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The Dictionary Hostel, Shoreditch, London

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4.1km from city centre - Show on Map
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Free Breakfast

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The neighbourhood of Shoreditch is the East London’s hipster hotspot for shopping, street art spotting and bar hopping. The vibrant area is known for its curry houses,
street markets, independent shops and great nightlife.

Shoreditch is a neighbourhood where one won’t get bored ever. If you’re planning a visit, check out the Brick Lane – famous for vintage shops, galleries, restaurants, bars and a designer market housed in Old Truman Brewery. A hub of London’s Bangladeshi community, Brick Lane is renowned for excellent curry houses. You can also find the mother of all pop-up shops, The Box Park, next to the Shoreditch High Street station.

Local attractions also include the Geffrey Museum of the English Home, and the Columbia Road Flower Market. The night ends in one of the great bars – choose a cocktail bar, warehouse-style hangout serving craft beer or dance the night away in a techno club.

Hostels in Shoreditch are close to nightlife and transport links. Shoreditch High Street, Hoxton and Haggerston stations are served by the London Overground. The nearest tube stations are Whitechapel, Old Street and Liverpool Street. National Rail operates from Moorgate and Liverpool Street stations. Many London buses also stop in the area.

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The neighbourhood of Shoreditch is the East London’s hipster hotspot for shopping, street art spotting and bar hopping. The vibrant area is known for its curry houses,
street markets, independent shops and great nightlife.

Shoreditch is a neighbourhood where one won’t get bored ever. If you’re planning a visit, check out the Brick Lane – famous for vintage shops, galleries, restaurants, bars and a designer market housed in Old Truman Brewery. A hub of London’s Bangladeshi community, Brick Lane is renowned for excellent curry houses. You can also find the mother of all pop-up shops, The Box Park, next to the Shoreditch High Street station.

Local attractions also include the Geffrey Museum of the English Home, and the Columbia Road Flower Market. The night ends in one of the great bars – choose a cocktail bar, warehouse-style hangout serving craft beer or dance the night away in a techno club.

Hostels in Shoreditch are close to nightlife and transport links. Shoreditch High Street, Hoxton and Haggerston stations are served by the London Overground. The nearest tube stations are Whitechapel, Old Street and Liverpool Street. National Rail operates from Moorgate and Liverpool Street stations. Many London buses also stop in the area.

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