London is blessed with almost every kind of transport. Seeing how many different kinds of travel you can fit in one day is a great way to see the sights and have fun, especially with children. So, why not make the most of it and have a transport-themed day out just like we did?
Love boats? The East End is rich in maritime history – and you can explore lots of it via the DLR. On our visit we started out at St Katharine Docks, not far from Tower Gateway.
It’s a little hidden gem away from the bustle around Tower Bridge and lovely to wander around. It’s the marina closest to central London and in season, has lots of boats moored which gives it a sense of the seaside in the capital. The Dickens Inn is a fabulous 18th century docks warehouse next to the marina that has been restored and you can enjoy food and drink here in the beamed restaurants.