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If you’re planning a visit to London, and you want to pack in as many of the famous sights and sounds as possible, then you simply have to include London’s Tower Bridge on your to-do list. Spanning over the mighty River Thames and flanked by two Victorian-style Gothic towers, the bridge is also surrounded by famous sights like the historic Tower of London on the North Bank and City Hall’s striking glass offices on the South. Built between 1886 and 1894, the bridge sees more than 40.000 people crossing daily, so why delay your Tower Bridge Experience any longer? And if you’re concerned about finding accommodation, don’t be; the hotels near Tower Bridge are irresistible, whatever your budget constraints may be.
Fancy a peep inside Tower Bridge’s engine rooms? You’ll be able to soak up the atmosphere of authentic coal and steam-driven engines that once powered the raising of the bridge, uncover fascinating stories of engineers, cooks, and coal stokers, and browse never-before seen photographs. Purchasing Tower Bridge tickets is a great option if you want to see a little more than the basics. You can book the tickets online, or get them at the bridge on the day if it suits you better. Walking tours are also very popular. They explore the iconic glass walkways, history and art, and century-old architecture. You’ll get access to Sky Bridge and the most awe-inspiring views of London and the River Thames from 130 feet above. And that’s not all, there’s also a short film about Tower Bridge during the turn of the century that forms part of the package. So make sure you set aside enough time; there’s so much to do around this terrific landmark.
There’s no doubt exploring this area will stir up a mammoth appetite. You hardly have to walk a few metres and you’ll bump into vendors selling sumptuous amounts of street food at reasonable prices, upmarket restaurants, and sidewalk cafes where cocktails in summer and mulled wine in winter is the order of the day.
You might be wondering if accommodation near the iconic Tower Bridge is affordable in this magnificent city. The answer is simply – yes it is. You’ll find hotels like Hilton London Tower Bridge overflowing with class and style on the doorstep of the shopping and financial centre. It’s only a few minutes’ walk to London Bridge City Pier and the Thames River Clipper River Boats, and steps away from London Bridge Tube Station. Another awesome option is Novotel London Tower Bridge, a contemporary hotel with stylish bright rooms, a hip bar, and high-tech meeting facilities. But, if you’re looking for the ultimate in classic style and comfort, The Tower Hotel is the way to go. Delectable dining at The Vicinity, nightcaps at Xi Bar, and unparalleled views of the river is standard. You will also be privileged to views of iconic landmarks like the Shard from the hotel.
Whichever way you look at it, Tower Bridge is the gateway to the heart of London.