As the days get longer and temperatures start to rise, nothing beats a nice long walk in the fresh outdoors.

Whether taking in the natural surroundings from wildlife, flowers and the weather or just enjoying watching the world go by, a walk seems to solve all problems.

While London seems to offer a much more urban concrete environment that might not seem the most exciting for walks, there are dozens of spots that make the perfect walking area.

From the famous Thames Path to a walk up Primrose Hill, these are seven of the best walks to try out in London.

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7 of the best walks to try in London

Primrose Hill

The well-known hill is just a short 10-minute walk from Camden Town but will feel like miles away with its wide-open green space. 

The hill isn't too steep and there are benches along the way to give you a well-deserved rest. 

Plus, you'll get to see the sites across London, including the BT Tower and the London Eye. 

The Thames Path

The Thames Path walk follows the River Thames and is known to be the easiest of its kind for a National Trail.

The mostly flat walk avoids hills and many chances of getting lost with the Thames guiding you along your way.

The Thames Path offers both rural and town destinations, with walks through quaint villages including some within the Cotswolds.

The London part of the walk offers landmarks and much more, from the busy streets filled with London buses and tourists to restaurants from all corners of the world.

The Line

A simple walk with plenty of transport links, the Line walk makes for a perfect weekend stroll, connecting the Greenwich Peninsula with the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Along the walk you get to see beds of flowers, the flow of the Thames and even some contemporary ark dotted along the path.

Little Venice

With canals, beautiful houseboats, and small independent cafes along the way, a walk through Little Venice sounds dreamy. 

The walk will take you down a path alongside the canals that will make you forget that you're in London.

You'll also get to see nature at its best with birds, ducks and more enjoying the area. 

Wimbledon Times: The Thames Path is popular among walkers.

Parkland Walk

The Parkland Walk will make you feel a million miles away from the busy streets of London.

Offically London's longest Local Nature Reserve, you'll be able to spot endless wildlife from hedgehogs, foxes and if you are lucky a deer.

The route follows disused rail lines that once connected Finsbury Park with Alexandra Palace and now makes for a relaxing walk.

Jubilee Greenway

Created back in 2012, Jubilee Greenway is 60km and was created to celebrate the late Queen Elizabeth's II Diamond Jubilee with each 1km marking a year on the throne.

The picturesque walk is set within the walkways of Buckingham Palace and Maida Vale leading you from the likes of Constitution Hill, Hyde Park, Little Venice and Kensington Palace.

Kew Gardens

If you're looking for nature and wildlife at its finest in the centre of London then the iconic Kew Gardens is the place to go. 

You'll get to see an array of beautiful plants as you walk through the gardens, but it is important to note that Kew Gardens is a ticketed venue.