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Little Venice

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by Scarlett Cook (subscribe)
Recent graduate, Londoner - known to pick up a pen and paper from time to time...
Published August 30th 2012
The 69th Venice Film Festival opens today can't make it to the Floating City? Why not explore another Venice a little closer to home.

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Little Venice


Little Venice is the name given to the roads and canals that make up a small area of Maida Vale in the borough of Westminster. Although there is no official categorisation, the nearest tube is Warwick Avenue on the Bakerloo line. Blomfield Road, Warwick Crescent and Warwick Avenue itself are the tree-lined streets that line the Regents and Grand Union canals. Colourful houseboats and unique cafes aplenty, the area makes a perfect location for a stroll and bite to eat at any time of day.

And until Sunday September 9, you can catch the Floating Market bringing a hint of South East Asia to the city, with a variety of market stalls.
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Why? A piece of Italy in London
When: Anytime
Where: Little Venice, Maida Vale
Cost: Free to wander
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