Read this post and discover the ancient trees, historical pottery, old houses and a different face of Chelsea. If you would like a map for this walk, download Go Jauntly for your iPhone for free.
Less known than its famous neighbour Hampstead Heath, but maybe even more beautiful. Outside of Central London but attracts crowds of visitors. Once you’re there you’ll not want to leave. Find out more about this North London park, which I consider one of the most beautiful parks in London.
Looking for a long walk with variety of architectural styles along the way? Highgate is great for that. This post will point you to six most interesting buildings in the area.
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.
Take this long leisurely walk from Acton to Hammersmith to discover a good piece of West London. It has all you need – independent shops, pretty backstreets and green spaces.