London Bridge is one of my favourite parts of London to explore because it’s constantly evolving and reinventing itself. There’s something new and exciting to check out every time I visit.
The pointy skyscraper building that you can see as you arrive at London Bridge Station is The Shard.
One of only three surviving Royal Navy warships from the D-Day Bombardment, HMS Belfast forms part of the Imperial War Museum display.
From the river look to the right and you’ll enjoy some of the best views of one of London’s most well-known landmarks.
Look out for The Scoop, next to City Hall, an 800-seat amphitheater showing films, screenings of sporting events, musical performances and theatre productions.
One of the best London markets in my opinion. The current building dates back to 1851 but the market’s been going back since before the twelfth century.
The Globe is an accurate reconstruction of Shakespeare’s open-air playhouse and is built on the banks of the Thames.