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For those that have never been to this area before let us give you a brief into to London’s Waterloo District...
Named for the battle in which Napoleon was defeated, Waterloo is a popular district of Central London.
Since it was built on what used to be marshland in the 18th Century, it has become an important part of the tapestry that makes up London’s South Bank area.
The famous Waterloo Station is both the biggest and busiest station in the UK.
The History of Waterloo
Waterloo’s history is relatively short. While the Lamberth Marshe, which preceded the district, was drained in the 1700s, Waterloo Station was only opened in 1845.
The bridge, originally called Strand Bridge, was renamed in the excitement of the military victory.
Only then was the entire district given its name. When the Eurostar began in 1994, it ran to Waterloo Station.
This prompted calls from the French to have it renamed, as they did not want visitors from France to arrive in a place named for a battle in which they were defeated.
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What to do in Waterloo
There is plenty to do in and around Waterloo and the South Bank. The London Eye is a hugely popular tourist attraction.
Essentially a giant ferris wheel, it gives spectacular panoramic views over London. You might also want to visit the Imperial War Museum or watch a movie at the BFI IMAX.
Where to eat
If you want an experience for dinner, book a table at the OXO Tower restaurant. With stunning views over the river, and fine dining too.
It’s a great place to celebrate an event or simply life itself. The prices are reasonable too, so have a look even if you're on a tight budget.
Looking for something a little less fancy?
Have a traditional fish and chips at Masters Super Fish. Alternatively, visit Baltic for a modern take on traditional Polish food.
You'll find plenty of pubs and clubs in the area. If you're just looking for a pint, you might as well go exploring, and you'll find a pub easily enough.
Looking for cocktails in a classy location?
Try Bar Elba, a rooftop bar in Mercury Lounge. Alternatively, give the Queen Elizabeth Hall Rooftop Garden a chance, for sundowners or post-theatre drinks.
For a night out dancing, the famous Ministry of Sound nightclub is nearby.
You can’t go wrong with this all night party atmosphere, where you might well have the time of your life.
Waterloo’s Paris Rock Club holds occasional dance parties if you're looking for something a little different.
Getting to Waterloo
Waterloo tube station is on the South Western Main Line to Weymouth via Southampton, the West of England Main Line to Exeter via Salisbury, and the Portsmouth Direct Line to Portsmouth Harbour and the Isle of Wight.
To find out which busses to use to get to Waterloo from your location, visit the Transport For London website for a detailed route.