Explore the Unexplored London

London Old City Tour

Tour The Unexplored London

London is a beautiful city that attracts many tourists. There are many popular tourists attraction like the British museum, Madame Tussauds wax museum, St. Paul’s cathedral, Big Ben, and many more in London, but here we are sharing the list of some of the hidden and unexplored attractions in the city.

Little Venice

Little Venice is the answer of London city to the Italian city of Venice. With so many waterside cafes, restaurants, and pubs, Little Venice of London is place worth exploring. Little Venice will be much crowded in the summer months as the locals walk along the sides near the Regent or Camden Park. You will also be able to spot many canal boats in Little Venice.

The Thames Path

The famous Thames River is home to many of the treasures of the city and many of them are not hidden. However, the forty miles stretch of the Thames Path will offer you many quite and beautiful spots to enjoy. London Old City tour experts say that the best way to explore the place is to cycle the length of the path. You can easily hire a bike to explore the public beaches and the pubs in the city.

Wilton’s Music Hall

Wilton’s Music Hall is a traditional Victorian-style music hall that has been recently restored to its full glory. Variety of performances takes place inside the hall. You may book tickets to these performances or enjoy a drink in the Mahogany bar. You will also see many tourists simply taking a tour of the historic and wonderful place. So do not forget to include this place in your London walking tours itinerary.

Camden Passage

Camden Passage is located behind Upper Street in Islington and a real beautiful place to explore. The passage is a real treasure trove with many independent boutiques, cute cafes, vintage and antique shops, and many more. You can find anything from exquisite one-offs to party wears. You can also see antique shops and markets that are filled with curios, furniture, war memorabilia, and many more.

Holland Park

Holland Park is located in the affluent district of Kensington. The park is very beautiful and attractive with many statues, winding paths, peacocks, an orangery, an opera house. The best attraction here is the Kyoto Gardens, which is a Japanese style garden. The park is worth visiting for the garden itself.