Conker London: Primrose Hill to Liberty of London Walk

CONKER LONDON: JULY


Conker London is a series of 12 free London walks, one for each month of the year. These seasonal walks are designed to help you get to know your city a little better. The walks weave through the prettier, quieter and more interesting streets, far away from the busy main thoroughfares. The walks are hand drawn and come with full instructions.


JULY: PRIMROSE HILL TO LIBERTY

July's walk is a stroll from Primrose Hill to Liberty of London. The walk starts at Chalk Farm tube station and finishes at the top end of Soho. This walk is great for a Sunday morning where you can begin with pancakes at Greenberry Cafe and end with a tea and cake in the Liberty cafe (both dog-friendly).

This walk is a great way to see London at its summery best. Roses, crickets games and fat, green trees abound and you will see giraffes, camels and even perhaps a tiger or two along the way.

The walk takes in some of Nash’s and Adam’s masterpieces as well as some of England’s greatest 20th century buildings, all set along one of London’s widest, but quietest roads. 

DETOUR: When you leave Greenberry Cafe, cross the road to walk down Berkley Street and walk down to see Chalcot Square with its pretty pastel houses. Rejoin Regents Park Road via Chalcot Crescent where Paddington Bear's house is located in the wonderful Richard Curtis films.

A summery walk from Primrose Hill to Liberty of London
A summery walk from Primrose Hill to Liberty of London
A summery walk from Primrose Hill to Liberty of London
A summery walk from Primrose Hill to Liberty of London
A summery walk from Primrose Hill to Liberty of London
A summery walk from Primrose Hill to Liberty of London

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