Visit a pretty canalside garden

One of London's beautiful green spaces

Where: Rembrandt Gardens

This pretty garden overlooks the Regent's Canal, and is a worthwhile pit stop for anyone walking or cycling on the towpath through picturesque Little Venice.

First created in the 1950s, after thousands of tulips were planted here in 1975 it was renamed Rembrandt Gardens, marking the 700th anniversary of the foundation of Amsterdam, a city nicknamed the Venice of the North.

The pretty flowers remain, along with lime trees lining a footbridge to the garden from the towpath, and many ornamental flower beds. 

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