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Liverpool Street Station
Where is Liverpool Street Station?
Liverpool Street Station is in Zone 1, in the historic City of London area of Greater London. It neighbours Finsbury and Spitalfields, famous for its bustling market, and is within easy walking distance of Shoreditch.
Where can you go from Liverpool Street?
The station is connected to the London Underground, Overground, trains and busses.
Tube lines include the new Elizabeth Line, which stretches west through Slough to Reading and Heathrow Airport and east to Abbey Wood and Brentwood. You can also hop on Circle, Central, Hammersmith & City or Metropolitan lines to explore many more London neighbourhoods.
The London Overground can take you north as far as Watford or Enfield and South to Richmond or Croydon, stopping in lots of places along the way. Use the Stanstead Express from Liverpool Street to get to the airport, or take a Greater Anglia train to other parts of the UK.
Things to do near Liverpool Street Station
There are lots of things to see and do in Liverpool Street. Famous buildings nearby include the Bank of England and The Gherkin, an iconic part of London's skyline. The Skygarden is also within walking distance, not to mention the exciting attractions of Shoreditch. Stroll along buzzy Brick Lane or visit Spitalfields Market for unique shopping and excellent food.
• Grab lunch at Spitalfields Market
• Play crazy golf at Junkyard Golf in Shoreditch
• Gaze up at The Gherkin
• Visit the famous Bank of England Building and Museum
• Walk through the Guildhall courtyard
• Explore the Barbican Centre
The best restaurants and bars near Liverpool Street
Hungry? Thirsty? There are plenty of choices near Liverpool Street Station, from cosy cafés to street food and award-winning restaurants, traditional pubs and sleek cocktail bars. Explore the area directly around the station for hundreds of options, or cast your net further to discover the award-winning restaurants and bars in Shoreditch.
Shoreditch is famously home to many of London's best restaurants, including Michelin-starred spots, charming independents and pop-up restaurants serving something different. It's best to pick your restaurants before you go, as last-minute bookings can be hard to come by in London. Still, many casual spots operate for walk-ins only, and lunchtime bookings are often easier to secure.
Restaurants, cafés and street food:
• Eastway Brasserie
• Patty & Bun
• Moshi Moshi Sushi
• Lady Abercorn's Pub & Kitchen
• The Ivy City Garden
• Fish Market
• Café Luca
Pubs and bars:
• The Railway Tavern
• The Lord Abercorn Way
• 1901 Wine Lounge
• Simmons Bar