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- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 92%Budget Travelers
- 78%Family Travelers
- 73%Green Travelers
- 64%Local Culture
- 62%History Buffs
- 61%Business Travelers
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- Regent's ParkMember ofBudget TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 7Aug 20, 2013
One of my favourite London parks. Used to spend many evenings and weekends exploring it. Terrific for running as well. Definitely not as wild as Hampstead Heath, but that's the charm. Much prefer it to Hyde Park, which is nosier and dirtier.Recommended for:
- Regent's ParkMember ofBudget TravelersLocal CultureFoodies+ 6Oct 14, 2013
Yet another centrally located park in the city of London. One of many parks in this great city! This one has a walk way through the center great for a nice walk or biking. If you are interested in trying out the bike rental system in the city the parks are a good place to give them a go.Recommended for:
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- Regent's ParkMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesVegetarian+ 3Jan 16, 2014
If you like dancing and the weather permits, look for the weekends in July and August when there is open air dancing in the park. Normally Latin and Ballroom on the Saturday and Argentine Tango on the Sunday
- Regent's ParkMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsAdventure TravelersOct 21, 2013
One of the largest parks in central London, this northwestern green space makes a great spot for lounging or exploring on a sunny day. At more than 400 acres, it's large enough to occupy several hours of wandering, and its kids' playground and proximity to the London Zoo make it a great place for children. Tube Station: Regent's Park / Baker Street.Recommended for:
- Regent's Park Community ManagerMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesLGBT+ 2Sep 13, 2013
Goodness, how I miss living in NW3! I used to frequent this park on sunny days, sometimes getting off the tube a few stops early just to take a leisurely evening stroll through the park. Lots of lovely spots in this enormous park like the kids playgrounds, boating area, lovely fountains. Nice place to chill out with a book. The London Zoo is also here, but I've yet to go! (Summer 2013 bucket list...)Recommended for:
- Regent's ParkMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Mar 03, 2013
Strolling through Regent's Park makes me feel like I'm properly in Great Britain or olde-tyme London. The manicured English gardens, the open-air theatre, the little stone cottage eateries. Plus, i like to dream i live in one of the Napoleonic stone flats surrounding the park.
- Regent's ParkDec 25, 2012
Best park in London! It's pretty huge and has a lot going on. You can find football, softball, trapeze, yoga, paddle boats, theatre, ice cream, food, and more. I recommend finding a shady place by the pond for a picnic, but don't take my spot!!! :.)
- Regent's ParkDec 01, 2012
I went during lunch on a weekday and got to experience all the work folks enjoying a green moment to themselves or with a friend. The upkeep and the way the park is laid out just makes it the perfect spot to be active, thoughtful, or yourself, really.
Aliases: Olympics 2012 London