Aldgate is a beautiful area in the eastern most gateway of London. It is part of the Central London and located 4 km north-eastern side of Charing Cross Street. It’s areas starts from the City of London and expands till WhiteChapel and also the eastern end of London. It falls under the Middlesex County. The name Aldgate was given to a city ward. It is one of the most happening areas in London, bounded by Crutched Friars in southern side and White Kennet Street in north. So naturally, you will find two of the busiest streets, Fenchurch and Leadenhall to be located in close proximity from the Aldgate High Street. The gate stands high on the eastern part. The area in close roundabout is known as Gardiners’ Corner and commonly referred to as Aldgate (although it’s part of the Aldgate High Street). Gardiners’ Corner was a popular departmental store in this part of the city years back. However, the store disappeared but the name remains. The closest tube rail station is Aldgate at the Metropolitan and Circle lines.
The perfect combination of historical artifacts and modern settings will definitely excite you once you step into this part of London. Here you will witness some of the most vibrant shopping zones, not those niche, mall style but very traditional settings. The eastern part of Aldgate will let you witness Brick Lane, that’s delightfully reminds of the bygone era while at the southern side, you will observe the Spitalfields cobbled market that feature those Victorian showpieces and many more items to gift your near and dear ones. A short walk down the Liverpool Street and you will find numerous hotels, restaurants, bars, lounges, and shopping stores available in and around the Spitalfields market. Look around as sassy oriental escorts London can be sighted in the lounges and bars.