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Maida Vale is a largely residential area, but don’t let its exquisite and tranquil homes fool you.
While it is known for its blocks of Victorian and Edwardian mansion flats, look a little beyond the affluence and you'll find plenty to see and do.
Come through for an intensely sexual Maida Vale nuru massage, and spend some time exploring Little Venice, with houseboats and gondolas characteristic of the neighbourhood.
A Brief History Of Maida Vale
Maida Vale was originally developed in the 1800s to provide “middle class” housing.
It was named after a pub opened in honour of John Stuart, who commanded British troops to victory in a battle with Napoleon’s forces, in Maida, Italy, in 1806.
In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, its population was made up predominantly of Sephardi Jews.
Maida Vale is short on historical landmarks, but there is still a lot to see. Aside from its beautiful mansions and wide, tree-lined streets, Maida Vale is home to Little Venice.
Little Venice refers to the area surrounding the Little Venice Lagoon and its canals – London’s “Venice”.
Its Regency style white stucco buildings are picturesque, and houseboats and gondolas provide a glimpse into a way of life you've probably never experienced.
You can walk around or simply sit at a café by the waterside and take in the scenery.
Maida Vale also has an eye-catching mural painted on the side of kitchen and bathroom shop Day True.
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Shops To Visit In Maida Vale
Maida Vale is home to some boutique shops, including Appleby, where you can get vintage clothing, The Winery, and shoe shop Amiche.
For the bigger department stores, or your good old H&M, you'll have to look elsewhere.
Shopping in Maida Vale is a unique experience, more than a practical way to get your necessities.
Restaurants & Pubs In Maida Vale
The Waterway restaurant is a favourite for both those living in and visiting Maida Vale.
It has a spectacular terrace that, of course, is one the waterside, and you can enjoy gourmet food while taking in magnificent views of the Grand Union Canal.
Le Cochonnet is a charming and loud Mediterranean restaurant. Twinkling fairy lights covering the trees outside may seem a little tacky, but they actually add to the brilliant ambience.
If you love your pub life, The Bridge House in Little Venice is a fantastic place to get a speciality (or non-speciality, if you like) beer and some pub grub.
The Union Tavern and Warwick Castle provide excellent alternatives.
Clubs In Maida Vale
Nightlife in Maida Vale can be split between drinks at the pub and a show at the Canal Café Theatre.
The theatre hosts one-man shows, music, and cabarets. It is small – just 60 seats – and intimate. The Canal Café also hosts NewsRevue, the world’s longest running live comedy show.
Getting To Maida Vale
Maida Vale Underground Station can be reached on the Bakerloo line. To find out which buses to take from your location to Maida Vale, plan your route on the Transport For London website.