TRAVEL

Crossrail
Elegant and professional
When Crossrail (now called the Elizabeth Line) comes to Customs House station in 2018, you'll be even better connected to the top districts across the capital. These are just four of them.
Canary Wharf
London's modern business district
With major global banks and other top businesses making their home at Canary Wharf, it has fast become London's second business and financial district. It has a unique ambience and is also a great place to shop and eat out.
Liverpool Street
Your gateway to the City
A short distance from Bank, Liverpool Street is your gateway to London's original financial district - home to the Bank of England. Also a short distance from Liverpool Street you can enjoy the vibrant curry houses on Brick Lane and the bohemian atmosphere of Spitalfields and Hoxton.
Stratford
The legacy of the Olympics
Since London won the 2012 Olympic bid, Stratford has gone from strength to strength. Not only is it home to many world class sporting facilities, but it boasts the vast Westfield Shopping Centre, the beautiful Olympic Park and is home to many great boutique shops and restaurants.
Bond Street
A brand-lover's paradise
Bond Street and its part of West London is the slice of the capital that's devoted to the very finest designer brands, couturiers, tailors, shoemakers and more. So when you want to dress in the latest top styles or revamp your look, it's the place to go to for a choice of the best new fashions.