The Canary Wharf is a vibrant business area, but it doesn’t make it any less fun a destination for the casual tourist. With its rich blend of fashion, art, and the huge roof gardens, The Canary Wharf is one of many places you don’t want to miss out on when touring London. The fact that its massive art collections are actually free to visit makes it all the more compelling a destination for the Arts maven
The scenic area boasts hundreds of restaurants, so you’ll be spoiled for choice when choosing where to dine. Top destinations to refuel your taste buds include Starbucks, The Breakfast Club and Wetherspoon. If these don’t make the cut, feel free to explore the numerous other exquisite cuisines around.
If you are in for a shopping spree, the shops abound are literally true to taste, providing just about all you need in the fashion department. Crockett & Jones is where you want to go for all things footwear, with the brand offering high-quality Shell Cordovan, Hand Grade and Main Line collections for men and plenty of boots and low-heeled shoes for women. Enter Bremont and you’re greeted by a vast range of high-end, hand-built and durable watches. But that’s not all, with a modest budget to part with, there are oodles of other stores to ramp up your homeware and fitness accessories.
Looking for a grand location for an event? Canary Wharf boasts one of the finest around in its East Wintergarden. So whether it’s a small hall for 20 or a large space for 500, the East Wintergarden promises an exceptional experience all year round. London’s undoubtedly a spectacular city, and what better way to drive home a remarkable experience than a visit to one of its vibrant tourist centres. Whichever destination makes the cut for you, keep an eye on your essentials, stay safe and have a truly terrific stay in London!