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Visitor's Guide to East London

Visitor's Guide to East London Over the past few years east London has been going through an evolution, transforming itself from the capital’s depressed dark side to the new celebrated darling of the area.

In just 12 years Canary Wharf [map]has been transformed from derelict docks into the modern business centre it is today - an ambitious project which has attracted attention from all over the world.

Millions of pounds are also being invested in other areas of east London making the area as a whole into a honey pot for the suits, the creatives and the media savvy.

This section of the website covers the areas within the E1 – E18 postcodes including Whitechapel, Hackney, Mile End, Bow, Isle of Dogs, Leytonstone and Walthamstow.

As a whole the area is known for cockneys, pearly kings and queens and jellied eels - if this is the east London you want to explore you’ll still find plenty things to keep you entertained.

However as well as retaining the links to its past, east London is also moving with the times and now has several museums, art galleries and attractions to visit.

It is also making its mark on the social map with growing number of chic restaurants and trendy bars to keep the new influx of young professionals entertained.

You’ll find east London a diverse and vibrant part of the capital by just scratching the surface.

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