Waterloo Local Information
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‘Waterloo Sunset’, the famous song by Ray Davies of The Kinks, celebrates the view from Waterloo bridge - a place that offers one of the best views in London.
Well-known for its cluster of theatres and cultural establishments, the riverside has been refurbished and revitalized considerably in recent times (and, indeed ongoing work continues at the Royal Festival Hall). Lower Marsh conservation area to the south east of Waterloo Station has a historic street market as well as many shops and restaurants.
Waterloo - Eating, drinking, shopping
Anchor and Hope highly-rated gastropub on The Cut
TAS Turkish restaurant, specializing in mezesWhite Hart, Cornwall Road Interesting range of British and continental beers and good food. Very busy at lunchtimes.
Waterloo - Green and open spaces
Jubilee GardensSouthwark Cathedral Churchyard SE1 This garden backs on to Borough Market, and has a sunken lawn that is open to the public.
Waterloo - Culture - things to do and places to go
Waterloo - Transport
Part of the attraction of this area is its close proximity to so many key areas of London, and the wide variety of transport options available.
Waterloo Station Mainline Waterloo East - London Bridge and connections.
Waterloo and City Line
Thames Clipper www.thamesclippers.com
Stops at Waterloo Pier, Savoy Pier, Blackfriars, Bankside, London Bridge and others.
For details of the local bus network please visit www.tfl.gov.uk/buses