First of all, I enjoy spending time in South Bank, walking around this neighbour hood with my camera. This happens to be my favourite area for everything in South London because it’s the best area for museums, theatres, tourist sites, and markets, everything can be found there just across the river from the House of Parliament the South Bank area was energised during the 1951 festival of Britain.
You can always find something to do in South bank. In case you are up for a walk its perfect location for a sunny day stroll. The riverside walkway is perfect for watching and spending lazy afternoons in a pavement café or browsing in one the areas many book stall and art shops. You can catch a show at the national theatre or browse the designer boutiques in the Oxo tower. There is always something going on, as well as fantastic range of entertainment, arts, skaters and dining venues even whiz down the Thames on a speedboat for a spectacular views.
So what would your perfect day out in South London include? Most important thing that’s very important for me is taking photographs and knows day can be considered complete if I don’t have some great shots in the end. South bank is perfect place to take photos, grabbing a pint of larger and dinning. In addition to these things I like bookstores and record stores - Lewisham high street is a perfect place dig out old skool records and they are cheap.
FAVOURITE GALLERY / MUSEUM
I can't say I have a favourite museum or gallery in London, but of the best one, on my opinion, is Tate. When am looking for vintage pieces and evaluating them, making notes I will go to the War museum and if I am in the mood to see something controversial, to be shocked or discover new weird things I would go to Tate Modern. This is the perfect place for afternoon tea and dessert.
SOUTH LONDON SECRET
Soul train night at the Busby building every Saturday night in Peckham, South London.
BARS / RESTAURANTS
Historic pubs such as The George and The anchor is fine place to grab a beer, check out London’s smallest bar The Rake and for cocktail check Dandelyan for unusual mixes of cocktail.
DINNING / CLUBBING
The Bank side is full of restaurants and pavement cafes. Ministry of and the Fridge Brixton are perfect for dancing.