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An audio guide by local historian Leonard Reilly
Twenty-first-century Bankside is on the rise, and quite right too. But the district’s grim past is only a footstep away, lurking in the shadows.
When the sun goes down, wine bars and restaurants serving different cuisine from around the world can be enjoyed throughout Bankside, along the riverwalk, in and around Borough Market and along Borough High Street and Southwark Street. However, that's not all, there's plenty of other activities to keep you entertained in the evening
For the US tourist, a visit to London's Bankside is a must.
Bankside's unique cityscape and landmarks have been featured in scenes of many famous films.
The Bankside riverside is a traffic free riverside walk with plenty of attractions that kids will love...
There is more than to see than just the Tate and Globe! This walk guides you along the best independent galleries and theatres of Bankside.
2012 marks the bicentenary of Charles Dickens’s birth. Dickens had strong links to Bankside, both personal and literary.
Do you have lunch on a park bench or in at your desk? Step outside the office and discover a greener Bankside!
Start your literary discovery down near Borough Tube station where in the 19th century the young Charles Dickens lodged in Lant Street, Southwark while his family were in the Marshalsea Prison.