In the heart of iconic London
As well as boasting a famous, 'Monopoly board' station linking London to Essex and other Nearby commuter hotspots, the Liverpool Street area brings you into the eastern heart of the sprawling capital. With globally recognisable landmarks like The Gherkin in its vicinity, you'll struggle to lose track of where you are. Cultural icons like the Old Truman Brewery and Barbican Centre also call this vibrant district their home.
Skate this way: Broadgate Ice Rink
Heading to Liverpool Street in winter? Be sure to visit the Broadgate Ice Rink in Exchange Square. The longest-running outdoor ice rink in London, Broadgate opens between November and February every year for eager skaters to take to the ice. Visiting Liverpool Street in the summer? Nearby Old Spitalfields Market combines high street shops with unique market stalls. On Sundays, you'll find up to 150 different stalls offering goods from locally-made food to fashion and crafts.
Get arty in Shoreditch
Starting from Brushfield Street, a 10-minute walk from Liverpool Street Station, the Shoreditch Street Art Tour takes you through the streets of this unique neighbourhood to discover the very best of London's street art scene, from Banksy to up-and-coming local artists.
Planning a trip to Liverpool Street? Travelodge London Central Liverpool Street Hotel offers cheap accommodation less than 10 minutes' walk from Liverpool Street Station. Nearby Travelodge Tower Bridge and Travelodge City Road are also good options.