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South Bank is a beautiful riverside stretch in the heart of London featuring the Coca-Cola London Eye, SEA LIFE London Aquarium, Imperial War Museum London, Southbank Centre, National Theatre, top hotels, shopping, dining and more. Located walking...more
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Lambeth Bridge to Blackfriars Bridge | south to St George's Circus, London SE1, England
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Nice family day out age range 8 to. Mid seventies good value especially if you use train deals and sun newspaper vouchers

Thank Patricia T
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The southbank of the Thames is a lovely walk with nearby attractions to see and do. Great time on a nice day.

Thank Laurence B
Reviewed 1 week ago

You must visit the South Bank area when in London. you also need to visit The Tower of London have a romantic stroll over the London Bridge for a couple of quid visit the Bowels of the bridge or walk over the Top This area...More

Thank georgeeboy
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We walked a few miles of the south bank on the river as a member of freetoursbyfoot. There are quite a bit of interesting sights, places to eat, and people to watch. It is worth a walk.

Thank MaltaBound
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Go along and watch the artists and musicians alongside the River Thames. Lots of restaurants for all tastes and pockets. They have a Nelsom Mandela there at the moment (free). Nice vibes and happy people and children alike. Slightly further along is the London Eye...More

Thank 21Davids22
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great pop up with a couple of decent bars, predominantly pushing cider and a couple of small eateries. Kids, adults, couples - everyone allowed in, and makes for a fun atmosphere. Drinks are a little expensive, but that’s to be expected. Only reason I haven’t...More

Thank Hardeep N
Reviewed 1 week ago

You will never be bored, always something to see or do or eat or buy or experience. There is a plethora of individual things happening on the South Bank at any one time. After more visits than we would like to admit to we are...More

Thank lindkaa
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

From the London Eye down to Butler’s Wharf there is always something happening on the south bank of the Thames . However, the “South Bank” is technically just the area between Lambeth Bridge to Blackfriars Bridge – this area does include Lambeth Palace, London Aquarium,...More

Thank Andrew081
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Visited the south bank centre for African utopia weekend . A great event among many they have planned for summer months. There is a huge sandpit just outside and the water display was keeping a lot of families happy . There is a food market...More

Thank rwilko1
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Nice place had a walk along by the river thames. Saw loads of buskers and people dressed in silver. The theatres were very concretey but great culture all the same.

Thank donyazzz
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Big time attractions such as the London Eye and a
thriving theatre scene (compliments of the National
Theatre and the Young Vic) are but a few of the
reasons that Southbank is such a collectively
cherished part of town. With plenty of family friendly
activities and venues lined up along a pedestrianized
river bank between Westminster Bridge and Waterloo
Bridge, visitors can always expect a casual and
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Response from David S | Reviewed this property |
There are lots of hotels nearby and lots of separate public parking. Rather than fight the London traffic I would do what someone else has suggested: stay out of town (not necessarily as far away as Colliers Wood) and take... More