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A visit to Waterloo at any time of year is worthwhile because London is a major global city that always offers so much to do and see. If you desire warmer weather, a trip to the capital during July and August is a good idea. During this time, you can expect average highs of around 23°C, with temperatures rarely dropping below 15°C. While rainfall is fairly difficult to predict, wet weather is likely to occur every month of the year. Even in July and August, Londoners can expect to experience rain every four days, on average. December, January and February are usually the coldest months of the calendar, with highs of around 9°C, but there are always special events to enjoy. For instance, the Southbank Centre’s Winter Festival starts in early November and runs for approximately two months.
You’ll be presented with quite a few accommodation options in this part of London, from affordable hostels and hotels to well-appointed apartments. Hotels in Waterloo provide a great base to explore the capital more widely. Waterloo railway station is located in the heart of this district and is just a one-minute-walk away from Waterloo Underground.Families should definitely consider hotels in Waterloo because there are so many fun attractions that are within easy reach. Sea Life Centre, the London Dungeon and the London Eye are all situated within a two-minute stroll of one another and are not more than a 10-minute walk from the centre of Waterloo.There’s plenty for couples to do in this part of London. For instance, you can enjoy a cult, arthouse or foreign film at BFI Southbank, catch the latest blockbuster movie at the BFI IMAX or attend a live performance at the prestigious Old Vic. A walk along the South Bank of the Thames is a must for any visitor. Start at Westminster Bridge and finish at London Bridge, and take in an array of iconic landmarks along the way, including the Houses of Parliament and Tate Modern. It’s only a three-kilometre walk, which can easily take a while, simply because there’s so much to see.Hotels in Waterloo provide adults with lots of entertainment options. Two of this area’s well-reviewed pubs include Vaulty Towers and The Crown & Cushion. Alternatively, you might like to sip on cocktails at 12th Knot or enjoy a glass of wine at Unwined in Waterloo. London, of course, has many great nightclubs, including Ministry of Sound, which is just a 22-minute walk from the heart of Waterloo.

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