Car: not necessary
Waterloo is a district of London, and also a part of the London Borough of Lambeth. It is connected to the north bank of the River Thames via the Waterloo Bridge, which is so-named as a commemoration to the Battle of Waterloo in 1815. In fact, Waterloo Road, upon which this apartment is located, also dates all the way back to this time, and it was built on land once belonging to the Archbishop of Canterbury. The historical significance of this location really cannot be overstated.
While staying at this apartment, you're within walking distance of some of London's most famed attractions. To name a few, there's the London Eye, Big Ben, Trafalgar Square, the Globe (a replica of William Shakespeare's famous play house), and the Design Museum. We also strongly suggest that our guests take a leisurely stroll down the Southbank, with its vast array of festival halls, beautiful art galleries, and other historic buildings.
Other Activities: Too many to choose from including theatre, sight-seeing, shopping, museums, history and culture