Little Venice

Little Venice is a tiny area at the Southern end of Maida Vale, with the A40 cutting it off at the South and the Edgware Road to the East.

The area was given its name by the poet Robert Browning, who lived there in the late nineteenth century. It is a picturesque collection of streets around the junctions of two canals – Grand Union Canal and Regent’s Canal. There is a mixture of housing although most is of the grand variety and includes impressive Victorian mansion blocks. There are also a number of houseboats for those who are looking for something a bit different. The river location makes this area both desirable and prohibitively expensive for most people. It is well served by quality eateries and is popular for canal walks and boat trips.

The closest tube for Little Venice is Warwick Avenue, which is in zone 2 and on the Bakerloo Line. This traverses London from North to South.

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