into a market that sells clothes, art, vintage items and more. The market itself is undercover, which makes it popular even on rainy days. If you’re staying in one of the Montcalm Hotels nearby, be sure to check it out.
Head To Shoreditch
All of our London hotel rooms near Liverpool Street Station are close to Shoreditch, and it’s well worth checking out the area if you have the chance. Shoreditch is known for being a cool and edgy part of London and there’s always something going on. There’s a lot to see and do in Shoreditch including quirky bars, start-up companies and well, hipsters! It’s a great neighbourhood for a night out but equally enjoyable during the day if you fancy indulging in a spot of shopping – Shoreditch high street is packed with clothes boutiques and unusual stores selling one offs.
Check Out The Gherkin
Whether you’re in one of our stunning 5 star hotels in London or you’re checking out tourist attractions around the city, at some point during a visit to London you’ll catch a glimpse of The Gherkin. If you’re near to Liverpool Street Station you’ll be able to see it up close. The Gherkin, officially called 30 St. Mary Axe, is a commercial skyscraper, but it has become an iconic piece of London’s architecture in its own right due to its unique shape and design.
The Breakfast Club
If you’re near Liverpool Street Station and fancy a bite to eat there are a lot of places to choose from. One of the most popular is The Breakfast Club. Located within minutes of the station, The Breakfast Club is one of London’s top themed restaurants. If you’re a fan of American culture, music and all things retro you’ll love the interiors.
With a city as busy and bustling as London, there’s never an excuse for having nothing to do. Whether you explore the local area or go a little further afield, you can start most journeys from Liverpool Street Station.
Want to know more about what to do near Liverpool street? Here's more:
- Browse Old Spitalfields Market
- Check out The Arcade
- Explore Liverpool Street Station
- Check out Broadgate Circle
1. What is Liverpool Street famous for?
Liverpool Street is a fascinating area to explore. London Stock Exchange, The Bank of England and a number of skyscrapers like the Gherkin, the Walkie-Talkie and more are located in Liverpool Street.
2. What tube do lines go to Liverpool Street?
Liverpool Street Underground station is served by the Central, Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines.