London area of Little Venice guide
What to do and where to stay in London's Little Venice neighbourhood
As the name suggests, Little Venice is interspersed with waterways. While you'll never mistake it for the Italian city, it does have some superb restaurants, bars and cafes lending the whole area a cosmopolitan, laid back vibe. When Robert Browning coined the term Little Venice he was describing the point where the Paddington arm of the Grand Union Canal meets the Regent's Canal; however it now encompasses the whole area to the south of Maida Vale. Paddington Basin, with its cluster of hotels and a short walk from Little Venice, is currently being redeveloped on a scale to rival London's Docklands. Watch this space. For a scenic water-side walk, follow the canal route north-east for 2.5 miles and you'll end up in Camden where you can see the Lock and the markets, or stroll across to Regents Park and London Zoo.
Little Venice Hotels
Little Venice Entertainment
London > Entertainment > Comedy Clubs
Canal Cafe Theatre, The Bridge House Pub, Delamere Terrace, Little Venice, Little Venice, London W2
The Canal Café Theatre has a reputation for putting on great comedy and is home to NewsRevue four nights a week. Huddled around candle-lit tables, drinks ... More
London > Restaurants > Scandinavian restaurants
54 - 56 Formosa Street, Little Venice, , Little Venice, London W9
Scandinavian-inspired gastropub on the bank of a beautiful canal in Maida Vale, very popular with locals for drinks but also serving excellent food. The Scandy style ... More
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