Top 5 Things to Do in Little Venice, London

Top 5 Things to Do in Little Venice, London, London, England (B)

London is too crowded with tourists! Is there a place I can escape to, that’s less crowded, serene and close to nature – all at once? If this is you, then I want to share some outright truth to you. London is for everyone. And there’s always something exciting happening here. So the crowd is inevitable – whatever may the season be. Having said that, I also want to reassure you that there are places that match your expectations. One such charming corner is Little Venice. 

Little Venice is one of London’s picturesque and serene places located near the popular Paddington. But what it offers is a quiet walk closer to nature far far away from the touristy and crowded attractions. One look at the place and you will forget that you are in an international city. It comes as no surprise that the area is becoming increasingly popular among travellers who are seeking an alternate experience in London.

Located only a stone’s throw away from Paddington Central, you walk towards the tranquil Maida Vale to reach Little Venice. Little Venice is in the junction where Regent’s canal and Grand Union Canal meets. And it is easily accessible from the tube stations – Warwick Avenue (walking distance wise – this is the closest tube station), Paddington or Edgeware Road. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Top 5 Things to Do in Little Venice, London
Guide Location: England » London
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Anuradha Srinath
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Canal Cafe Theatre
  • Zizzi
  • Bananatree
  • Darcie & May Green
  • Lord’s Cricket Stadium
  • Rembrant Gardens

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