Not one, but two, bridges connect Lambeth to its across-the-Thames counterparts. This central London neighborhood blends high culture and pub culture with ease—Lambeth boasts its own palace to rival Westminster’s, as well as gold-gilded taverns that supply modern libations in old-world watering holes. Unpretentious and readily accessible, this brick and stucco neighborhood puts you in the middle of London without having to bear the crowds.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
The Historic Neighborhood of Lambeth Springs Forward
The local area has a lovely community feel with a market street nearby and some great local pubs, cafes and restaurants. For more culture the Old Vic and Imperial War Museum are also nearby."
Riverside Life and a Powerful Neighbor
This part of South London is one of the best locations to stay, because the bend in the river makes it feel very central and it’s always a joy to walk across the river to get where you want to go."
Visited in 2012
The Imperial War Museum
Lambeth North underground is in Zone 1 and the Bakerloo line takes you direct into the West End of London in minutes. Waterloo station is also nearby."
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