Today’s guest post has been written by Constantin Singureanu from Hotel 55, located near my favourite tube station – North Ealing. It’s a cosy contemporary hotel and a perfect starting point to exploring leafy Ealing and its neighbours.
Been to the museums? Browsed through every department of Harrods but still feel like you haven’t gotten to know South Kensington well enough. Do you have some energy left? Enjoy a slow contemplative stroll away from the hustle and bustle near the tube station and get to know some fascinating places. Here’s your guide.
Tate Modern and its chimney, Millennium Bridge with some of the most beautiful views of London, Thames beaches, St. Paul’s Cathedral and narrow streets of the City – this are the highlights of Clare Wadd’s daily walk to work. She’s Ramblers Inner London chair and the author of this guest post. She shares the highlights of the route and talks about the difference that morning walk makes in her day.
This walk along rail arches leading from Vauxhall to Waterloo station is less intense than most of my walks, yet it provides a good insight into industrial history and contemporary culture of the area.
Walk from Acton Central to Hammersmith has everything urban walker needs – plenty of independent shops along and green spaces to relax.
This walk was kind of planned. Kind of, because I planned to go to Gillespie Park in Islington but I’ve never expected to see so many wonderful spots on the way and to get to know Islington better.