Wednesday 3 June 2015

The best swimming spots in London

London may seem amazing to all newcomers not only as one of the best places for education, but also as a city where there are places of interest for lovers of swimming. For good reason, they organized in London the first Amateur Swimming Association in 1869. In general, swimming is very popular in London. Many students have learned it at first hand. So, if you finally come to London for studies and choose your student accommodation London, then it's time to get acquainted with the best swimming spots in London.
London Central Park (Hyde Park)
Hyde Park is a favorite place for walks and rest for the townspeople and visitors. There is a lake where you can swim or sail- the famous recreational Serpentine Lake. This lake features a swimming pool which is open from May to mid-September. This is a great place for fans of swimming.
Hampstead Heath
This is the most popular park for summer picnics. Explore green hills, multicolored parrots, huge Kenwood House estate with its forests, its lake and its lawns, and most importantly - a pond where you can swim.
London Aquatics Centre
It has unique, modern and functional structure. Starting with the magnificent facade and finishing with its interiors, this object meets the highest requirements of aesthetics and sports industry. This is a beautiful cubic building designed even before London had won the right to host the 2012 Olympics. You will find inside two 50-metre and one 25-metre swimming pools.
Tooting Bec
Tooting Bec is a real treasure of south London. Being built in 1906, it is extremely popular nowadays. Its unusual locker rooms with colorful doors inspire all swimmers.
You can find the most exclusive pool in the east of London on the sixth floor of Shoreditch House. It has been completely renovated recently. Stylish striped deck chairs and sun roof will definitely please the visitors.
Oasis Sports Centre
In Oasis Sports Centre you will find a heated swimming pool. Find this water paradise just a few steps away from the hustle and bustle of Covent Garden. Here you can enjoy an ice cream or cocktail on the terrace. It's the best place in London both for tanning and swimming.
Brockwell Park
Brockwell Lido is already recognized as one of the most beautiful pools in the city. It is a true embodiment of decadent art deco with beautiful lounge chairs along the 50-metre pool.
Until next time, Jada x


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