Was staying at paddington during my travel in UK and decided to visit this park for a walk-jog session. This park is pretty big and beautifully maintained. Worth to spend some time here in london.
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We took a walk to see the Princess Diana Memorial Fountain. This park covers a wide area and they also have a small gallery here and usually displays a couple of different artists. You can also go through and visit the Kensington Palace and Gardens...More
The location is my favourite, it was my partner's usual spot to wait for me while I do my shopping! very cute place to have a romantic walk too
England certainly has the most amazing parks, and Hyde Park is not exception. So lovely to wander through after a busy day to recharge and get back to nature.
As a tourist, I can recommend nothing more highly than a run through Hyde Park. It's a fantastic way to experience all the nature trails, animals, sculptures, lakes, statues, and gardens the park has to offer. Also, amazing views of different parts of the city....More
Great place to go for a walk or a run. Park is huge, especially for London. In the summer the park is beautiful with numerous birds in the trees and in the lakes and ponds. Also a great place to people watch.
Went to the barclaycard summer festival where we watched Green day who were fantastic. the were supported by rancid and the damned and the stranglers
Must do if in London - go in and wander. Great trees and lakes with some sights eg Kensington palace, diana fountain and albert memorial. Just relax and take time out. Lie on the ground and look at the sky through the trees
Lovely walk, romantic, relaxing, beautiful trees, lake, plenty of room to relax, play, kids to run round, picnic etc forget you are in the centre of a big city.
This park is well taken care of and you will find walkers, runners, cricket players, soccer players, dog walkers, strollers, students, with plenty of room for all. Beautiful space to relax.