The Best Parks In London You Can’t Miss!

London has some amazing parks to explore which will give you the opportunity to live different experiences. Nature, beautiful landscapes, flowers, lovely lakes, great boating experiences, biking, and many other healthy activities like walking and running can all be practised in these parks. London parks are somehow unique, great spaces of peace and quiet in a city that has a constant activity.  

The best parks in London you should undoubtedly explore

Regent’s Park– This is a really big park covering 410 acres of land. It’s situated in the north-west of London and has many points of interests inside like simulated animal sounds, music performances, boat hire, rose gardens, ice cream parlours, tennis courts, food stalls, an open air theatre… A must see!

Hyde Park– There are four big parks within one which are lined up from the Kensington Palace to the Kensington Gardens. This park is amongst the biggest and most visited of all, made in 1536, this is one of the oldest parks too. The park has always been a favourite of speakers who want to address a huge crowd or public, and till the date the speakers’ corner is worth a visit. Other attractions are the amazing collection of flowers, a boating pond filled with ducks and swans, the Peter Pan statue, Princess Diana memorial, Italian gardens, Albert memorial… and lots of plants and trees!

St. James’s park– This park is in Central London in the City of Westminster, and covers 57 acres land area. Buckingham Palace and the London Eye are one of the most enthralling views from the park. Two islands, a lake, gardens, ducks and lots of squirrels make this a must visit park in London to spend a nice time and relax.

Primrose Hill– This is a 213 ft high hill park area at the northern corner of Regent’s Park in London. It’s one of the top choicea of this London blogger for its amazing natural beauty and the stunning views of the skyline of London. The city view from this area is spectacular, specially of Central London. Also, this park is located in one of the poshest areas of the city, watch out for a celebrity!

There are many more parks to explore in London, some famous for its food stalls and activities, some others for their natural beauty. Some also exhibit great flower gardens while others offer large green spaces to run or stroll. Whichever London Park you choose to visit, get ready for a moment of disconnection of the bustling city of London, explore all the greenery and connect with nature, they will fill you with energy!

These four parks mentioned are among the best parks in London which you cannot miss, but try to visit more small ones to discover secret spots of peace in the city that never sleeps!

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