Ask most people what they know about Paddington and the answer will probably revolve around one of two things – a major railway station and a bear from Peru. Whilst the presence of Paddington Station, a major transport hub with links to the south west of the UK and Heathrow Airport, means that Paddington is one of the first places which many visitors to London come across, it does have much to offer in its’ own right, rather than simply as somewhere to pass through.
To deal with its status as a transport hub first, though, Paddington is home to a number of Tube stations, including Paddington itself, as well as Bayswater and Royal Oak. Using these stations it is possible to travel on the Bakerloo, Circle, District and Hammersmith and City Lines, bringing the rest of central London within quick and easy reach.
Although dominated by the train station, the area around Paddington is packed with things to see and do. Immediately next to the station, for example, you’ll find Paddington basin, a recently renovated waterfront district which is home to many of the areas most chic and stylish bars and cafes. In the summer you can dine al fresco whilst enjoying the views out over the canal, and the tow path leads to Sheldon Square.
Sheldon Square is a large grass amphitheatre which offers the chance to sit down and relax, enjoy a game of table tennis and, during the summer, watch a free cinema screening. Head a little further along the tow path and you’ll find Little Venice, an area in which the canal widens to a larger body of water and you can choose between passing the time enjoying a picnic on the grassy shore or being brave enough to hire a paddle board and take to the waters yourself.
If you’re not feeling quite so energetic you can catch a canal boat at Little Venice and sail north to London Zoo in Regents Park or beyond to the alternative shopping mecca of Camden. Heading south from Paddington, on the other hand, will bring you quite quickly to the 350 acres of Hyde Park, the largest royal park in London. Hyde Park offers virtually everything you’d expect from a public space in a big city, from fresh air and greenery to sporting facilities, a boating lake and lido and, at various points in the year, events such as the Winter Wonderland festival and the Proms in the Park classical music concerts.
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