TOURIST TRAILS from LONDON TUBE RAMBLES
For visitors to London who would like to do some exploring away from the centre.
Greenwich: Cutty Sark , Old Royal Naval College, Royal Observatory. Very special.
Richmond: A whole day out away from London. Richmond is a lovely old town, full of Georgian architecture.
Delightful river walks.
Camden: Markets galore and a canal walk
Canary Wharf: The old Docks transformed
Hampstead:Fascinating ramble round one of the 'villages' of London
Putney Bridge: Fulham Palace, historic home of the Bishops of London until 1975. Now, together with its quirky gardens, it is open to the public. There are several unusual things to discover in the area which, as can be seen from the photo above, is on a lovely stretch of the River Thames.
Abbey Road DLR
Please note, that the DLR station called Abbey Road is NOT the one you want if you are Beatle hunting. It was opened in 2012 and is causing much confusion. St. Johns Wood is the Jubilee Line station you should go to.
These are just a few suggestions from the many walks to be found at London Tube Rambles. There are architectural gems, beautiful country views, historic places and quirky buildings to be found, in the area covered by the outer London Underground stations. Usually the discoveries are within a mile of the Tube - often only five minutes walk away. If you reached this as an individual page via a search engine, you might like to click on the link above and see the other destinations explored. You'll be amazed at what's out there!