There are plenty of places to stop to have a bite to eat, as well as loads of bars including the BFI and the National Theatre.
Tube: Waterloo, London Bridge or Southwark Skip the row boats and relax with pedal power.
Tube: Hoxton or Cambridge Heath Overground Choose your museum - the V&A, the Science Museum or the Natural History Museum.Katerina is married to Kirill Shamalov, a Russian businessman, and is a dancer and directors at the National Intellectual Development Foundation and the National Intellectual Reserve Centre. She is in a relationship with Dutch businessman Jorrit Faassen.Russian magazine The New Times claimed that she has a career as a medical researcher.Lyudmila met President Putin long before he took up the prestigious role in 2000, which he has performed on and off while also taking on the role of Prime Minister.She worked as an air hostess in her earlier adult years for PJSC Aeroflot, also known as Russian Airlines.Now stay out after-hours, peering the exhibits, doing crafts, and having a bite to eat and a glass of wine.Tube: South Kensington Grab your picnic basket and a rug, and take to the Primrose Hill.The pair married when Putin was 30 and Lyudmila was 25. Pictures show the couple hand in hand, posing in front of a black car, while Lyudmila wears a modest white dress, with a high neckline and mutton leg sleeves.The pair have two daughters, Mariya, 32, born in Saint Petersburg, and Katerina, 31, who was born in Dresden, Germany.And if you're feeling flush, the Eurostar is right next to you.Vladimir Putin’s former wife is Lyudmila Putina - and the pair were married for 31 years, before divorcing in 2014.