Today's Londoners may flock to Amsterdam to misbehave but back in the bard's day they'd cross London Bridge to Southwark. Free from the...
The Rose, for which Christopher Marlowe and Ben Jonson wrote their greatest plays and in which Shakespeare learned his craft, is unique:...
The elegant Millennium Bridge staples the south bank of the Thames, in front of Tate Modern, with the north bank, at the steps of...
Swan at the Globe
At Shakespeare’s Globe this fine pub-bar at the piazza level, with brasserie, is open for lunch and dinner (lunch only on Sunday) and...
This is an established chain of very good Turkish restaurants with a roll call of stews and grills that will never disappoint loyal...
Tate Boat information
The Tate Boat operates between the Bankside Pier at Tate Modern and the Millbank Pier at its sister-museum, Tate Britain. Services from the latter depart from 10.17am to 5.04pm daily, also at 40-minute intervals.