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Picturesque London neighborhood marked by its canal waterway and broad tree-lined streets, Little Venice was built between 1810 and 1870 and was the popular haunt of many artists, writers and scientists.
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Quaint little, peaceful area to sit, watch the water and daydream. It was Sunday evening, so nothing was open. Most people were either strolling along the banks or sitting on benches looking out on the water.
Little Venice is an area just north of Paddington Station that still retains the canals back in the days when London still had a fully functioning network of canals to transport goods throughout the country. Nowadays, it's a tranquil canal area home to house boats,...More
Trendy but less authentic than the Avon Canal in Bath. Neat little spot. Few buses lines or tubes stations get there unless you walk or taxi. Locals are making sure that this area doesn’t get too crowded. Good for them !
Little Venice is well worth a visit if you are in the Paddington area of London. As the name suggests it is an area of waterways. You can access the walkway along the main canal from Paddington Rail Station. The best point of entry is...More
We visited on a Sunday in April. We walked up from Paddington station. We accidentally headed away from Regents park and Camden lock but it was still a very pleasant stroll. We passed several cafes on the other side of the canal, unfortunately we couldn't...More
Having recently been caught up with hundreds of passengers arriving at Paddington Station...heading to demonstrate in London.....
I decided to walk to Little Venice to escape the mayhem.
It's so near to Paddington station.
There are cafes, restaurants and a tow path by the canal...More
If you are standing in or near Paddington, do yourself a favor and walk through Paddington Station and enter a world that's more like Belgium or Amsterdam than it is Venice, frankly, but it is lovely and unexpected. There are houseboats moored along the canals...More
A surprise to find such a lovely place in the middle of London. We had a lovely afternoon stroll walking up and down the canals. We stopped for coffee as well. We spentba coupoe of hours here. Worth a look around if you are in...More
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Yes, absolutely. Some parts along the canals are restricted with gate access for residents only. It is home to waterside cafes and pubs and the streets in the area are lovely to walk around. You can take a boat trip along... More
Yes, absolutely. Some parts along the canals are restricted with gate access for residents only. It is home to waterside cafes and pubs and the streets in the area are lovely to walk around. You can take a boat trip along the canals, but this you will obviously have to pay for. Little Venice is much like your canal areas in Rotterdam and Amsterdam.......perhaps not nearly as pretty and charming, but definitely worth a visit.