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Regent's Park

The Store Yard, London NW1 4NR
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    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.

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    Gorgeous park with excellent landscaping...in the summer check what's on at the Globe.

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    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.

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    Great Place to walk.

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    London on the cheap doesn't get much better than a picnic in Regent's Park. It's a great place to take a break from walking the city and enjoy some quiet.

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    Regent's park is the most romantic park in London, I loved to walk there, all those flowers and pounds made me feel like I am in a fairy tale . Really amazing !

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    Regent's Park is one of the largest and loveliest parks in London. There's plenty of bike and running baths along with lovely gardens and water fountains.

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  • Regent's Park

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

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    In the summer, they usually have shakespeare in the park. Pack a picnic and enjoy an English summer.

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    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

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    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.

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    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...)

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  • Regent's Park

    A smaller version of Hyde Park but more charming. It has a very nice lake with ducks and other birds. You can take a small boat and go for a ride. A beautiful place to go with your family for a day's picnic.

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    Not much going on during the autumn and winter months except on Saturdays when there's lots of sport being played in the park. But stunning scenery and tons of open space- great for families and dog walkers!

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  • Regent's Park

    Uno splendido angolo verde nel cuore della città, che include anche lo Zoo di Londra.
    Una passeggiata da non perdere.

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    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.

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  • Regent's Park

    Perhaps my favourite park in all of London-Town I dare say! It belongs to the Queen don't you know, of yes, well, what did I expect from a commoner.

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  • Regent's Park

    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!!! :.)

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Host to road cycling in the 2012 Olympics, Regent's Park is part of London's Royal Parks collection, and is a short walk away from Primrose Hill. The northern side of the park contains the London Zoo, which houses over 755 species of animal. Regent's College, Queen Mary's Gardens, a lake, and St. John's Lodge and nine villas are all attractions living within Regent's Park. Primrose Hill is a scenic hill with an impressive view of London, and is also one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in the city.

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4.5 out of 5
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Aliases: Olympics 2012 London