Once home of the British press, London’s Fleet Street is a place filled with history and intriguing controversies. Although most of the press has now moved away from the street and relocated to other parts of London, the term Fleet Street is still sometimes used as a synonym for the British newspaper industry. Fleet Street is centrally located and is within easy reach of many landmarks, historic sites, and attractions. Just a few minutes away you will find places of interest such as Temple Church, Middle Temple Hall and the Royal Courts of Justice.
While the British press have now mostly moved on and taken office space elsewhere in London, there are many other businesses that now call Fleet Street home. You will find that this has become a law related hub, with the Inns of Court and barristers’ chambers located here. A number of major financial institutions have offices on Fleet Street and there are still links to the press, with associations such as the British Association of Journalists and the Newspaper Society being based here.
Entertainment And Dining Out
There is entertainment to suit all tastes within easy reach of Fleet Street, so you will have plenty to keep you occupied in the evenings. Just a few minutes away you will find theatres, comedy clubs, trendy bars, and lively pubs, giving you a number of options when it comes to going out and having fun. You certainly won’t go hungry in this area, as there are many great restaurants around Fleet Street offering British and international cuisine as well as snacks and upmarket fast food. Enjoy mouth watering Mexican cuisine, aromatic Asian dishes, or fabulous French food.
Fleet Street is well connected when it comes to public transport links. A short walk will bring you to either Blackfriars or Temple tube stations. You can easily reach mainline rail services at City Thameslink or Blackfriars railway station. Secure parking is available here too, so drivers can benefit from great parking facilities. The area is also well served by taxis and buses.
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