The South Bank Circuit

ICONIC

2.2

EARLY MORNING

What we see depends mainly on what we look for'. This visual  South Bank riverside sightseeing route takes you along a section of London’s famous River Thames on both the north and the south bank between the Golden Jubilee Bridge and Waterloo Bridge. This 2 Km walk starts and ends at Embankment Station and takes you along the South Bank to the art and entertainment areas of the Royal Festival Hall and National Theatre. It then heads across the river towards the tranquil Victoria Embankment Gardens before finishing up at Embankment Station. This post shows you a hyper-lapse video view of South Bank River Circuit and helps you know the area through maps,  360 VR views, facts and a photo gallery. This area does get a little busy around the South Bank, so I always like to visit this area in the early morning. This is a very enjoyable route as there is a lot of activity on the South Bank and peace and quiet on the  Westminster side of the river. There are also great views of London from both sides of the river and from the top of the Royal Festival Hall and National Theatre

Images

Here are 6 ways to view the photo runs route ranging from seeing what the route looks like on a map, in 360, its sites or as if you were running it at speed.

There is also a detailed guided tour that looks at the area in Elizabethan times (1560), Victorian times (1850), and today.

Some of the longer videos have also been broken down into smaller Youtube videos to help you find the information you need more easily.

Content

Map and sites

along the Run

4 mins

Overview and Mapping your Photo Run journey

See the Run at Speed

3 mins

Experience what Photo Run will look like at 20 kph

Guided Tour of the Photo Run

14 mins

Know the Photo Runs history and points of interest along the way

Orientation Around Route

3 mins

Get there and getting started – 360 Orientation along the way

View Route On

Your Device

Download the route to your device from Plotaroute 

Photoruns [beta]

A way of seeing London that is invisible to others

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