A video of a London walk to The Royal Academy of Arts

11 May 5 Comments

I often visit London often and to get across the city, in general, I would use the tube, although since the pandemic, I have been more inclined to walk.

And really, if you have the time, it’s a far better way to travel, especially in an ancient city like London.

I did a trip a while back, and thought that it would be interesting to video the walk from Waterloo Station to The Royal Academy of arts in Piccadilly.

map London Walk

I crossed the river and then made my way through central London passing several famous sights to finally arrive at the RA.

Once there, I visited the summer exhibition and filmed a bit of that of that too, so it became a bit of a ‘day in the life’ thing.

Painting Royal Academy of Arts London


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The whole walk took me about forty minutes and it’s amazing what you see along the way.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy my London Walk.

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