This year I challenged myself to do 33 Walks in London. This challenge was mostly inspired by a walk I did through Hampstead Village early this year, which brought me to a Waterstones Bookstore on Hampstead High Street. It was there that I came across a book titled “33 Walks in London That You Shouldn’t Miss”. I immediately had to purchase it and begin venturing all over London.
Related: My 33 Walks Challenge
This challenge has taken me all around London from South London to Barnes and Dulwich, Northeast London to Stoke Newington and Southeast London to Canary Wharf. Hampstead village is one of my top favourite places in London and also conveniently the home of the Flynnies favourite gelato shoppe.
This post was inspired by Nicola Perry’s book 33 Walks in London but also includes some of my of go–to fav’s published in a previous blog post.
This may be an appropriate place to get inspired for your next adventure as Daunt books are famously known for their travel books.
is a hidden London gem, once the home of poet John Keats from 1818-1820.
Restaurant with a courtyard and garden that welcomes dogs.
Another famous London bookstore that I could spend hours in.
You may recognize this house as it was the inspiration for the Admiral’s House in Disney’s Mary Poppins.
A local Hampstead favourite
This is an alleyway off Hampstead High Street filled with the quirkiest cutest shops.
My favourite gelato place in London. Please try the pistachio and cookies and cream.
aka Hampstead Museum. London is filled with historic houses that are open to the public. This one happens to have been built in 1704 and used to be a Spa.
is a viewpoint and gateway to Hampstead Heath that allows you to view all of London.
Make sure to bring ice cream 🙂