30 St Mary Axe (The Gherkin)
You will want to enjoy the views from here. one of Londons tallest buildings. they also serve lovely food. Also check virgin experience for cheap deals.
For a more modern wonder of the city, why not marvel at the peculiar Gherkin. This 180 metre high neo futuristic piece of architecture is one of the most iconic and quirky skyscrapers of the city and stands tall at 41 storeys. It currently holds a varying range of businesses including Swiss RE, ION…
Iconic commercial building in the City of London. Nice cafes and restaurants at and around ground level.
Excellent views it is free to enter but you can book a table. Fabulous view at night over London sky line.
“The amazing Lloyds Building, designed by Richard Rogers. All the lifts, stairs and pipes are on the outside to save space. The inside of the building is equally amazing! ”
“Leadenhall Market is a visually impressive Victorian Market dating from 1881. The market stands on the site of a Roman Basilica. The original market was burnt down in The Fire of London, after which it was expanded to sell poultry, dairy goods, leather, wool and meat. Nowadays it contains a variety of specialist shops and bars.”
“Marks & Spencer is known for its quality produce and is conveniently located in Waterloo station; it is a chain brand, which usually functions as an entire department store with clothes and gifts, but this particular outlet is for food and drink, only.”
“It's not the station itself, but the park next to it, where you have deck chairs to chill in - again, weather permitting of course!)”