The London Bridge Tower – also The Shard – is a towering, 95-storey edifice in Southwark, London. Thanks to its height, it needs no mentioning this structure easily resonates with tourists and residents alike in this part of London. The Shard is actually the tallest building in the whole of Western Europe. If you do manage to find your way to the very top of the tower, you’ll be availed an aesthetically appealing view of the entire city of London, and it is simply breathtaking!
But more than its height, The Shard also houses some of the finest places and tourist attraction centres every visitor in London would love to explore. From restaurants to hotels and office spaces, there’s a good chance you’ll find your needs met in the Shard. If sky-high exquisite dining sound more like it, you really won’t find a better place in London to go than The Shard.
The View from The Shard is probably the biggest allure for most tourists. With droves of admirers in turns trooping in to see how amazing the skyline is, you can check out the Shard 10 am to 10 pm every weekday, barring winter days where closing claws back to 7 pm. You also want to know that tickets are slightly more expensive when bought on the day than when bought ahead of time.
Located on the 32nd floor is Oblix, where tourists are treated to New York- esque urban casual dining from an alluring skyline. Hutong offers you all of Northern China’s cuisines right in London. With unique boutiques for your shopping needs, a spectacular view from one of the world’s finest towers and a long list of restaurants and hotels for an overall homely experience, The Shard is yet another place to be for the curious adventurer in London.