Little Venice is one of London’s picturesque and serene places far far away from the touristy and crowded attractions. One look at the place will make you forget that you are in a huge international city.
Little Venice is the junction where Regent’s canal and Grand Union Canal meets. The area is becoming increasingly popular among travellers who are seeking an alternate experience in London.
Mostly a vibrant residential area, a walk along the canal will let you explore the finest victorian domestic architecture. There are a couple of developments around the canal with restaurants and theatre, but most of them have been untouched and stays pristine as they were many years ago.
Some of the other areas surrounding this are Warwick Avenue, Royal Oaks, St.John’s Wood. Both Warwick Avenue and Paddington are the most nearest and accessible tube stations.
There are a few boat companies that operate in the canal, and runs between Regents Canal and Camden. But our ultimate suggestion would be to walk. There’s nothing as relaxing as walking along the quiet canal and soak in the nature.
Have you been to Little Venice in London?