Amazing Places to Visit in Paddington

Paddington in London is famous for several interesting places to visit. The Paddington railway station is an important transit point for travelers’. It connects London to South Wales and South West England. Paddington Railway station is the place where Heathrow Express arrives. It is a vortex point for Heathrow Airport. Heathrow Express is one of the most successful and used high-speed air-rail links in the world. The service carries more than 16,000 passengers a day on the 15 minute journey between Heathrow Airport and central London’s Paddington station.

Opened in 1854, Padddinton Station has been redesigned recently and has all modern amenities like – Restaurants, shopping zones and even a Champagene Bar. The station is also immortalized by the famous children’s fictional character called Paddington Bear.
Paddington also has a underground tube station. So any traveler can switch from their train and on to the tube. From Paddington nearby places of interest will be Hyde Park which is just a 10 minute walk away.

Another walking distance attraction point from Paddington station is   Regent’s Canal and the picturesque serene area of Little Venice.  A detailed walk along the canal and visitors can enjoy the waterside restaurants and lots of colorful canal boats.

Something which is a again a visitor delight is the Paddington Basin. Paddington Basin is an area of Paddington, London named after the nearby canal basin. The place offers several trendy venues in which one can enjoy the view and have a good drink and dine by the tranquil water. The attraction point is r the rolling bridge, which curls up like a caterpillar in order to let boats through.

The Regent’s Canal consists of the amazing view of Little Venice. It is best to take a walk along the canal and   go to one of waterside restaurants and the colourful canal boats. For Lebanese food lovers stop off at one of Edgware Road’s many en route to London’s West End.

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