Bromley, Greater London
Bromley in Greater London was once a market town - swallowed by the expanding capital over the years. Located in the south of London, its town centre was actually historically part of Kent before being incorporated as a borough of Greater London. It is the largest borough in London, comprised of over thirty different neighbourhoods including Crystal Palace, Orpington, Pratts Bottom and Biggin Hill. Westerham Heights in South Bromley is the highest point in London.
Due to Bromley’s size there’s plenty to do and see. The historical heart of the town centre is comprised of Market Square, High Street North and East Street. It features a large retail area with shopping mall alongside a variety of high-end independent eateries and boutiques. Further out every suburb has its own unique features and characteristics – each with trendy café bars, restaurants and tree-lined streets. Leafy Bromley is well-known as an inner-city haven – it is the only London borough to include an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are also plenty of parks and green spaces. Evening entertainment is always on the menu without a need to venture into the city – thanks to Churchill Theatre, Empire Cinema, Ripley Arts Centre and Bromley Little Theatre.
Our catalogue of Bromley venues is expansive and varied – with over seventy to choose from. Selections include Eltham Palace, Crystal Palace Football Club, Old Royal Naval College and Indigo at the O2. Thanks to Bromley’s close proximity to the capital transport links are numerous and varied. It can be easily reached by tube, car, bus or rail. London’s airports are also close by – via a short tube ride or train journey.