Montcalm guide for ramblers in London


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Ramblers, let’s get rambling! London is full of amazing scenic walkways that will take you on a journey through urban paradises and rural wonderlands. From stretching glass skyscrapers and ancient brick buildings to quaint greenery and idyllic gardens, London is full of beautiful sights waiting to be discovered.

Begin your journey at one of our City Hotels London and set out on an adventure you’ll never forget as you make your way through all kinds of terrain and soak up some of the most stunning scenery in the world. There are plenty of routes to take, depending on how far you want to walk and the type of things you want to see. If you’re a first timer in London check out this helpful guide and pick the perfect path for you.

Jubilee Greenway

Little Venice to Camden

If you’re searching for something short and sweet this is the route for you. The gorgeous scenery around the quaint area of Little Venice is perfect for couples or a solo walk. It’s rare that you find somewhere so peaceful in London but if you’re looking to escape the hectic hustle of the busy streets, this is the place to do it.

Just a short walk away from The Montcalm London Marble Arch, Little Venice is an area which is often overlooked by tourists but it has a lot to offer. Set off on your walk and make your way along the quiet canal as you stroll through gorgeous greenery before arriving at the vibrant Camden Town.

south bank

South Bank

The famous Thames River is one of the largest waterways in the country and runs alongside some of the world’s most iconic landmarks. If you want to see as much of the beautiful city as you can, a stroll along the South Bank will soon fill your photo album. From the famous Big Ben Tower to the underground skate park under the South Bank Centre, this pathway has something for everyone. What’s great is that this route is close to a number of our City Hotels London.

Hampstead Heath

For those looking to venture off the beaten path (which, believe it or not, is still possible to do in London), Hampstead Heath is the perfect place. This rural route will transport you away from the busy retail districts and into a wild world of natural beauty. With over 30 ponds, hundreds of ancient trees and all kinds of wild life, Hampstead Heath is worlds away from the prim and proper gardens found around the inner city. Grab your camera and take a trip across the rugged park for some of the best views of London you’ll ever see.


If you’re travelling to London to experience the city life and explore the historic streets that make up this urban wonderland, there’s no better place to do it than Shoreditch. Take a stroll through one of the most culturally vibrant areas of London and discover why thousands of people venture there every day. Shoreditch is home to all kinds of unique and alternative shops, eateries and venues. Discover the amazing underground art scene as you hunt down the graffiti masterpieces that can be found around the area.