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A taxi drivers guide to Waterloo

Named after a battle in Belgium, immortalised in a song by four Swedes. Waterloo’s reputation as London’s major travel hub owes a lot to European influence. Fitting then that it’s such a popular point of attraction with visiting tourists. But no matter where you’re from, finding the right Waterloo taxi can always be tricky. Home to the London Eye, the London Dungeons, BFI Imax, The Aquarium (to name but a few) as well as a whole host of bars and restaurants, this little nook on the corner of the Thames is sometimes too busy for even the most accomplished Waterloo taxi driver. With approximately 100 million people passing through it each year, Waterloo train station is the UK’s busiest. A great access point to the South West of England as well as being handily situated on the Bakerloo, Northern and Waterloo & City underground routes. It’s easy to dip in and out of it as you please. Whether you’re visiting the local Southbank on foot or you’re looking to grab a cab to a nearby hotel or restaurant. Waterloo is no longer the scourge of Napoleon. It’s a rather fantastic portal to South London and beyond.

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