City Travel Tip #1395

Walk around town – London


London is a flat city and the best way to discover its secrets is to walk the streets and squares.

Go to Southbank, for example, the south bank of the Thames, and walk from the London Eye to Tower Bridge (the city’s postcard bridge). You’ll have the opportunity to see and photograph the city’s many sights: Westminster Palace, Big Ben, the London Eye, Tate Modern, Shakespeare’s Theatre, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Tower of London, Tower Bridge, and much more (entrance, however, is paid).

Other famous tourist spots in the city also do not charge admission, including :

Piccadilly Circus,
Trafalgar Square,
Covent Garden,
Notting Hill and
Leicester Square

A walk on the banks of the Regent’s Canal, especially between Little Venice and Camden, is a delightful program, and you are sure to be amazed by this part of London.

In addition to passing through Regent’s Park, you’ll see several houseboats moored on the shore, some with their own garden. A walk without running takes about 1 hour.

And for those who like street art and more alternative shops, a walk east of the city, like the Brick Lane region, is a source of great inspiration.

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