Regent's Canal

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Regent's Canal
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angelam602015
Greater London, UK7 bidrag
Spoilt by cyclists totally
nov. 2021 • Par
The scourge of the cyclist !! A fantastic walking path along the canal. No cycle Lane … just lots of cyclists ding a linging at speed to pass you on this narrow walkway .. spoiling a good walk . Not recommended sadly
Skrevet 17. november 2021
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Marianik l
Quimper, Frankrike5 805 bidrag
Une bouffée d’oxygène
nov. 2021 • Familie
Une bouffée d’oxygène le long des berges de ce canal. Il est agréable de s’y promener et de regarder les péniches près d’Angel.
Skrevet 14. november 2021
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leuveen
Storbritannia941 bidrag
I just love this place!
jul. 2021 • Alene
I have a soft spot for walks near the river so I love all canal paths by default, but this one is really attractive - with some cafes and restaurants, narrow boats, water birds and benches here and there it provides a great place for everyone to enjoy!
Skrevet 24. juli 2021
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ShaunH290
London, UK1 577 bidrag
So much to see!
mai 2021
At only 8.6 miles (13.8 km) long, Regent's Canal is not perhaps as famous as the Grand Union Canal, which it links to the River Thames at Limehouse Basin in east London. However, it has a character of its own. You could easily walk it in a day, but it is also nice to see where it pops up along the route. (Note: You cannot walk through the tunnels!) The Paddington Basin with its floating park and fan bridge. Skirting Regent's Park and the famous London Zoo. In Little Venice with its neighbourhood of boat dwellers. The London Canal Museum. Camden Lock (and Street Market). Primrose Hill (just north of Regent's Park). And that's without mentioning those amazing buildings on the edge of Regent's Park itself.

Completed in 1820, at one stage it only narrowly escaped being turned into a railway. We are so glad that it was not!

So much to see - you don't need to do it in one day!
Skrevet 19. juni 2021
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vadimk962
Moskva, Russland5 980 bidrag
Не многие туристы не знают о канале
aug. 2020
Просто классное место в английской столице. Канал Регента был построен ещё в 1812-1820 для облегчения перевозки товаров и грузов от Темзы к северным окраинам Лондона. Канал построен при участии известного градостроителя тех лет Джона Нэша. Тянется более чем 13 км, имеет 12 мостов и 12 шлюзов. Здесь живут в т.н. narrowboat - чисто английских лодках определенной формы и размера. В них же возят и туристов. Рядом Риджентс-парк. Очень красивое и очаровательное по своей ауре место в городе. Рекомендую прогуляться сюда: прокатиться на лодке, зайти в один из местных пабов.
Skrevet 31. januar 2021
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Gregory C (London)
London, UK29 bidrag
Walking Cycling and Boating constantly year round since 2010
des. 2020 • Venner
Narrowboat Life
I lived on the water, cycling and boating the length of the canal regularly and hosted friends, including John Sargent, whom I drove from Limehouse to King’s Cross. It was filmed for Episode 6 of ‘Barging Round Britain’
Skrevet 6. desember 2020
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Brian T
London, UK4 542 bidrag
Parts are pretty; parts are pretty ugly!
sep. 2020
This historic canal is around 200 years old now, and was built to connect the Grand Union Canal’s Paddington Arm at Paddington Basin to the River Thames at Limehouse. With the advent of the railways a couple of decades later the canal lost much of its financial viability, but it continued as a useful transport link from the Midlands via the Grand Union Canal, carrying huge quantities of timber, coal, building materials and foodstuffs into and out of London. With the onset of lorry transport in the 1960s the commercial traffic on the canal dwindled; the final nail in its coffin came in 1969 when the dock on the Thames was closed.

But there is much life on the canal these days. It’s full of house boats, quaint narrow boats and small pleasure craft; more significantly, its towpaths are a haven for walkers and cyclist traversing the 8.6 mile length of the canal. It will take you a couple of hours to walk the full length.

We walked from the lock at the Camden Market, through the newly fashionable Coal Drops Yard at Kings Cross St Pancras, by Regent’s Park and through to Little Venice and the Paddington Basin. We were recommended this particular section of the canal to walk by a number of different people who had walked the canal.

To be frank, parts of the canal were pretty, and parts of it were pretty ugly. Parts were filthy, with rubbish in the water and on the towpaths, graffiti everywhere, and some of the waterway choked with green algae. The best parts of the canal were the lively areas around Camden Lock (by Camden Market) and Coal Drops Yard, where you could sit and watch the activity on the canal. Parts of the towpath down towards Little Venice were firmly gated and closed to pedestrians, so you had to walk on roadway footpaths.

Beware of cyclists; they were there in vast numbers, owning the towpaths and showing no regard for pedestrians.

It was interesting to see some of the residential narrowboats which are moored along the canal, though some looked more like a rubbish tip than a pleasant and quirky living environment. It’s a pleasant walk as long as you are alert to cyclists, though I’d probably not suggest it’s one of those ‘must do’ things if you are visiting London.
Skrevet 16. november 2020
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PaoloRiccardoCarrara
Roma, Italia410 533 bidrag
A Londra non c'è solo il Tamigi...
des. 2019
Partendo dal London Canal Museum ho percorso solo una parte (a piedi) di questo importantissimo canale, arrivando fine alla fine del Regent's Park e passando per Camden. Forte il contrasto tra natura e attività produttiva. Avendo tempo a disposizione si può percorrere l'intero sentiero, che fiancheggiando il canale in quasi tredici chilometri porta da Paddington al Tamigi, a piedi o più semplicemente con la bici usando la ciclabile. Qualunque sia il percorso scelto il mio consiglio è quello di visitare prima il Canal Museum.
Skrevet 16. november 2020
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N9eav
Cornwall, UK661 bidrag
Interesting walk
okt. 2020
Enjoyable walk along the canal. We did Canary Wharf to Angel tunnel. Lots to see and a lot of graffiti too. Watch out for cycles and joggers. Interesting selection of narrow boats, buildings too. Worth spending some time.
Skrevet 30. oktober 2020
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Sebastian Forbes
Limassol City, Kypros714 bidrag
Great for a walk on a hot day...
jun. 2020 • Par
Very relaxing if you're not disturbed by the crazy bicycles - when will they learn to take pedestrians into consideration.
Skrevet 20. august 2020
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