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  • 1

    Hyde Park

    153 reviews

    If I could use three works to describe London's Hyde park, it would be NYC's Central Park!! The Hyde Park is definitely more exciting than the Green Park because it's not only "green," there are also many landmarks and other worthwhile sightseeing spots, such as the colorful floral gardens, fountains, sculptures, restaurants, and lake house with the boats! It's a ...

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  • 2

    St James's Park

    79 reviews

    One of my favorite parks when I'm in London. There are lots of ducks, swans, and other birds. There's a lake, a fountain, a restaurant (Inn The Park), paths for walking/running, lots of grassy spots to relax or sit down and enjoy your lunch. Close walking distance to Churchill War Rooms, Trafalgar Square, Green Park, Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace ...

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  • 3

    Kensington Gardens

    73 reviews

    Kensington Gardens is about 15 minutes walk away from my apartment. Exit the building, turn left, and walk all the way down Marloes Road. You will reach Kensington High Street - take a right and keep walking for 5 mins and you will see Kensington Gardens on your left, and you will see the famous Kensington Palace in the gardens, ...

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  • 4

    Regent's Park

    67 reviews

    Beautiful walks featured in most British Period Dramas. Gorgeous boating lakes. Tennis Courts. Rose Garden. Open Air Theatre. Hidden Gardens.

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  • 5

    Green Park

    60 reviews

    Every year millions of Londoners and tourists visit The Green Park, the smallest of the capital's eight Royal Parks. Comprising just over 40 acres of mature trees and grassland next to Buckingham Palace, the peaceful triangle between Piccadilly and Constitution Hill offers a popular location for picnics and sunbathing in fine weather.

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  • 6

    Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

    38 reviews

    Seriously, check out the Olympic legacy while here, it's pretty impressive and theywill have shows on too!

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  • 7

    Hampstead Heath

    36 reviews

    London's answer to New York's Central Park or San Francisco's Golden Gate, this massive public park has days worth of activities to offer, from hiking trails and lakes to horse stables and sporting greens. You could literally spend a week exploring all the beautiful natural wildlife and minimal man-made buildings.

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  • 8

    Kensington Palace

    38 reviews

    A must go .... Beautiful Gardens!!! It's so nice to have a drink or a tea in the afternoon at The Orangery Restaurant!!

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  • 9

    Greenwich Park

    33 reviews

    I loved this place!! I could spend all day here!! I took the ferry from Westminster to Greenwich Village, and it's about 40 min to am hour long, which wasn't bad plus I got to enjoy the calm city breeze and sightsee London's modern buildings and famous landmarks, such as the tower bridge and shard! Upon arriving at Greenwich village, ...

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  • 10

    Kew Gardens

    29 reviews

    Kew Gardens is a lovely relaxing place. In the summer, sometimes they do Treetop walks which would be fun for children.

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  • 11

    Hyde Park

    29 reviews

    From all of my apartments you can access Hyde Park. So much is always going on here. A walk alone, or a concert with thousands. Coffee by the lake or running by the roads!

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  • 12

    Holland Park

    18 reviews

    Have some very complicated memories of this place, but still rate it as one of the most overlooked of the London parks. Lovely way to spend the afternoon. South Kensington would be much poorer without it.

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  • 13

    Round Pond

    18 reviews

    Great park in the middle of the city close the charging of the Guards. A great option to walk in the morning or the end of the afternoon.

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  • 14

    Hyde Park London

    16 reviews

    Hyde Park is the big park in the middle of London. I go there for the miles and miles of running paths.

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  • 15

    Royal Botanic Gardens

    15 reviews

    Tops of all other Botanic Gardens I've ever visited

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  • 16

    Hide Park

    11 reviews

    Secreto, lembra alguma coisa? Talvez reuniões de uma certa confraria, será? já aconteceu aqui?

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  • 17

    Maritime Greenwich

    15 reviews

    Part historical sight, part park, Greenwich is a great place to spend an afternoon. Encompassing all things Navy one can take in that history over a pint at some of the well known pubs in the area, explore the Naval museum, or just walk the impressive grounds.

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  • 18

    Russell Square

    12 reviews

    Very fond memories of Russell Square. It was, of course, the site of one of the 7/7 bombings, but unlike Tavistock Square has moved on from that. Okish restaurant/cafe near the tube stop corner of the park, but mostly it's just great for people watching or relaxing in the shadow of the Senate House of the University of London and ...

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  • 19

    Richmond Park

    11 reviews

    Richmond Park, at almost 1000 hectares (2500 acres) is the largest of the nine Royal Parks in London. But that’s not all that is unique about it. What’s so unique about Richmond Park is the strong herd of 650 deer in it! The special thing about this herd of Deer is that, not only they are free-roaming, but they are ...

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  • 20

    Barbican Centre

    11 reviews

    This is where the London Symphony performs, and its accoustically a great hall. A bit unattractive on the outside, and modern, but not in a good way. Fairly easy to reach by Tube (Barbican stop, I think), and seating is comfortable, and not as cramped as some of the theatres in London.

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