How to spend the day at Southbank

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How to spend the day at Southbank London

London Southbank is home to some delicious places to eat. Panoramic views across London. Plus one of London's most iconic buildings. Southbank is set by the Thames river, where you can enjoy an exciting rib speed boat ride. Water taxi to places like Canary wharf or a relaxing river cruise. 
What to do southbank
Taking photos along the southbank



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Southbank is a hot spot for both tourists and Londoners wishing to board the London eye. 

Southbank is best enjoyed on a pleasant summers day. Start your morning at Southbank with street performances. 

If you're at Southbank on the right days you can wander round the food market. Often with free samples to enjoy from vendors. 

Stroll along the river and people watch. Stopping to relax on the grass with views of London eye and the river as your backdrop. 
Places to eat at southbank
Enjoying a dessert and cocktails at Sea Containers 

 
Next. Pop in to the southbank centre to check out what art installations. Workshops or performances are taking place at the southbank center. Home to the poetry library. 


Head to the sea containers for lunch. The sea containers is a ground level. River front restaurant serving generous portions of steaks. Burgers and more.

Take some all important pictures of the iconic London eye from locations all around Southbank. Westminster Bridge. The telephone boxes along embankment and more.

Next door to sea containers is the Oxo tower. Enjoy afternoon tea or a sunset dinner. With a rather impressive view from the 8th floor of the oxo tower. 


Finish the night under the twinkling stars and city lights back over at the top floor of the sea containers Hotel. For drinks with a view at the 12th knot. 
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