The greenest and most beautiful walk on the Thames; and possibly in the world
Having lived in over 30 houses in 7 nations and travelled over 70 countries in the world, I guess I feel safe to say that I am lucky to live in one of the most beautiful corners of the world.
It has inspired me to picture these picturesque places on the Thames and get them painted by a watercolour artist whose work I admire Marcus Müller, the result is a collection of images that take you through from Kew Gardens all the way to Hampton Court, with most of the images up to Teddington Lock.
The images were taken on both side of the Thames, so to be able to see all these sights you will need to break into pieces, the suggest route starts from Kew Bride and the distances are as follows:
From Kew Bridge to
view Syon Park 1.5 km
Richmond Brige 4.7 km
Ham House 6.5 km
Teddington Lock 9 km
Kinsgton Bridge 11 km
Enjoy this little piece of paradise! And if you want to have a bit of it at home order one of your prints. We used what3words to help you find the locations.
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