London's Hidden Walks: Volume 1 (Explore London)

£9.9
FREE Shipping

London's Hidden Walks: Volume 1 (Explore London)

London's Hidden Walks: Volume 1 (Explore London)

RRP: £99
Price: £9.9
£9.9 FREE Shipping

In stock

We accept the following payment methods

Description

Highlights of this London walk include Richmond Park, charming alleys like Brewers Lane, and great riverside pubs and restaurants. Pass through creepy – but incredibly beautiful – Abney Cemetery, with over 300,000 graves. It’s now a nature reserve.

The third of my of my secret London walks is in Greenwich. This southeast London neighborhood is known for its maritime history, famous park, covered market, and Royal Observatory. The first of my secret London walks is in Hampstead. This is one of my favorite north London neighborhoods, and its village atmosphere makes it a great area for walks. I have additional London walks in the pipeline, and they’ll all end up on my London walking map when I’ve published them. If you want to see more of the city, you can also take a look at my London neighborhoods map.

Finish at Wimbledon Park Station: The section concludes at Wimbledon Park station on the District Line. Turn right along Conyers Road, passing the Streatham Pumping Station. This is a really cool Victorian architectural building. I hope my list of secret London walks has made you want to get outside and discover the best under-the-radar areas in the city. Whether you’re a local or want to live like one, these walks will help you explore the areas Londoners love. Happy walking! Enter Tooting Bec Common, passing a lake, the Lido, and a great little café. Stop for a coffee before you cross Bedford Hill road and continue to the northern part of the common. Shaughan has made two Podcasts based on this walk. Listening to either or both of them will give you an exceptionally good idea of what’s on the menu – what you get on the walk – and how it’s served up, the guiding. Here’s the Hidden London –Podcast 1. And here’s Hidden London – Podcast 2. HIDDEN LONDON TOUR PRACTICALS

This secret London walk will lead you through Greenwich and show you heritage buildings, picture-pretty side streets, and one of the best views of London. Next on my list of secret London walks is one in Islington. This local area in north London has bustling shopping streets, peaceful canals, and lots of colorful doors to take in. If you’d like to do this one, you can find the route, map, and photos on my Holland Park walk blog post. At the North side of Regent’s Park, get into a little real estate porn with the canalside villas only billionaires could afford

Subscribe to our London Newsletter

This leafy, waterside section of the Thames is lovely even when it’s spitting rain. You’ll meander around and over the rivers and canals, passing posh high streets, historic pubs, manors and mansions.

If you’re curious about this secret London walk, you can find the full route, map, photos, and video on my Clerkenwell walking tour blog post. This secret London walk is ideal if you want to get to know a part of London locals love. It’s one of the most beautiful places in the city, and it feels like a country village right in the UK capital. Follow the railway line by Estreham Road. After the road bends right, turn left through the subway under the railway to Potters Lane. This is one of the most beautiful hidden walks in London, with wooded areas, incredible greenery, posh park paths, great architecture, and creepy cemetery vibes. From charming squares to narrow passageways, side streets to hidden courtyards, these secret London walking tours will take you to some of my favorite hidden places around the UK capital.As you continue, you’ll pass by Thames Ditton Island, Swan Island, and Boyle Farm Island, all with incredible views, greenery and wildlife. This canal walk goes past everything from the colorful boats in Little Venice to the buzzing stalls in Camden Market. It even goes through the London Zoo in Regent’s Park. This section of the Thames path winds in and around inlets, wharfs and bridges, with cool historic sights along the way.Most London bridge walks that start at Tower Bridge will take you to touristy spots; this doesn’t. Enter Wandsworth Common, following the path beside the railway line. Pass the ponds and continue towards the houses.



  • Fruugo ID: 258392218-563234582
  • EAN: 764486781913
  • Sold by: Fruugo

Delivery & Returns

Fruugo

Address: UK
All products: Visit Fruugo Shop