This zone stretches between two landmark bridges: London Bridge and Tower Bridge on the River Thames, one of the oldest areas in London. This area provides heritage, unique properties, and outstanding attractions, not to mention incredible transport links. Tower Bridge is London’s most striking bridge thanks to its Neo-Gothic architecture and lifting central sections. When it opened in 1886, it was the most sophisticated bascule bridge in the world. The Southbank, a riverside walkway following the contours of the River Thames, is the heartbeat of London’s cultural scene, from world-class art venues to Michelin star restaurants. Not surprisingly, London Bridge is one of the busiest commuter hubs in the capital and a stay here offers a world-class location for any business traveller.