Many people hear London’s parks are famous attractions whether it is summer or winter. But not many tourists have a try to enjoy them. Nearly all of them are suited for relaxation.
Of course, there are other activities for entertainment, such as sports events, concerts and kids play areas. The following are best parks in London worthy of a visit.
Hyde Park is a huge and best-loved one. Many activities such as strolling, cycling and stating are held here,with trees, lakes and rose gardens growing well.The Diana and Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain can also be seen in the park.
The Regent’s Park shows amazing rose gardens and sports areas with football, softball and cricket as equipments.
The Royal Park is famous as the residence of 650 deer.
Richmond Park offers riding stables, golf courses and power kiting. Views from hills are amazing to see for tourists.
Regal St James’s Park has a lake in which pelicans are fed at 2:30 pm, surrounded by three Royal Palaces.
Victoria Park, also known as Vicky Park, is the first public park in London. London’s important events, festivals are held here, outdoor theatres are open to tourists. In this environment, it is easy for you to forget you are from central London. The top of the parliament hill is an imposing sight where you can fly a kite, take walks or watch sunset.
Clapham Common is a large space including many rooms to relax. You’ll be busy with activities in tennis courts and grass pitches. And a fireworks display, as a festival, is usually held on 5 November.
Battersea Park is very popular with joggers with flat square. Many activities are suitable for families, such as play areas and the Battersea Children’s Zoo. Specifically it is pleasant to take a stroll or rent a boat in summer.
Lee Valley Regional Park is also very huge for sports. The green spaces are ideal to relax after working for a long time.
If you have no idea of where to go first, the first step is to find a guided group.