Admire architecture, gardens, punks, views, big trees, ducks, & history on this low-key walking tour primarily along scenic Regents Canal. We'll see Kings Cross, Camden, Regents Park, & Primrose Hill. Get a taste on instagram: @walking.gal_london We begin at Kings Cross, where you'll listen to me go on about the industrial and transport history of the area, as well as its new development. From there, we stroll north along Regent's Canal towards Camden Town, crossing the lock still in use today as we walk through Camden Market. We continue along the canal until we summit Primrose Hill, one of the best views of London. I will point out buildings of interest for you to say "hm!" at, & snap a commemorative picture of you. This tour is rather political and talks about planning, development, homelessness, and housing in London, so you'll have a deeper understanding of all the cranes in the sky you'll see from here. Afterwards, I take you to Regent's Park. If we're lucky, we'll catch complimentary glimpses of animals in the London Zoo. Regent's Park is home to gardens, sculpture, and a long tree-lined Broad Walk. The Park is surrounded by plenty of transport connections to easily take you on your next adventure once we part ways. Kids welcome. It'll take about 3 hours over 4-5 miles with plenty of benches, snack places, and toilets. Kids & explorers of all abilities welcome
My first week in this city, I was told anybody can become a Londoner. I love making people feel welcome, regardless if they're just here on holiday or a recent arrival for a more permanent move. I'd like to think I'm a bit of Londoner now, & it'd be my pleasure to show you a little slice of my city. Kids & explorers of all abilities welcome.
1. Kings Cross: historic transport hub undergoing regeneration 2. Regents Canal: a meandering, peaceful slice of nature in central London 3. Camden Market: a bustling centre of coolness and alternative culture 4. Regents Park: expansive, verdant gardens with large trees
年齢制限なく6名まで参加できます。 Guests should be comfortable walking several miles. The length of the tour can be modified and is mostly over flat ground (except for Primrose Hill).