There is nothing better than going for a nice long walk among nature and the vibrant wildlife of the UK.

Whether you wander through the Lake District or explore the seaside of the South Coast, walking is a great way to spend time.

When thinking of walking destinations, London might not come to the top of your mind, but there's one walk that should not be missed.

As the Thames Path has recently been named the best walk for culture by the Telegraph in a list of the UK's 15 best walks.

You can see the full list of acclaimed walks via the Telegraph here.

The London walk along the Thames you need to do

The Thames Path walk follows the River Thames and is known to be the easiest of its kind for a National Trail.

The mostly flat walk avoids hills and many chances of getting lost with the Thames guiding you along your way.

The Thames Path offers both rural and town destinations, with walks through quaint villages including some within the Cotswolds.

You can even stop in the 'City of Dreaming Spires' with Reading Abbey, Windsor Castle, the Magna Carta site and Hampton Court according to the Telegraph.

Heading into London you, of course, get to see the landmarks and much more, from the busy streets filled with London buses and tourists to restaurants from all corners of the world.

Newham Recorder: Will you be trying out the walk?Will you be trying out the walk? (Image: Getty)

Walking site, National Trail describes the Thames Path as: "a long distance walking trail, following England’s best-known river for 185.2miles (298 km) as it meanders from its source in the Cotswolds through several rural counties and on into the heart of London."

They share that along the walk you'll be able to see wildlife, including rare birds, butterflies, damselflies and dragonflies along with wildflowers.

For those wanting to do the full walk, the Thames Path starts from Kemble and takes you all the way to the Thames Barrier.

At 185 miles, it can take anywhere between 10 to 20 days.