Getting Here

By Tube

No matter where you are in Bankside, you’re only ever within walking distance from a number of London Underground stations: London Bridge, Borough, Blackfriars, Southwark and Waterloo.
Plan your journey at tfl.gov.uk/tube and stay up to date with these useful links:

 

By Rail

The area is served by three major National Rail connections at London Bridge, Blackfriars and Waterloo station.
Find out more at nationalrail.co.uk
 

By Bus

The RV1 bus service links Bankside with Covent Garden, South Bank, Waterloo, London Bridge and Tower Hill. Alternatively the 381 runs between Waterloo Station and Tower Bridge. London Bridge bus station is also a major terminus for many other central London buses.
Visit tfl.gov.uk/bus to plan your route.
 

By Boat

Take to the Thames and discover a new way to move through the capital with Uber Boat by Thames Clippers. Boats depart from Bankside Pier every 20 minutes, go westbound towards Putney and Battersea Power Station or eastbound to Woolwich via North Greenwich.
Find out more at thamesclippers.com.
 

By Bike

There are several public cycle and Santander Cycles docking stations in Bankside. You can find both outside London Bridge station and multiple locations along Southwark Street.
Bankside is also connected by London’s Cycleways network.
 

On Foot

The best way to explore London is always on foot. If you’re travelling from north of the river, Bankside can be reached by walking across Blackfriars Bridge, Southwark Bridge, London Bridge or the Millennium Bridge.
A car-free walkway also runs along the riverside, connecting Tower Bridge and the South Bank with spectacular views of London’s iconic attractions.
Approximate walking times to Bankside:

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