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- 98%Budget Travelers
- 97%Family Travelers
- 83%Local Culture
- 70%Green Travelers
- 66%Outdoor Enthusiasts
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- Hyde ParkMember ofStudentsBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 3
Although it gets fairly busy in the holiday period and any other time of year really, Hyde Park is great for a day out.... as long as the weather permits of course! There is plenty to do, such as cycling, having a picnic, sunbathing or feeding ducks!Recommended for:
- Hyde ParkMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 7
Great place to spend the day especially in spring. Kids will love it, especially little ones. There is something for everyone and it's a huge park to explore so plan on spending a day or just many weekend afternoons.Recommended for:
- Hyde ParkMember ofStudentsLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 11
Hyde Park is London's most central, easy to access park, perfect for stopping off to let the kids run around or for an adult stroll or picnic. Come, but don't forget to research London's other beautiful green spaces, from Hampstead Heath to Greenwich Park.Recommended for:
- Hyde ParkMember ofStudentsFoodiesLuxury Travelers+ 2
Hyde Park is Londons version of Central Park, but there is better parks in London. Hyde Park is located near the west end of Oxford street, which makes it a great place to relax after a whole day of shopping. It is rather huge, and truly beautiful, especially in the autumn, but like I said before, there are better parks.
- Hyde ParkMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesVegetarian+ 3
The largest of the royal parks with lots to see and do. If you are feeling particularly brave, try going for a swim in the Serpentine. As a useless fact, this is actually the dammed up River Westbourne, one of the small rivers that flow into the Thames (and can also be seen at Sloane Square Tube Station).
- Hyde ParkMember ofLocal CultureFamily TravelersFoodiesHistory Buffs
London is such a walkable city. The best part about it are its numerous parks. Hyde Park is like a giant green lung in the middle of central London - where on can just stroll in and get some nature time. I use it as a route when I walk from Queensway / Bayswater to High Street Ken. On Sundays, artists hang their artwork on the Lancaster Street side of Hyde Park.Recommended for:
- Hyde ParkMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 9
Beware the aggressive squirrels! It may look like a calm and peaceful patch of green in the middle of a metropolis, but look out for the feisty furballs in the trees. They want whatever it is you're snacking on, and they'll stop at nothing to get it!Recommended for:
- Hyde ParkMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6
Hyde Park is one of the largest parks in west London, and one of the Royal Parks of London, famous for its Speakers' Corner. The park was the site of the Great Exhibition of 1851, for which the Crystal Palace was designed by Joseph Paxton
- Hyde Park
The famous Hyde Park is 10 mins walk away from Kensington Gardens, and is literally adjacent. It has a wonderful lake, restaurant and many trails to walk through, and it quite beautiful. There are many statues of historical people and rich in English culture.Recommended for:
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