Gatwick to London Bridge Station Taxi
Gatwick to London Bridge Station Taxi- Gatwick to London Bridge station taxi – Book Gatwick to London Bridge station taxi,Gatwick Airport to London Bridge station taxi, London Taxi & Get 10% off: The first section of London Bridge Station was opened in 1836 and the whole line wasn’t finished until December 1838. In the surroundings you can visit and enjoy many famous attractions that are within a walking distance and easy to find. Among the most interesting ones we can distinguish The Clink Prison Museum, The Shard and Tower Bridge.
The Clink Prison Museum
The Clink Prison museum is based on Clink prison which is considered one of the oldest prisons in London, the first notable evidence being in 1144. The prison’s owner was Bishop of Winchester, and was part of a larger complex called Winchester House. The most offenders in Clink Prison were from Southbank, which was a district known for the “perverse entertainment” that they offered. Visitors will have the opportunity to see with their own eyes the different torture methods on which the helpless criminals were subjected in medieval England. The museum can be visited daily between 10 am and 6 pm (on weekends between 10 am and 9 pm).
To have an overview of the city, you absolutely must find a height from which to watch over rooftops and feel a little closer to heaven. In London there are several possibilities, some more expensive, some cheaper. The most expensive option is the new symbol of the city – The Shard. If you are willing to pay £30 (£23.95/child), you can speed up a lift available until near the clouds and you can admire the city from a height of 244 meters. The Shard can be visited from Monday to Wednesday and on Sunday between 10 am and 7 pm, and Thursday to Saturday between 10 am and 10 pm.
Tower Bridge is a great symbol of London! It is spectacular and worth visiting by day and especially by night, when it is bathed in thousands of lights. Tower Bridge is also famous for its numerous appearances in many important films, over the years.
Rail Transport from Gatwick Airport to London Bridge Station (SE1):
In order to get rail transport from London Gatwick Airport to Bridge Station (SE1), you will have to take the Gatwick Airport Train (that comes every 20 minutes) to London Bridge. From there you can walk to Bridge Station (SE1). The total journey would take about 28 minutes with the train and from London Bridge to Bridge Station (SE1) will take 5 minutes. Another option would be taking a taxi transfer from Gatwick Airport to Bridge Station.
Road Transport from Gatwick Airport to London Bridge Station (SE1):
So as to travel by car from London Gatwick Airport to London Bridge Station (SE1), you must take the M23 and then A23. London Gatwick Airport is 28.3 miles away from Bridge Station (SE1).
Taxi from Gatwick Airport to London Bridge Station (SE1):
A journey by taxi from London Gatwick Airport to Bridge Station (SE1) with 247 Gatwick Airport Transfer is going to last around 1 hour and 35 minutes. The price for a taxi service from London Gatwick Airport to Bridge Station (SE1) starts from 60 GBP..