Located in South East London, Bromley North London Station lies in Travelcard Zone 4. The station was opened in 1878 and was then rebuilt in 1926. The station is also a hub terminus for buses of which 10-day routes have Bromley Station as the origin.
Glades Shopping Center with more than 35 shops and 15 restaurants is one of the prime shopping destinations in North London. Some of the popular shops in the center being Marks & Spencers and the Disney Store.
Churchill Theater not only organizes some of the best concerts and plays, but it is also an excellent place to wine and dine.
Crystal Palace Park is one of the greenest spaces in the city and houses attractions like a skatepark, Dinosaur Court, and the hedge maze.
Popular places of interest and availability of good hotels in Orpington, Croydon, Greenwich, Wimbledon, and Epsom the best weekend getaways near Bromley.
Fish and Chips, Yorkshire Pudding, Pie & Mash, Cockles, Eton Mess, and Beef Wellington are some of the popular dishes to try out in Bromley. Some of the popular localities which have the best dining venues in Bromley are Homesdale Road, East Street, High Street, and Bromley Hill.
London City Airport is the nearest airport to Bromley and is 7.3 miles from the city. It serves both domestic and international flights flying to and from the city.
The months between June and September are considered some of the best months to visit Bromley. The weather during these months is cool which makes it ideal for exploring the city.
OYO hotels are some of the best hotels in Bromley London. To provide guests with the best of comfort, OYO Hotels have more than 40 established properties in the city. Guests can expect facilities like daily housekeeping, 24/7 check-ins, in-house restaurants, luggage assistance, free-wifi, car parking, swimming pool, card payments, and king/queen-sized beds. Guests seeking hotels for long term stay can book OYO Hotels starting at £30-£60 (per night).