It is very hard not to love Greenwich.
First, you have the stunning Naval College architecture and grounds. The beautiful Greenwich Park is up next with the amazing views across Canary Wharf.
And that doesn't even touch on the actual place. It is a cool place. The Greenwich Market is thriving and the food stalls there at a weekend are excellent.
If you don't travel to and from Greenwich into central London by the riverboat you should be shot.
Enjoy the Tramble. We know you will.
1 | Greenwich Park
2 | The Gipsy Moth
3 | The Royal Observatory
4 | Greenwich Market
5 | The Cutty Sark
Easter has crept up on us again and the cherry blossom will be adorning Instagram screens very, very soon.
Now the temperatures are creeping into a constant above 10 degrees it is time to try out one of our favourite Easter Walks.
Unless you live out in the South East of London, it is unlikely that you will get out to visit the Thames Barrier. It is a shame because, apart from being an architectural marvel, the walk back to Greenwich sees the industrial history of the area compete with modern communities. we have a Tramble from the barrier to Greenwich, but it would be equally good on bikes stopping at the riverside pubs on the way.