Amazing atmosphere, plenty of activities with the kids, family or friends. always enjoy Hyde Park on a Sunny day.
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About Hyde Park
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If you have not been into Hyde Park before, you have at least to get some few meters into it when visiting London. The park is big, but if you have plenty of time it's worth walking through it, as me and my family did...More
So much going on in this large park, which is something of a refuge from the hectic city. Horses, statues, lakes, gardens fountains - or you can just wander its many paths, forget the hubbub around you and enjoy the peace.
Highly recommend staying in a neighborhood close to Hyde Park if possible. Easy walking paths, family friendly and well marked. Beautiful sights to see within the park, you'll never get bored. Historical monuments, memorials, and a palace at one end! Don't forget the famous Serpentine...More
I thoroughly enjoyed my visit I explored parts of the park I had not done before. Spent time by the Princess Diana water feature which is wonderful to see and just sit and relax
Always interesting to wander round, see the Princess of Wales fountain memorial. Lots of dog walkers, people running, doing fitness training. Plenty places to sit and take in the views of London in the distance. Boating available on the Serpentine with cafes and Serpentine Gallery...More