A walk from Kew Bridge to Richmond

Another glorious weekend in London with temperatures exceeding 20 degrees Celsius. And when the temperature reaches such numbers in London, everyone goes crazy. Including me. You see, us Brits, ain’t blessed with good weather, so when we get a little bit of sunshine and temperatures over 18 degrees, we do go a little bit overboard, and by that I mean we all dress in proper summer clothes that are more suited for the tropics.

The Kew Bridge to Richmond walk is not as suburban as the walk from Kew to Hammersmith so you might not see cute riverside townhouses or grand mansions. This walk is much greener and even more countryside-y. Plus it only takes around an hour of brisk walking or two hours of very slow walking if you want to take pictures on the way. There aren’t any pubs or riverside restaurants. There’s just parks and trees.

This walk seemed fairly busy with the traffic of dog walkers and cyclists, but it’s a scenic route and you get rewarded with some pretty great views. Have a look at my Instagram pictures below so you get an idea what this walk looks like…

 

 

The pretty side of Brentford.

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On the way to Richmond 👆🏼

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Below is the lovely view of Isleworth village.

Isleworth as seen from the river #London

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And now we’re approaching Richmond.

Approaching Richmond.

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Richmond Riverside

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And this is actual Richmond main riverside promenade on a sunny day.

Summer in Richmond #london

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23 degrees and London goes naked 😂

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Beers and sun in Richmond

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Hey, and don’t forget to follow me on Instagram, please, @fashionho.


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