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Each day tens of thousands use Waterloo train station for their daily commute rubbing shoulders with tourists and day trippers.
It's busy here and bustling with a cosmopolitan atmosphere.
The History of Waterloo
The area known as Waterloo in the district of Lambeth was named after the battle of Waterloo in which the British definitively defeated Napoleon Bonaparte’s troops.
The famous Waterloo Bridge was opened in 1817 and Waterloo Train Station is one of the two main points of entry into London.
Landmarks in Waterloo
This area is packed full of landmarks that are worth visiting such as the London Eye and the Sealife London Aquarium.
The entertainment centre IMAX, art galleries and the Old Vic theatre sit together attracting people from all walks of life, but there are numerous quiet parks to stroll in if the crowds get too much including the peaceful Jubilee Gardens.
A quick walk across Waterloo Bridge takes you into the heart of Westminster where you’ll find the Gothic designed Houses of Parliament.
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Shopping and Eating in Waterloo
Good value cafes and restaurants are dotted along the streets of Waterloo catering for commuters, workers on a break and tourists happy to pay for standard fare.
So you can always grab a quick bite on the go but the more interesting eateries are located on the side-streets where you’ll find cuisine from across the world.
Street food is the way to eat lunch In Waterloo, and you’ll spot hundreds of people eating as they walk.
Lower Marsh Market is one of the best places to eat, particularly the high energy Cuban restaurants or Spanish tapas bars.
The unpretentious Marie’s Cafe produces one of the best Thai curries in London, but if you want a well-heeled restaurant for the evening try Skylon, it’s been serving since 1951.
Many independent shops line Waterloo’s streets but cross over the bridge and you’ll find the Strand which built for shopping and houses the chain stores.
Nightlife in Waterloo is eclectic and trendy. Try Elba, a new rooftop cocktail bar, or the Queen Elizabeth Hall Roof Garden designed by the Eden Project for great views of London town.
More traditional drinkers may like the Kings Arms for a pint and tech geeks should certainly try The Thirsty Bear where you place your order on a table screen and your drink is dispensed from the tap on your table.
Waterloo Transport Links
Waterloo is built for transport so it’s no surprise that you can access all of London and the UK from here.
Waterloo tube connects with Bakerloo, Jubilee, Northern and Waterloo & City lines, or you can stroll to Waterloo East, Southwark and Lambeth north tube stations. Across the bridge you’ll find Embankment tube station.
Buses service the main thoroughfare and spread out all over London.
It’s a congested area but the public transport is so efficient there’s no need to bring a car.
If you must, the Waterloo Street Station Car Park, Cornwall Road and Doon Street are available, but you may need to wait for a space.