City Inn Express is located in east London, with easy transport links to the heart of the city. There are many places of interest within walking distance of the hotel.
London Fields is a park and the name of an area of in Hackney. The park itself was first recorded in 1540. At this time it was common ground and was used by drovers to pasture their livestock before taking them to market in London. The famous Broadway Market where the famous buster film was filmed.
The famous Hackney Empire theatre built in 1901 still home to musicals, comedies and plays. Hackney Town Hall where still to this date civil marriages are held. Victoria Park parkland of over 200 acres home too many concerts and festivals famously known in accommodating Love Box and High Voltage music events.
City Inn Express location offers you a great opportunity to explore London , with London Liverpool Street (15 mins), London Stratford (15 mins); and London Kings Cross (20 mins) all easily accessed by rail Underground and Bus services. You can check more information on our Location page.
Nearby points of interest
- Su Sazzagoni
- The Old Ship
- The Crown - Grove Road
- Stone Cave Restaurant & Bar
- Hanoi Cafe
- Anatolia Bar
- Kingshold Community Centre
- The Royal Inn
- Cafe Oto
- White Space
- Metropolis, Nightclub
- Upstairs@Hackney Central
- Sebright Arms
- Visions Video Bar
- Tower of London @ 2.4 miles (3,9 km)
- Blood and Tears Walk @ 2.9 miles (4,6 km)
- London Dungeon @ 2.9 miles (4,8 km)
- Museum of London @ 3.1 miles (5,0 km)
- St. Paul's Cathedral @ 3.2 miles (5,5 km)
- Shakespeare's Globe Theatre @ 3.5 miles (5,6 km)
- Tate Modern @ 3.6 miles (5,7 km)
- Charles Dickens Museum @ 4.2 miles (6,8 km)
London is becoming one of the most accessible cities in the world. The following guide explains how to use each mode of public transport, one by one.
You can find out more information about the city of London and its main attractions on the guides below.
London Official City Guide 2012 London Essential Destinations