Car: not necessary
Vauxhall is a beautiful inner-city area of South London, in the London Borough of Lambeth. At one point, it was in the historic county of Surrey. It's currently a popular residential area for Members of Parliament and civil servants, due to its proximity to the Houses of Parliament and Whitehall. Vauxhall is also known for its ethnic diversity, boasting a very strong Portugese and Muslim community. In recent years, Vauxhall's riverside has undergone major development, with a number of modern and residential blocks being constructed. One of these, the MI6, has been featured in many James Bond films, and is the home of the British Secret Intelligence Service. Other landmarks of the area include the Brunswick House, a listed Georgian mansion and former home of the Dukes of Brunswick; St. Peters Church, in Kennington Lane; and, soon, St. George Wharf, which will be the tallest residential building in the entire United Kingdom.
Other Activities: Shopping, Sightseeing, historical walks, excellent transport options, direct access to one of the world's best cities.