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Located in south east London in the Borough of Lambeth and stretching into the Borough of Southwark, Waterloo is a constant throb of vibrancy and positivity as commuters and tourists cross paths to get to their destinations. Locals leave for work in the morning as tourists arrive, and there’s something immensely satisfying about returning home at the end of the day as those same tourists are leaving to make their journey home. They’ve come here for the day – but you live here and are here to stay!
There are the obvious tourist destinations such as the London Eye, Sea Life Aquarium, boat trips along the Thames, as well as the variety of entertainment on offer from theatres to cinemas, but there’s so much more going on for the locals to lose themselves in; from great local restaurants and pubs, food markets and shopping, or the fact that you can just stroll along the river and lay down roots anywhere, either away from the hustle bustle or right in the middle of the madness.
Anthony George from Frank Harris’s Southbank & Waterloo branch, says that the popularity of Waterloo is largely because of its unique location in the cultural heart of London, with its overwhelming choice of award-winning entertainment and food, all wrapped up in a part of London steeped in history. You are only ever minutes from a multitude of buses to take you anywhere you want, two train stations and four tube lines – and it’s just a hop, skip and jump over Waterloo Bridge to The Strand, with Covent Garden straight ahead.