South Bank is a beautiful riverside stretch in the heart of London in the boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark, following the Thames from Lambeth to Blackfriars bridges.
Visit the giraffe cafe!
For centuries the riverside district was dominated by industrial plants, but bombings in World War II ruined the area. The Festival of Britain transformed South Bank a cultural hub in 1951
spring is the best time to be here - sun shining, book browsing, cafe coffees and brasseries as you approach Festival Hall
Some really nice places to eat on the river....
Go for a walk down the Southbank, make sure you stop by and check out the graffiti artists at work...take some pictures of the coolest pieces.
walk from Festival Hall along the banks of the Thames up to Tate Modern, cross over to St Paul's, get the tube - a nice half day
nice restaurant at the BFI southbank! absolutely love it!
Food Market outside Ping Pong always has great free samples!
Meander. You'll never know what you might see.
There is a southbank skatepark here !
watch the bubble people entertaining
In summer, get here at 4pm and get a seat and bottle of wine on the South Bank Centre sun terrace.
Bombay on Thames @ Dishoom, beautiful home cooked ruby chicken and naan.
book and map fair sunday evenings.
Support for LONG LIVE SOUTH BANK SKATEPARK!!!✌️👊
I love the view and all the places around here.
Nice place to while away the time, but can get busy. Beware of cyclists!
Walk from Borough Market along Bankside until you reach the London Eye. There will be lots of people on this stretch if it's a bright day and tons of activities happening.
Best place in London with the best view! Get a seat and chillax :)
When going to Waterloo get off at Embankment or Charring Cross and walk over Millennium bridge via The South Bank for great views of London
Where anything can happen & most likely will...
Also, one of my secret spot in London :)
Foyles deckchairs are a great place for people watching and reading.
The ultimate Saturday morning walk, the South Bank is bustling with energy.
Lots to do here from walking down by the river and enjoying the view to going to one of the many cafes' or entertainment spots. Avoid 'Zen Cafe' as it's highly tourist marketed and not cheap.
Iain dowie's here. No shit.
A lovely place to watch the world go by
Check out the food market in front of Royal Festival Hall and walk along the river bank. Also, check out the Udderbelly festival.
River Thames water level is high today, looks great from the South Bank
A lovely stroll from the London Eye to London Bridge. Plenty to see and places to stop to shop, eat and drink.
About to become lame
look at south African pictures
Great street atmosphere this Sunday