Splashing and Paddling the London Way

Whenever you go to a place like London, which is so happening and dynamic, you should make a list of things that you must do. Because there are so many activities taking place there at all times and in all seasons which you won’t want to miss as they all are amazing. There are a few things that are considered to be a ‘requisite’ when it comes to spending time in London like shopping at the fashion streets, visiting the most amazing architectural structures of the city like London Bridge, London Eye, the Buckingham palace and the beautiful gardens. While these places are on top of the list of every visitor, there are a few other things that can make your trip truly memorable.

Like there are a few lakes in London where you can have a fun filled day while doing boating with your family. The Regent Park has a lake where you can spot a number of species of birds, which is always very exciting for children. The all famous Hyde Park houses the Serpentine Lake, which is always filled with enthusiastic tourists rowing and pedalling their way to fun. Then there is Battersea Park which is ideal for boating in the months of July to August when the weather is at its beautiful best.

For those who like doing activities inside the water more than on its surface, will love the lidos and swimming pools of London. Take a refreshing dive in freshwater pools at Hampstead Heath that are popular amongst swimmers of all ages. The pools are divided into separate categories, like for men, women and mixed bathing pools. Who doesn’t know about the Tooting Bec Lido, the best open-air pool of London. It is literally the star amongst all the lidos, being one of the biggest lidos in Europe. If you happen to be in London between the months of May and August, you ought to visit Tooting Bec Lido. Those who don’t think they are ready for swimming in these large pools, they can go to Parliament Hill Fields where they’ll find a lido and paddling pool suitable for them.


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