A small area right in the heart of London, Pimlico is best known for its stunning garden squares and Regency architecture – don’t deny it, the brick townhouses and white stucco facades are incredible! With Anglican churches, private homes, markets, sculptures, parks and more, why not take a look at what you’re missing out on.
While the day away by cycling around the glorious parks and open spaces throughout Pimlico itself.
With an array of small parks to choose from, why not enjoy a quiet picnic… who knows, a squirrel may join you for lunch.
London is inundated with architecture like no other, but what is more remarkable is the interior of some of these churches. Head over to St Barnabas’ Church for an incredible sight.
Heading to Pimlico in Autumn? With the right amount of leaves fallen to the ground, it definitely is a sight to see.
For all those who dream of snow in London: this may be from a few years ago, but it keeps our hopes up high.
Pimlico isn’t just about parks and architecture, there are incredible choices for fresh produce – especially Daylesford Organic.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No… it’s an ‘alien robot statue’ according to this photographer.
Once you have returned your bicycle, why not head down to a local pub or bar to complete your Pimlico experience.