Most people who visit London stick to the city center and tourist attractions so as to see all the major landmarks of London. But if you are a newlywed couple who prefers less crowded and private spaces in order to spend some quality time with your better half then here are a few places in London that may appeal to you.
For the newlywed’s couple, the following 5 less crowded places are in ner London.
Belgravia is district of central London that is known for its gorgeous and posh neighborhoods. The residential houses in Belgravia are beautiful to look at and the streets are lined with manicured garden squares, terraced stucco townhouses and high end hotels. Belgravia does not have many touristy landmarks and hence is frequented by fewer tourists. This place has quite a few well known boutiques, furniture stores; fine dine restaurants and quaint cafes to cater to the needs of its wealthy residents. You can take a romantic walk from Victoria Station and witness Grosvenor Gardens and Wilton Row on the way.
2. Primrose Hill
If you like having your meals with a spectacular view, then Primrose Hill would be a great and inexpensive option for you and your significant other. Primrose Hill is a small hilltop located towards the northern side of Regent’s Park in London. The grassy meadows of this hill are a perfect spot for a quiet afternoon picnic where you can enjoy the beautiful skyline of Central London for free. You can simply pack food from a good restaurant and head here to share a meal and some meaningful conversation with your better half. Afterwards you can explore Camden which is nearby and is known for engagement rings London.
3. Battersea Park
Battersea Park is a 200 acre lush green park located in London borough of Wandsworth. Situated on the southern side of River Thames, most of Battersea Park is a reclaimed marshland. Tourists rarely cross to the south of the River Thames so you won’t find much crowd clogging this park. You can stroll around the park enjoying the beautiful gardens or rent a swan paddleboat for a short laidback trip around the pond in the park.
4. Hampstead Heath
Hampstead Heath is a mixture of woodlands, meadows and water bodies spread over 320 hectares of land in the neighborhood of Hampstead. The best time to visit this place is during summers where you can enjoy lakeside concerts that are organized here or take a dip in the public pools to beat the heat. If you are looking for a quiet stroll in a peaceful landscape then Parliament Hill in Hampstead Heath is the place for you.
5. Little Venice
Little Venice is a district in London located on the northern side of Paddington which is famous for its canals and waterways. It is very close to the city center but escapes the attention of many tourists. Comparatively less crowded that the main attractions, Little Venice has numerous canal boats on its waterways a few of which are cafes and tearooms where you can have a memorable brunch with your better half. This place is very near to the jewellery hub of London where you can buy any beautiful lab grown diamond engagement rings.