Is south London the most underrated part of the city? When it comes to where tourists will venture, I think it is. In this London travel guide, I’ll talk you to south London and show you some great places to go that us Londoners love. We’ve got a super unique bookshop, south London’s most beautiful park, a coffee shop that’s helping the homeless, and more things to check out in south London.

Want to make a day of it in south London? Find out my top recommendations for things to do in Peckham, Bermondsey and Brixton in The Casual Tourist Guide to South London: It includes an instant-download guide of over 50 recommendations, plus a digital map for your phone to show you where to go, and a printable checklist so you can keep track of which spots you’ve visited so far.

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I’m Jess, I’ve lived in London for many years, and this channel is a London travel guide for anyone visiting the city that wants to experience it like you live here. Beyond talking about the usual London attractions, I show you some of the cooler things to do in London, that most travel guides don’t mention. Watch my videos and you’ll feel like you’ve got a Londoner friend telling you the best kept secrets in the city.

Mentioned in this video:
Old Spike Roastery (Peckham)
Brockwell Park (Brixton)
O2 Academy Brixton and Electric Brixton for live music
Roundtable Books (Brixton)
Fish Wings and Tings (Brixton)
Gong Bar (Bermondsey)

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