The Isle of Dogs contains one of London’s two financial nerve centers, but the neighborhood is more than high stakes and higher buildings. Although everyone recognizes this east London locale for the business acumen it displays at Canary Wharf, the Isle of Dogs offers diversions that go beyond power lunches. The neighborhood’s maritime mentality, casual pubs and cafes, and narrow brick townhomes lend it a character that surpasses the expectations of a typical 9-to-5 neighborhood.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
A Dichotomy of London Life: High Towers In a Little Village
Modern London Along the Wharf
We are just a short walk to the Thames Clipper dock, where ferry boats cross to the south side and travel along the Thames, towards Greenwich in one direction and the London Eye in the other....this really is a great, and alternative way to see London!"
The Quiet Side of the Isle
Recreation Along the Isle
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Arne is a German photographer and cameraman. He gained experience in various fields such as TV drama, commercials, and documentaries. His work has taken him all over the world and since 2008, he's been based in London where he recently finished his MA of Arts at Goldsmiths College. While working for Airbnb, he discovered a completely new side of London and many of its hidden secrets.