Tucked away behind Salamanca Place, Battery Point Village has something for everyone. Although to explore it all you need to be prepared to walk up and down some very steep hills, the village is well worth spending a day exploring. There are numerous cafes and restaurants in which to enjoy breakfast, brunch, coffee and cakes, lunch or an evening meal. The buildings vary from magestic hisoric homes to quaint little cottages tucked away in unexpected corners. Walking from Salamanca up Kelly's Steps leads to the picturesque Arthur Circus, a circle of cottages surrounding a small village green. From there it is only a short stroll to Hampton Rd which is the home to many little shops containing treasures from bygone ages, unusual gifts and souveniers. A must see is Naryina Museum, a walk back in time. Maybe a picnic is more you thing, sitting under shady trees on the lawns of Battery Park taking in views of the Derwent and watching the parade of passing watercraft is a great way to relax. There is ample space for children to romp and play in the park.
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