Dating sites in the thames valley
There is some more "inland" walking round Wandsworth, then into Wandsworth park and into Putney, the end of the walk.This walk follows the Thames west from Barnes bridge, keeping to the north bank of the Thames.Beyond Maidenhead, cliffs line the North Bank of the river as the Thames Path heads briefly away from the river into the attractive village of Cookham, then continues through meadows into Bourne End.This part of the Thames path heads through open fields from Bourne End to the beautiful town of Marlow.From Richmond you pass through Petersham Meadow, past Marble Hill House and Ham House, through quite rural settings to Teddington Lock, which is the point at which the Thames is no longer tidal.From Tedd ington you continue into the town of Kingston-upon-Thames then on along the edge of Hampton Court Park to the historic Hampton Court Palace.This walk begins from the Cutty Sark in Greenwich and heads through Deptford, Rotherhithe and Bermondsey, overshadowed by the massive towers at Canary Wharf across the river.Much of the area was formerly industrial buildings which have now been converted into flats.
The meadows give way to the residential properties lining the Thames at Wraysbury before heading along the edge of Windsor Great Park through the attractive village of Datchet and finally Windsor, with it's magnificent castle.
This walk follows the Thames east from Barnes Brige in Chiswick passing through Chiswick, Hammersmith, Fulham and Chelsea.
Continuing east from Chelsea the walk takes in the sights of central London including the Tate, Houses of Parliament and London Eye, finishing at Embankment.
This walk from one of London's newest and most famous landmarks, the London Eye.
The path continues past County Hall, past modern offices to Vauxhall.