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Borough Market is in Central London, just south of The River Thames at London Bridge. It’s an easy walk to Borough Market along the South Bank, past many famous attractions, or you can cross from North of the river, on foot, at London Bridge, or any of London’s bridges.
How To Get To Borough Market By Train
If you plan to catch the tube to Borough Market the nearest tube stations are London Bridge, Borough, and Southwark. London Bridge Station is a large station with overland train connections. To walk to Borough Market from London Bridge Station takes just 5 minutes approximately.
London Bridge Station is on the Northern and Jubilee Underground Lines in Zone 1.
Southwark Tube Station is on the Jubilee Line in Zone 1.
Borough Station is on the Bank branch of the Northern Line.
To get to Borough Market from Heathrow by tube, catch the Picadilly Line underground to Green Park and switch to the Jubilee Line. For a faster journey catch the Heathrow Express from Heathrow into Central London, at Paddington. From Paddington take the tube, you will need to change lines.
Buses also stop almost directly outside Borough Market, you need buses 141, 149, 43 and 521.
We do not recommend you try to drive to Borough Market, the roads are very busy and parking is difficult.
There is no admission fee for Borough Market and you could be there for half an hour or half a day, depending on what you’d like to see and eat there.
Borough Market Address: Borough High St, London SE1 9AH, United Kingdom.
Map of Borough Market
Where is Borough Market? The Market’s location is marked on the map below.
Hotels Near Borough Market
There are a few hotels not too far from Borough Market, try one of the following.
This area of London will give you good access to Central London and most transport options.
If you want a luxury hotel near Borough Market, there’s the Shangri La at The Shard. This one will set you back about $1000 Au, $660 US per night. These prices fluctuate, obviously.