A good site for the pic nic. You can spend sa relax time in the center of London. A nice place easy to get.
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Still a little crowded but with green open spaces and cute animals to feed! You could also swim in the serpentine if you wished
Such a huge park. Lovely views all round and lots of little ponds and wildlife. A bit scary to walk through at night as its not well lit all round. Quite peaceful in most areas and close to other popular places in London such as...More
Considering where this park is, it's remarkably quiet. It's nice to just walk around on the spacious paths and watch the wildlife in the Serpentine. There were a couple of cafes where we walked so you can stop off. The Diana Memorial is here too....More
Is worth the visit, the lagoon and foutains are awesome. I mean, i went there just to see the squirrels, and there are tons of them, and pigeons lol, but is very cool. Take your time to visit, and relax, or go for a run.
It was freezing clod so we didn't walk around much but we did enjoy our walk around the park. Its such a huge park. A great place to visit if the weather is good.
We came in November, so Im sure its more pretty and amazing when its summertime. We only went there, cause we where going to Winter Wonderland, but if it was summer, we would have walked arround.
We walked through this park which is large and saw lots of walkers/joggers/bicycles and sports happening. You just have to go a short distance from the traffic and it gets quiet and a great paved walk.
I've been to Hyde Park years before and wasn't planning on going back until I heard from my hotel that they had a special exhibit for Christmas: Winter Wonderland. I decided to take a stroll through since it was a balmy high 50s, an amazing...More
Visited with some friends on a summer afternoon. It's a decent place to spend some time chilling, but London has better parks to offer.