Allow some time to explore the area
Whether arriving by train, plane, car or bus, London Fenchurch Street Station offers more activities and attractions than any individual can fit into a few days in the capital of England. Within the area and just a short walk from most b&b’s and hotels is the historic Tower that houses the crown jewels and offers guided tours of the Tower with many explanations of its macabre and bloody history.
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Accommodation in this area also allows visitors to spend some time exploring the river Thames that lies just to the south of the area, boat tours are always available to the amazing Thames barrier and Greenwich with its history as the home of time.
If you are looking for a visit to London that is spent closer to your accommodation there are many options in the Fenchurch Street region, such as the impressively designed city hall that can be seen from many of the cheaper properties just across the Thames on the north bank.
The Docklands of the capital are a stunning area that include a number of attractions that may not be as famous as those in better known regions, but are no less impressive for any visitor.
Another option is to stay for the night near London Bridge train and tube station.
There a rooms throughout this area of central London
If you choose a bed and breakfast or cheap hotel room for the night close to the railway station there are rooms throughout this area of central London. This area is located in the very heart of the city and close to the financial centre of the capital, which means a luxury room can always be found and often for a low price in one of the many places to stay in the area.
Boutique hotels, b&b’s, guest houses, apartments, hostels and accommodation in pubs and taverns are always available. Because this area is located on the banks of the Thames it is usually quite simple to find a room to let with a stunning view of the English capital and its many Thames side attractions.
Whether a visitor is looking for a trip that takes in the cultural highlights of the capital or simply wish to spend some time exploring the nightlife and shopping opportunities there is a property to suit every need and budget.
Located nearby many tourist attractions
London Fenchurch Street railway station is located in the City of London, near many tourist attractions including The Tower of London and Tower Bridge. The rail hub serves east London and south Essex.
Fenchurch Street does not have a direct link to the London Underground. A secondary entrance on Cooper’s Row (also known as the Tower entrance) is close to Tower Hill tube station and Tower Gateway DLR station, while Aldgate tube station is also nearby.
Fenchurch St, London EC3M 4AJ, United Kingdom
Several hotel accommodation can be found nearby the station. One of the nearest hotels is 4 star Novotel London Tower Bridge, located in London’s financial district, within easy reach of the capital’s LCY city airport.
Facts and Figures
Name : Fenchurch Street Railway Station
Location : in central London, in the southeastern corner of the City of London.
Address : Fenchurch Place, Greater London EC3M 4AJ, United Kingdom
Train Line : lies on the London, Tilbury and Southend Railway line, currently known as the Essex Thameside Route.
Mainly Served by : c2c, a British train operating company owned by National Express.
Operated and Managed : by Network Rail
Ticket Office : Available
Ticket Machines : Available
Sat Nav Postcode : EC3M 4AJ
Region : South East England
Borough : City of London
County : Greater London
Nearest Hotels : in the city center on Seething Lane, Pepys Street, Coopers Low, Byward Street, Minories and Vine Street.
Nearby Fenchurch Place EC3M 4AJ area
St Olave’s Church (Hart Street, London EC3R 7NB, England): Church of England church located on the corner of Hart Street and Seething Lane. The church is one of the smallest in the City and is one of only a handful of medieval City churches that escaped the Great Fire of London in 1666.
Tower of London (Tower Hill, Tower Hill tube, EC3N 4AB, England /City of London): the historic Tower houses the Crown Jewels, the prison cell of Sir Walter Raleigh, known as the Bloody Tower, and the Chapel of St. John and the Royal Armories.
St. Katharine Docks (50 St. Katharines Way, E1W 1LA United Kingdom): situated in the Borough of Tower Hamlets in the area known as the Docklands. It is a small harbour where yachts and similar vessels are moored. The harbour is lined by shops and restaurants, situated in restored harbour buildings.