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City Walks Adventures On Foot

Updated on September 30, 2014
City Walk, London - 50 Walks Card Series
City Walk, London - 50 Walks Card Series | Source

City Walks London

As one of the more popular cities for tourists, London, England offers no shortage of your options. The truly adventurous understand that to really get the most from a destination, travel by foot often will be the best choice. Considering that Greater London covers an area of some 659 square miles, knowldege of where tio begin the journey may be the most difficult decision.

City Walks directs urban explorers into Central London to begin the trek. As an area well accessible by the public transit system, The Underground, visitors need not worry about keeping up with the pack, of a arranged tour, nor need they worry about traffic and parking in an unknown city.

Whether you are a resident of the city or planning an itinerary for an upcoming visit you will be sure to experience the London that suits your interests best! City Walks London presents a unique opportunity to discover London on their own terms.

City Walks: London, Revised Edition: 50 Adventures on Foot
City Walks: London, Revised Edition: 50 Adventures on Foot

Get ready to explore London England with these easy-to-follow city walks.

 

City Walks London

50 individual walks are presented in this travel-friendly cards. Starting at Picadilly the walks spiral out along the north to the Thames River from west to east, then head back along the river's south bank into London's south-west. From here we travel to Notting Hill and North to East London.

Be it art, history, shopping, architecture, parks or natural spaces the walks are arranged to offer a bit of something for many specific interests, needs, and abilities. Each walk will take the average of an hour or two, they can be combined, sliced, diced, and conveniently most begin and end at The Underground.

Each card is numbered 1-50, by walk. While one side presents background information about the area with key stops of interests in bold, the opposite side of the cards offer an easy to decipher map of the area with the route in red bold.

The compact size of the boxed set of cards fits easily into a purse, back pack, or travel bag so that the visitor will always be ready for adventure.

50 City Walks - London

Discover these adventures on foot. If you really want to experience the very best that the city of London offers it is best to park the car and abandon public transit and explore London's gems on foot!

Your Guide To 50 Terrific London Adventures

  1. St. James
  2. Green Park & St. James Park
  3. Mayfair Deluxe Shopping
  4. Mayfair Historic Highlights
  5. Soho Chinatown and Old Compton
  6. Soho Berwick Market to Carnaby Street
  7. Covent Gardens In & Around the Market
  8. Covent Garden Seven Dials & Beyond
  9. Holborn
  10. Somerset House
  11. Temple
  12. St. Paul's
  13. The City
  14. Barbican
  15. Tower Bridge & the South Bank
  16. Borough Market & Beyond
  17. South Bank
  18. Lambeth
  19. Waterloo to Whitehall
  20. Embankment to Trafalger Square
  21. Knightsbridge/Belgravia
  22. Chelsea King's Road
  23. Chelsea Neighbourhood Highlights
  24. Battersea Park
  25. South Kensington
  26. Holland Park
  27. Notting Hill Portobello Market
  28. Notting Hill Westbourne & Beyond
  29. Kensington Gardens
  30. Hyde Park & Kensington Gardens
  31. Edgware Road
  32. Marylebone
  33. Regent's Park
  34. Camden
  35. Primrose Hill & St. John's Wood
  36. Bloomsbury A Library Stroll
  37. Bloomsbury The British Museum & Beyond
  38. Clerkenwell
  39. Islington
  40. Spitalfields Fashion & Banglaland
  41. Spitalfields A Tour of the Hipster Markets
  42. Hoxton
  43. Docklands & Canary Wharf
  44. Greenwich - In & Around the University of Greenwich
  45. Greenwich Park
  46. Hammersmith & Chiswick
  47. Richmond
  48. Kew Gardens
  49. Hapstead
  50. Hampstead Heath

My Google Maps - London England

Take a trial walk! Google Street View is a fun opportunity for planning your walking adventure in London!


Google Maps provides maps that will help you do plan your 50 London Walks. The 50 Walks cards provide a map of each walk, used in conjunction with Google Maps you can observe the route by terrain, or take a closer look with Street view.

A marker -
Charing Cross, London, England
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More City Walks

Get ready to explore additional cities with these additional City Walks Card Decks from Chronicle Books!

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