The area around London Bridge has much to offer visitors from far and wide. Located in central London, most will know it as the home of the Shard, City Hall and Borough Market.
Having an Afternoon Tea in London Bridge also makes for the perfect pastime. No matter the time of year, regardless of how long you have, there is, undoubtedly, a place well-suited to your needs. Below is a list of some of the best places to get a nice, hot brew with all of your favourite treats.
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So, what do you need to know about visiting this delightful part of England’s capital city? London Bridge is perhaps best known for being, well, a bridge in London.
However, the name also refers to much, much more. Indeed, it has been depicted in its several forms in art, literature and songs – including the nursery rhyme “London Bridge Is Falling Down”.
Furthermore, there is the train station which serves much of southeast London, Kent and East Sussex.
If you find yourself disembarking the train at London Bridge, a fun day out is all but guaranteed. Stopping for Afternoon Tea at The Shard offers the opportunity to see the city in all its glory.
Best of all, one can do so while indulging on sandwiches, scones and cakes – all washed down with a quintessentially English cuppa. No matter which Afternoon Tea London Bridge establishment you decide upon, you’ve almost certainly chosen exceptionally well.