All roads lead to a pub

Why not to walk around autumn London, so that your cheeks turn pink and your mood gets better? We love walks, especially if a cup of foaming ale is waiting for us at the end. Therefore, we prepared three scenic routes for you, which will eventually lead you to a cozy pub.

Walk to Hampstead Heath. Here, in the village of Hampstead, Emma Thompson lived. And in the forest-park zone there are 180 species of birds. In addition, it offers a wonderful view of London. Hampstead Heath is a good choice for a Sunday walk. The route begins and ends at Parliament Hill and it is a little over 9 kilometers - the ideal distance: not too short, and not too long. And then take a look at the Spaniards Inn. This local attraction has existed since 1585. The Spaniards Inn was visited by the poet John Kitts and writer Charles Dickens. The interior of the establishment with dark panels retained the charm of the XVI century (thought prices have suffered from inflation since then). Nobody knows if the current food looks like the type that geniuses enjoyed many years ago, but one thing is obvious: they prepare great Scotch eggs.

Spaniards Road, Nw3 7JJ

Take a walk in Richmond Park. This is a great place where you can take a photo with Bambi and his relatives. And in Richmond Park one of the oldest trees in Britain grows. Here you can find 250 species of mushrooms. The route along the perimeter of the park is 6.73 kilometers. To admire the stunning views, take a look at the Isabella Plantation - it's very beautiful here. And then go to Roebuck. This place is located at Richmond Hill. This pub shows a beautiful panorama of London. And although the road is exhausting, the sight is worth of it. After a long walk in the park a sip of beer is exactly what you need. Roebuck was visited by Pete Townsend, Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall.

130 Richmond Hill, TW10 6RN

Wander around Victoria Park. It is the oldest of specially constructed city parks. Victoria Park is a great place to be alone and watch the seasons change. It will be comfortable for children: they will enjoy the playgrounds and many representatives of wildlife. And then visit People's Park Tavern. According to some information, this is one of the best pubs in the city. People's Park Tavern - a greened platform for hipster hangouts - is located just behind Victoria Park. Owners have their own mini-brewery, and here they serve food in the best traditions of such establishments. It is especially good to eat here on weekends. Why to stay at home?

360 Victoria Park Road, E9 7BT

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