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A Guide to Bank

Guide to the local area

The Counting House pub is located right in the heart of the City, at the junction of Cornhill and Gracechurch street. Bank tube station is just a short walk away, but it's also close to other major stations like Liverpool Street and London Bridge.

The City of London is, perhaps, most widely known as the main historical finance district. Although it certainly conforms to this reputation, it is also home to a large proportion of London's greatest tourist attractions. The area is densely populated by many of the most famous London attractions including St Paul's Cathedral, Tower Bridge and the Barbican Arts Centre.

By Car

The pub doesn’t have a car park, but there’s one available on nearby Beach St, EC2Y. If you're coming by car, we'd recommend a taxi because you will have to pay the Congestion Charge and parking is about £10 per hour or more in central London!

By Bus

Bus number 25 stops right outside the pub and comes from as far out East as Hainault Street. The route comes in via Stratford International and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

By Tube

Our nearest tube station is Bank. Come out at exit 5 and walk up Cornhill for five minutes - you'll find us next to a shop called Crush. If you’re coming from Monument Station, walk up Gracechurch Street before turning left at the junction with Cornhill.

By Train

Bank Station or Cannon St are our closest mainline stations, but if you're coming from outside of London, then Liverpool Street and London Bridge are just a short, but feature packed, walk away.

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