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    A Vibrant and Ever Changing District

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    Vetro is mere minutes from London’s iconic hub of trade and finance, along with its extensive shopping, cafés and restaurants. Within just a ten-minute walk or just three minutes by bike, you will be among the splendour, events, parks and excitements of this extraordinary neighbourhood. Affording a quick transition from enjoying the views over the impressive Canary Wharf skyline to being a part of the vibrant bustle of what’s happening on the ground, Vetro is perfectly positioned to deliver all the rich and diverse experiences of truly rewarding urban-living.
    1. Three Colt Gallery
    2. Museum of London Docklands

    restaurants, bars & cafés

    1. The Narrow - Gordon Ramsay
    2. The Grapes
    3. Royal China
    4. 28 West Bar
    5. Gaucho
    6. The Sipping Room
    7. Rum & Sugar
    8. Kerb West India Quay
    9. Pizza Pilgrims
    10. Burger & Lobster
    11. Iberica
    12. Big Easy
    13. Sticks'n'Sushi
    14. Obicà Mozarella Bar
    15. Billingsgate Market
    16. Goodman

    Leisure & HOTELS

    1. Ropeemakers Field
    2. Westferry Circus
    3. Cabot Square
    4. Jubilee Park

    Culture + green spaces

    1. PureGym
    2. Yoga Creation London
    3. Virgin Active
    4. Reebok CrossFit Thames
    5. Psycle
    6. Bikram Yoga Canary Wharf


    1. Barts Pathlogy Museum
    2. Barbican Conservatory
    3. The Charterhouse
    4. Eagle Gallery
    5. Guildhall Art Gallery
    6. Museum of London
    7. Postman’s Park
    8. Museum of London
    9. Postman’s Park
    Three Colt Gallery Museum of London Docklands
    The Narrow - Gordon Ramsay The Grapes Royal China 28 West Bar Gaucho The Sipping Room Rum & Sugar Kerb West India Quay Pizza Pilgrims Burger & Lobster Iberica Big Easy Sticks'n'Sushi Obicà Mozarella Bar Billingsgate Market Goodman
    Ropeemakers Field Westferry Circus Cabot Square Jubilee Park
    PureGym Yoga Creation London Virgin Active Reebok CrossFit Thames Psycle Bikram Yoga Canary Wharf
    Aspinal of London Montblanc Massimo Dutti Coach Paul Smith Canary Wharf Shopping Centre Tiffany & Co Michael Kors Reiss
    A multitude of bars and restaurants, shopping and cafes.


    From Canary Wharf to Narrow Street, the picturesque walks along the River Thames are dotted with restaurants and pubs.


    Discover Montblanc, Coach, Jo Malone, Paul Smith, Ralph Lauren and many more impressive brands.


    One of Canary Wharf's four shopping malls, with shops, cafes and restaurants.


    A stone's throw from Vetro, Canary Wharf's open spaces are filled with unexpected and intriguing artworks from all over the globe.


    Culture has truly uplifted the community at Canary Wharf, from its public art to a packed calendar of exciting events throughout the seasons.


    Bringing instant serenity with a tree-filled open space with cascading water features and art installations.
    Canary Wharf is home to one of London's largest and most exciting shopping centres.
    A hidden gem in the capital, Narrow Street.


    The street's most precious occupant, a 1720 pub of pint-sized proportions that Charles Dickens and Samuel Pepys would famously frequent.


    Gordon Ramsay's very own, a ten-minute walk from Vetro, where you can savour traditional dishes topped with river views.


    London's oldest riverside tavern dating back to 1520, with an illustrious history. Views from here were once sketched by Turner and Whistler.

    Where spices and timbers, silks, rhubarb and teas arrived from an imperial land.

    Although there are now few signs of its past, the area surrounding Vetro was London’s original Chinatown. In the late 19th Century, Chinese employees of the East India Company settled on the edge of the world’s busiest docks and set up businesses to cater for their home sailors. By 1910, a thriving community had formed creating the first Chinese quarter in the capital. Today, traces have all but disappeared but there is romance in the notion that these streets once echoed the sounds of spice traders from the ancient Orient.

    A rich history of trade and discovery.