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London Waterloo

kirstiejayne Avatar
7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
Thinking of going to London with the deal from Southwest Trains, but i don't actually know how far London Waterloo is from all the attractions in London, is it walkable?
Thanks!
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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1 Like #1
imo its quite far from the main attractions
get a day bus&tram pass (£3.80) or day travelcard for £6.30
[mod] 1 Like #2
If you want to see all the attractions then you are going to need to use the tube/busses anyway so it'll be fine to go to.
1 Like #3
I wouldn't say so, I was there last year and walked from Waterloo to the main places like Westminster/Downing Street/London Eye etc. From memory it's about a 20min walk. Once you're there you can get the tube to get pretty much anywhere you want to go.....
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civms47
I wouldn't say so, I was there last year and walked from Waterloo to the main places like Westminster/Downing Street/London Eye etc. From memory it's about a 20min walk. Once you're there you can get the tube to get pretty much anywhere you want to go.....


yes, if those are the only main attractions for you. London tower bridge, greenwich, buckingham palace are quite far..

anyway, decide for youreslf, this is a walking route planner using google: http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=d&source=s_d&saddr=Waterloo,+Greater+London,+UK&daddr=London,+SE1+7PB+(London+Eye)+to:Bridge+St,+London,+Westminster,+SW1A+2+(Big+Ben)+to:parliament+square+to:trafalgar+square+to:Buckingham+Palace,+London,+SW1A+1AA+(Buckingham+Palace)+to:Tower+Bridge,+Tower+Bridge+Rd,+London,+SE1+(Tower+Bridge)&geocode=FT7eEQMdpUD-_w%3BFcTgEQMd9Cv-_yGFjJHbzzSB9A%3BFW3XEQMdLxf-_yGbJIWvcTfiaQ%3B%3B%3BFTPZEQMdv9X9_yGH3Twxb-Jb5g%3BCa058GmnCYc9FRHhEQMd3tT-_yHV07G9GgXqow&hl=en&gl=uk&mra=pe&mrcr=5&dirflg=w&sll=51.504789,-0.10849&sspn=0.030719,0.077162&ie=UTF8&z=14
1 Like #6
+1 for the travel card and do a bit of planning first using maps like these.
#8
Thanks for your help everyone!
#9
civms47
Did I forget to mention that you can get the tube anywhere else??? Oh wait, I did...... :whistling:


yes you win hooray ....
#10
nuabdi
yes you win hooray ....


Nothing to do with winning, just can't be bothered with people pulling you up about something you've said, without reading the full post, happens on here quite a bit....
banned#11
If you want to know if its near to ALL the attractions, the answer is no. (London is a very big place!)

Walking distance - London Eye, South Bank, Thames boat trip, Houses of Parliament, London Aquarium, London Bridge, Tower Bridge, London Dungeon, Tower of London, Imperial War Museum, Covent Garden

And lots more besides....


However, I'd advise getting a travel card and having a nosey on the underground to other places. Waterloo isn't london.... its a mere pin***** on the map. (I should know - I work here!)


Edit...... OMG the hole that a pin makes is a word banned by the word censors!
#12
Whenever we go to london, we quite often walk to the places we want to go. You get to see a lot more of london, rather than missing it all by going udnerground. Found some great little shop,s pubs, bars, atrractions by walking around, it's like your own sightseeing tour.

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