Westminster needs no introduction as the bustling government area near Buckingham Palace.  Famous for the houses of Parliament the Queens residence at the end of the famous Mal.

Westminster is an area of central London within the city of Westminster part of the West End, on the north bank of the River Thames.  Westminster's concentration of visitor attractions and historic landmarks, one of the highest in London.  includes the Palace of Westminster, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey and Westminster Cathedral.

 

Westminster: After Work

Eating:

  • Roux at Parliament Square, an elegant restaurant in Westminster, is an exclusive dining destination - popular with London’s politicians, socialites and high-powered business barons who love to linger over lunch
  • Quirinale Restaurant, virtually on the very banks of the Thames, Quirinale is a casually elegant restaurant with charming service and delectable Italian food. A favourite of discerning Londoners including a good number of politicians from the nearby Houses of Parliament, Quirinale is a simple, classy spot where you’ll experience refined but attentive hospitality from the superb front of house staff.

Drinking:

  • All Bar One Victoria, Victoria Street. A great place to grab a drink or meal serving all the premium beers, ales and a top variety of wines and spirits.
  • The White Horse and Bower on Horseferry Road. This is a perfect place for a drink after work and a bite to eat – The pub is beautifully old-fashioned, friendly atmosphere and the choice of drinks is big.

Westminster: Transport

Tube: The district Line, Circle and Jubilee tube lines all run through Westminster. 

River:  Thames Clipper, Westminster Bridge Road, City of London SE1 7PB.

Bus: 3, 11, 87, 88, N3, N11, N44, N87, N136 – directions to Vauxhall and Piccadilly

24 towards Tottenham court Road.

 

 

 

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