St Katharine Docks Marina
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A beautiful marina with shops, bars & restaurants situated next to the Tower of London and Tower Bridge.
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Take a break the hustle and bustle of Tower bridge, find a bench, sit and contemplate.
Lots of nice eateries, a good place to sit and watch the world go by or just enjoy a pre-coital bite to eat.
if you walk to Tower of London. On the other side of Tower Bridge Road (behind the Tower Hotel) there is hiding St.Katharine Docks Marine with a choices of caffes, restaurantes, art galleries shop and souvenier shops surrounded by yachts in the Marine.
Just a 5 minute walk and Just a stone's throw from Tower Bridge, this vibrant community is one of the capital's hidden gems. As well as being the only central London marina, St Katharine Docks is home to a variety of restaurants and eateries, an award winning coffee shop and the famous Dickens Inn.
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“Small outdoor area by the river. It's very nice there and someone where to relax, they often have activities on there as well. ”
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