At-Home Pedicure Treatments near Hammersmith
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Pedicure therapists near Hammersmith
Spending most of her free time creating prosthetics and nail art, Neraida is always keen to try about new techniques. Being half Greek and half Austrian, she has always been a huge fan of travelling and being spontaneous. But, like most of us, she also enjoys a nice, quiet evening at home watching movies.
Maulika has been a qualified beauty therapist for 9 years now and loves waxing and nails treatments in particular. She can speak English and Gujrati. When she's not working, Maulika enjoys watching Netflix, cooking and travelling to new places.
Marjorie has worked in the beauty industry for 20+ years and has loved every minute of it. Easy-going and very skilled, your happiness is guaranteed.
The Top Things To Do In Hammersmith
Located alongside the River Thames, Hammersmith is a creative’s dream. From cute coffee shops and swanky gastropubs to shows and patriotic boat races, there’s always something to do.
You will have London on your doorstep, as Hammersmith has many great intercity transport connections. Alongside buses and ubers, Hammersmith is home to many train stations such as Hammersmith Broadway. However, the most efficient way to get around London is via Hammersmith underground station, via the District and Piccadilly lines.
Cheer on your favourites at the infamous boat race
Hammersmith is known to be a popular spot along the River Thames to watch the annual Oxford Cambridge Boat Race. Grab a pimms or prosecco from the local pubs and bask in the energy of the crowds.
With stunning riverside views, a contagious atmosphere and fun competition, this annual event definitely won’t disappoint. The boat race takes place once a year in April, but you will find rowers on the river year round.
Shop in King Street
To see the latest high street trends, head on down to King Street. With a wide array of shops to choose from, your bank balance may take a hit but you will no doubt walk away with some true gems.
To take a break between shops, there are plenty of cafes and restaurants to choose from. King Street is notably known for its whimsical pub selection. Cheers to that!
Spend some quality time in nature at Ravenscourt Park
Tucked away in Hammersmith is one of London’s lesser-known parks. That is not to say that it isn’t worth the visit. Featuring a quaint tea-house, tennis and basketball courts and wildlife habitats, there is something for everyone at Ravenscourt Park. The exquisite blooms in Spring are worth a trip alone.
The park is a short walk from Ravenscourt Park tube station, and is also readily accessible by many different buses.
Browse the diverse stalls at Shepherd's Bush Market
Dating back from the 1910s, Shepherd’s Bush Market has made itself known to local Londoners. Browse and buy anything from gorgeous flower bouquets and fresh produce to timeless jewellery and trendy garments.
The market is open six days a week between 9am and 6pm, meaning there is always time to pop down and see what takes your fancy.
Take in a performance at the Eventim Apollo
Formerly, and more famously, known as the Hammersmith Apollo. One of West London’s biggest and most legendary venues, with room for up to 8000 guests. The Apollo boasts a history of acclaimed performers including Elton John, Oasis and Cyndi Lauper.
If music isn’t your forte, you can watch a comedy performance instead. Comedians including Peter Kay, Jimmy Carr and Michael McIntyre have graced the Apollo with their presence.