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Visites touristiques et monuments à Grand Londres

Points de vue pittoresques

“WALK ALONG THE CHELSEA EMBANKMENT On the other side of Albert Bridge, you'll find the Chelsea Embankment, one of the more beautiful roads in the city. Rainy or sunny, it is one of the most enjoyable walks along the River Thames.”
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Monuments/Sites célèbres
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Sites historiques


“Battersea is a really exciting neighbourhood with new things popping up all over the place. Our particular favourites are long wintry walks through Battersea park, picking up a coffee in the Pear Tree Cafe, or wondering into Chelsea over the beautifully lit up bridge for a look around the shops, or having brunch, dinner and drinks at one of the many excellent restaurants/bars at the Power Station. The Power Station also has a boutique cinema, a mini golf, a Spin studio, a Weekend market with food and crafts, and access to River Buses that will take you along the river into the City!”
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“Great for family fun or just walk along the river. Grab lunch or brunch at The Peartree Cafe”
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“This is a brilliant gym with a 25-metre pool. You can access it if you dowload the app PayAsYouGym, no need to subscribe. ”
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“Should you have a little ones to walk, canine or other, Battersea Park is a lovely regular wholesome good English Park, there are smaller parks in the immediate vicinity but it is worth the stroll here, ice-cream vans in the summer, cafe's in the winter, a walk along the river wrapped up on a brisk winters day or a run though the park in summer!!”
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“Well worth a visit and you can walk comfortably in 20 mins, bring a picnic if its a nice summers day. There are loads of great restaurants and bars around there.”
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