We all have those moments where we just want to get out of the city, but what if you don’t have to?
Away from city life, Little Venice is just off of Regents park, home to canals and beautiful boats. It’s affluent picturesque qualities is what makes it so scenic from the rest of London
It may only be small, but there’s still loads to explore, by foot or boat!
The London Waterbus Company offers a unique experience of cruising down the tranquil Regents Canal on an original narrow boat. Passing through: Little Venice, London Zoo and Camden you’ll also get context about the canals and their routes.
After stepping off the narrow boat, why not take a stroll to one of the riverside cafes. From fresh seafood in The Summer House to Chinese cuisine at Pearl Liang.
Photo: The Summer House- http://www.breakfastlondon.co.uk
The Bridge house is your typical traditional British Pub right on the riverside, so you can indulge in the most traditional pub pint.
Ashes fanatic? Why not take a small walk to Lords, the home of cricket where you can tour and learn about the history of the grounds of British cricket. Events also take place, including Lords Afternoon Tea as well as the scheduled matches.
A perfect day out, what do you think?