Dock Street

Hop on a bus or peddle yourself fit and experience London’s glorious verdant parkland. East London has endless hectares of the most happening green space in the city, whether its music festivals in Victoria Park, impromptu bbqs in London Fields or watching deer in Clissold Park. Near or far, on bike or by car, any destination is achievable with the best transport links in the city.

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The Dickens Inn - located in the beautiful St Katherine’s Docks marina - might well be your local watering hole, but with both banks at your mercy your expectations can afford to be great. Explore the city like the great novelist himself, starting at either side of the bridge, or take a sightseeing River Cruise down the Thames itself.

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Travel times


  • Algate East Station
  • 9 mins
  • Spitalfields Market
  • 17 mins
  • Liverpool St. Station
  • 25 mins


  • The City
  • 10 mins
  • London Bridge Station
  • 12 mins
  • Shoreditch
  • 14 mins
  • Canary Wharf
  • 16 mins


  • Waterloo Station
  • 26 mins
  • King’s Cross St. Pancras Station
  • 30 mins
  • Mayfair
  • 34 mins
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Marvel at the Modigliani’s at the Tate Modern or behold a classic Bergman at the BFI along the Southbank. See St. Paul’s Cathedral across the Millennium Bridge or regard a Rembrandt at the National Gallery. Source cool vintage wear on Brick Lane and treat yourself to a curry afterwards, or luxuriate in a weekend profusion of colour at Columbia Road Flower Market. It’s your London to make the most out of.

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You can literally go anywhere from your doorstep. Whisk yourself off to the seaside in just over an hour or taxi it to City Airport and herald the weekend in style with a return flight to Milan for two. Voyage avec classe to Paris and be in time for a pain aux raisins, or go on the chocolate trail to Brussels and indulge in moule frites and quality ale along the way.

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