Guide to Little Venice
With its tree-lined streets and Regency-period housing, the canalside district of Little Venice is famed for being one of the most attractive neighbourhoods in London.
Little Venice is centred around a three-way canal junction that forms a body of water known as Browning’s Pool or Little Venice Lagoon. Numerous picturesque pubs and upscale restaurants back onto the canal, making the area a popular summer haunt for residents across the capital.
Despite its leafy appearance and relaxed feel, Little Venice is just a short distance from many of the busiest parts of London. Paddington station can be reached in just 10 minutes on foot, while Piccadilly Circus is only 20 minutes away via the Bakerloo line.
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Further from the canal, where Little Venice blends into neighbouring Maida Vale, are three historic pubs – the Warwick Castle, the Warrington and The Prince Alfred. All of these iconic establishments have been Grade II-listed thanks to their impressive interiors and facades.
The vibrant district plays host to numerous cultural events, the biggest of which is arguably the Inland Waterways Association’s annual Canalway Cavalcade. Taking place over the May Bank Holiday weekend, it combines a boat pageant, live music, a real ale bar and more.
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