The Royal Shakespeare Theatre

The route of our river walk can be found on the following link:

Stratford-upon-Avon walks leaflet

We walked all of the route although not from A to B because we ventured into town for lunch before returning to the route.


The Stratford Canal

The River Avon

Near Holy Trinity Church

Holy Trinity Church

Holy Trinity Church

Lock Gates

Holy Trinity Church

7 Comments CherryPie on Jan 16th 2023

7 Responses to “Stratford-upon-Avon River Walk”

  1. lisl says:

    I think you must have had a thorough explore of this interesting town, Cherie

  2. Hello, I’m back! Went back to my home country, Malaysia last month.
    Took some 9K + photos! Can’t wait to share them with you.

    Would love to visit Stratford-upon-Avon again.

    • CherryPie says:

      WOW!!! that is a lot of photos.

      I hope you had a great time, I am looking forward to seeing your photos :-)

      • Oh yes, road trip from the most southern tip of Peninsular Malaysia (where my hometown is) all the way to the north, could almost reach Thailand.
        Already miss our local food so much.
        Oddly I don’t miss Malaysia’s hot weather.
        I like cold weather here in England but I don’t like the food here.
        Ha ha… Life is full of hard decisions, what should I do?

        • CherryPie says:

          As to the food… When I am out and about there are some nice restaurants to be found. But most often we dine at home because we cook to what I would call a ‘fine dining’ standard rather than the regular British cuisine. I am always envious of the dining experiences that Monica shares on her Yum List blog.

          That being said there are some lovely restaurants in England. You just have to hunt them out.

          • I know, Monica is so lucky! We also have a large population of Indian people in Malaysia, but our Indian food is very different to yours here. I kinda like the version here. It’s milder and creamier. Our Indian food is mainly from the South, so it tends to be spicier and drier. And usually served on fresh banana leaves.