Church of St Ethelburga
Perhaps the finest surviving medieval church in the City is the 13th-century Church of St Ethelburga near Liverpool St station, which...
More commonly known as the Cheese Grater.
With its counters and basement vaults, this award-winning pub certainly looks and feels comfortable in the former headquarters of...
Should you need to impress someone – even yourself – bring him, her and/or said self to this glamour puss on the 24th floor of Tower 42....
Tower 42, 25 Old Broad St · interesting places nearby
Vertigo 42 information
On the 42nd floor of a 183m-high tower, this circular bar has expansive views over the city that stretch for miles on a clear day. The classic drinks list is, as you might expect, pricier than average – wine by the glass starts from £9.50 and champagne and cocktails from £14, and there’s also a limited food menu. Reservations essential; minimum spend £10.