The epic 37 mile walk that lets you see some of London’s greatest sites and attractions – My London



The epic 37 mile walk that lets you see some of London’s greatest sites and attractions

If you’re looking for a new challenge, why not attempt this epic 37 mile walk that lets you see  some of London’s greatest attractions.

The Jubilee Greenway was built to mark the 2012 Olympic Games and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. It is divided into 10 sections and features some of the most iconic sights in the city.

Starting at Buckingham Palace, the route first takes you through Green Park, Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens before arriving at Little Venice.

It then follows Regent’s Canal to Camden Town, before connecting to East London through Victoria Park to the River Thames.

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Having crossed the river through the Woolwich Foot Tunnel, you then arrive at Greenwich Pier. From there, the route takes you past Tower Bridge on its way to Westminster.

From Westminster Bridge, the Greenway then circles back to Buckingham Palace, before its final stretch from Victoria Park to Limehouse Basin.

Other notable sights on this route include: the Olympic Park, the Tower of London, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre and Regent’s Park.

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If you wanted to stop halfway for a bite to eat, The Cutty Sark restaurant in Greenwich has some great options. They offer a fantastic Sunday Roast which even includes a Vegan filo Welligton for any non meat-eaters in the group. Otherwise, there are plenty of opportunities on the walk to have a picnic and just enjoy the views of the city.

Overall, the Jubilee Greenway is a fantastic way of seeing all of London’s greatest sights mapped out in a single route. However, by dividing it into 10 sections, the route also allows to pick and choose your favourite places to visit. Whatever you choose, you will get to some of London’s most popular sites and attractions in a new and exciting way.