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.
Short walk before or after work? A different place to take your friends on a weekend walk? Courtenay Street in Kennington is your answer. It attracts because of its distinctive architecture and atmosphere. Located near Vauxhall and Waterloo stations is also place to see for those visiting London.
Reading’s Oxford Road hides more historical secrets than you may think. Under its messy surface there’s a lot to discover. Join me on this walk to find out what they’re.
Read this Q&A with marketing manager from Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College to find out where to spend your lunchtime in Hammersmith.
What meant to be an ordinary walk to one of the Reading’s parks turned out to be an urban walk at its best. Thanks to the pretty side streets and interesting history of the Reading Bath Road.