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Once the hunting ground for Henry VIII, this large royal park is best known for its famous Speakers' Corner, where people speak their minds, Rotton Row, a famous horse-riding area and Serpentine Lake, home to waterfowl and oarsmen.
I explored Hyde Park and greatly enjoyed it. It's a pretty lively park with people hanging out. There's also food there if you're interested in eating. My favorite part was ALL OF THE DOGS! So great! Definitely recommend!
A large somewhat open park just north of Buckingham Palace and just south of Paddington Station. Lots of energetic joggers, cyclists and strollers in this park which is well used by locals and tourists alike. We were in London for the first time for an...More
Hyde park is one of the larger if not largest park in Central London.
Had something for everyone with a cafe, open air pool, Italian fountains, playgrounds etc.
There are also monuments in different parts of the park if you have the time would recommend...More
So its really in the centre surrounded by public transport so easy to get from toad from and just at edge of shopping centre so easy to take a break and have lunch here in the summer . Lots of people use it so its...More
The bikes are just outside the entrance we used. But there also some inside. Just download he app and it shows where they are. BUT be aware to get 24hrs hire for 2 pound you must dock the bike every half hour. We just had it... More
The bikes are just outside the entrance we used. But there also some inside. Just download he app and it shows where they are. BUT be aware to get 24hrs hire for 2 pound you must dock the bike every half hour. We just had it for an hour so paid the fee.