20 September 2018
Located on the southern bank of River Thames and opposite the city of Westminster, South Bank is one of the most visited areas of London, especially on the pedestrian part of Queen's Walk. This region in the Borough of Southwark and Lambeth is known for its arts and entertainment since the 1951 Festival of Britain; the Southbank Centre on Belvedere Road SE1 8XX, Royal Festival Hall, Hayward Gallery, the Purcell Room and Queen Elizabeth Hall are all venues associated with the performance arts in South Bank. Although clients who wish to book London escorts based in South Bank will find this area lacking in high class escorts (compared to Mayfair W1K, Knightsbridge SW1X, Belgravia SW1W and Fitzrovia W1T), it is nonetheless full of attractions to see with their high class companion. Many London escorts will be familiar with the best places to visit in South Bank and may be able to recommend live performances or venues to dine in. As unassuming as the South Bank looks from a distance, the stretch of pedestrian roads between Westminster and London Bridge is teeming with activity , surely the best way to enjoy your London escort's company on a warm Spring's afternoon.
Starting from the London Waterloo side of South Bank, visitors will find many interesting attractions: the Sea Life London Aquarium (County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, SE1 7PB), London Eye (Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, SE1 7PB), South Bank Centre and BFI Imax (1 Charlie Chaplin Walk, London SE1 8XR) as well as the new London Dungeon (Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Rd, SE1 7PB) are all found here. Depending on you and your escort's stamina, you may explore all of these venues, with lunch in between of course! The riverside restaurant Skylon at Royal Festival Hall, Belvedere Road SE1 8XX is a wonderfully romantic venue to enjoy your London escort's company and also to gaze out over the Thames. For dim sum lovers, Ping Pong at Festival Terrace Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road SE1 8XX is an excellent option which is not too far from all the main attractions of South Bank. You may even prefer the humble gastro-pub, which is truly one of the great British establishments in informal dining-the historic Anchor and Hope at 36 The Cut, Waterloo SE1 8LP, is a great place to enjoy ale and a classic British lunch. If you venture further along East of Waterloo Bridge, you will find the National Theatre (Upper Ground, South Bank, London SE1 9PX), Oxo Tower (Oxo Tower Wharf, Barge House Street,SE1 9PH) and Gabriel's Wharf (56 Upper Ground, SE1 9PP), all wonderful places to shop and eat. The 8th floor Oxo Tower Restaurant is especially delightful with its rooftop view of London.
Often people confuse East of Blackfriars Bridge as South Bank, but it is actually one of the oldest regions of London known as Bankside. Today, the area is still bustling with activity around Borough Market at 8 Southwark Street SE1 1TL, and many of London's most diverse cultures, foods and architectures can be found here. In Shakespeare's time, people flocked to the Globe (21 New Globe Walk, Bankside, SE1 9DT), which is still holding live performances in the 21st Century. The most famous attraction in Bankside today is Tate Modern (Bankside, SE1 9TG), a large contemporary art museum fashioned from an old derelict factory; it is not the only gallery in Bankside of course, with the Jerwood Space (171 Union Street, SE1 0LN) and Bankside Gallery (48 Hopton Street, SE1 9JH) just nearby. If you enjoy world class theatre productions, then the Menier Chocolate Factory at 53 Southwark Street SE1 1RU, is a fantastic venue to enjoy after-dinner performances with your elite London escort. For wine connoisseurs, Vinopolis at 1 Bank End SE1 9BU, is the must go to venue for stocking up on fine wines and even whiskey at the Whiskey Exchange Shop!
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