Characterised by it’s cluster of skyscrapers and stunning waterfront views, Canary Wharf – located in east London’s Docklands – has been transformed since the 1990s into a thriving financial hub, a popular place to live and a destination for Londoners and visitors to enjoy for it’s generous shopping, dining and nightlife.
Now firmly established as one of London’s most recognised districts, Canary Wharf is itself extremely well-connected. It is served by the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) with trains to Bank, Tower Gateway, and Stratford. The Jubilee line travels to various destinations such as London Bridge, Waterloo, Westminster, Green Park, Bond Street, and Baker Street . There are also regular river buses from Canary Wharf Pier to locations such as London Bridge, Chelsea Harbour, Embankment, and Greenwich. Since the opening of the new Elizabeth Line (Crossrail) in 2022, residents now enjoy speedy links to Heathrow, the City of London and the West End.