The New River Walk is a walkway that runs alongside the New River, a manmade waterway built in 1613. It was built to bring ... More
New River Walk
The New River Walk is a walkway that runs alongside the New River, a manmade waterway built in 1613. It was built to bring fresh water from the River Lee into London. Its 20-mile length runs between Ware and Hertford in Hertfordshire down to Stoke Newington. The construction was first started by Edmund Colthurst who received a charter from King James I, but after running out of funds after the first two miles of construction, the work was completed by Sir Hugh Myddleton and officially opened on September 29th 1613. The New River Walk is the ideal opportunity to experience a little bit of country in a big city. -Caroline Collard
From the Thames Flood Barrier and Greenwich to Kew Gardens , the Thames snakes through the heart of the capital.
What better way to witness its many curves than by boat? For visitors with limited schedules, or who want ...
The Market View is a fully refurbished Victorian red brick building dating back to 1907 and retains many of the
external period features. It is located in the heart of the city of London and features interior designed apartments ...
Streatham Common is a treat in the summertime, and a great place for a walk throughout the year. London is
famous for its commons and Streatham offers some beautiful formal gardens, a play area for children and fairground rides ...
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