London’s Finest Walking Routes

Whether you’re looking to complete a full day’s hike, or just looking for somewhere to spend an afternoon’s stroll during your short stay in Mayfair, London is just filled with exciting walkways that you may never have even known existed.

The best part about these paths is you can join them and leave them at whatever point you like – meaning you can have as much or as little a walk as your schedule will allow. Here are just a few of the great paths that London has to offer.

Regent’s Canal Walkway

The Regent’s Canal path is so named, as you may have guessed, because it follows the route of the Regent’s Canal up through Central London and into Camden. This gorgeous canal will show you some of the finest views that London has to offer. So if you’re heading out to experience Camden’s fantastic art and culture scene during your short stay in Mayfair – why not do it by foot instead?

Jubilee Path

The Jubilee Path is a circular walking route around Central London with the Thames’ Southbank as the southern side of the loop, and travelling up around some of London’s best-known tourist attractions: Buckingham Palace, The British Library and the Barbican.

If you want a convenient way to experience all the tourist potential that the city as to offer during your short stay in Mayfair, then this walking route will certainly be for you.

Thames Path

The Thames Path is one of London’s best known national trails, and also one of the easiest to follow. The route is simple – find the Thames and follow it as far as the desire takes you. If the desire so took you, you could start right at the Mouth of the Thames in Gloucester and walk all the way via Oxford, Berkshire and Central London to the Thames Barrier in Greenwich.

Alternatively, you could take a quick walk down the river through Central London – a perfect afternoon’s stroll from your Central London serviced apartments.

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