Regents Canal, London
Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
Built in 1801, Regents Canal links the Paddington Arm of the Grand Junction Canal with the River Thames in East London. Take a boat trip and travel leisurely from Little Venice to Camden Market (or vice versa), with stops in Regent's Park and the London Zoo, or walk the paths lining the picturesque canals by foot. Notice three historical canal tunnels that you pass through on your way. Boats leave regularly and are provided by several different companies. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Regents Canal by using our London vacation trip planner.
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London has canals, just like Amsterdam, but not as many. We visited the Regents Canal when we visited the Broadway Market. On the canal bank, people cycle, walk and run. If you want to escape the stre... read more »
We joined the canal at Camden glad to escape from the market and were quickly transported to another world, a world that is a mellow, gentle place. We found the canal lovely with all the autumnal tree... read more »
Идете вдоль канала мимо стоящих на швартовых судов вдоль и чувствуете себя моряком, глядя на воду и плотные перпендикулярные ряды разноцветных суденышек. Когда же оборачиваетесь на берег, а у каждого ... read more »Go along the Canal by standing on the mooring of vessels along and feel a sailor, looking at water and dense perpendicular rows of colorful little. When the turn around on shore, and each location its 10 square metres of water to the vertical wall of the channel, will be among the Palm trees, tropical countries, then right on Russian dacha plot with prohudivšimisâ chairs and rubbish in the corner. The word-the-world trip.show original
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