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This is the area where the Thames bends south then back north. Canary Wharf is on the north end. Greenwich foot tunnel on the south. LOTS of diversity in this area from skyscrapers to a farm! Yes, check out MudChute.
This is an area in East End of London bounded on three sides by the meandering River Thames. It has gone from a working class area with a docking industry and maritime history to a business nerve centre. This financial hub which is now the...More
The majority of the reviews I have read here refer to Canary Wharf and not the entire Isle of Dogs. Yes, Canary Wharf is the Manhattan of London and contains the skyscrapers and the shopping centres but there is much more to the island that...More
This is a modern part of London where you can see a number of towers builded in one calm and peaceful part of London..
The towers connected together underground to form a nice and long shopping mall with varity of options..
Outside you can enjoy...More
The Isle of Dogs is an area in the East End of London that is bounded on three sides by one of the largest meanders in the River Thames.
The Isle of Dogs is situated some distance downriver from the City of London. The area...More
The most interesting areas are those around Canary Wharf and the various docks, which have now been transformed from their previous use into mostly offices and luxury flats, but which offer pleasant walks along the waterfront. There are numerous restaurants, pubs and bars especially around...More
A reviewer described this as 'lovely'. I wouldn't go that far but it is certainly interesting in view of its history and regeneration since the demise of the old docks-related industries.
A little-known fact is that the area immediately south of Canary Wharf was once...More