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Originally a royal hunting ground, this scenic park is a popular recreation area offering an artificial lake, tennis courts, cricket ground, children's playgrounds and the London Zoo, which lies on the north side of the park.
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If you're into running, then this is a great park that is located fairly central to central London, it's also easy to get to and has been manicured carefully which adds to the charm of the area. Easy to get to, as it's a short...More
The Regent Canal is a picturesque walk along the border of the grand Regent Park, and many locals describe the canal as their favorite secret best destination in London. The canal and park with a large lake are situated between two famous landmarks - The...More
I checked the law and was shocked to find that London does not require dos to be on a leash in ALL public spaces. They were roaming all over the Park and coming and gnawing at my shoes and trousers. It was a real nuisance...More
The Park is huge and has the Zoo at the north end, West is the London Mosque with real gold top and huge Chandelier inside, free to visit, dress modestly. Inner circle has the beautiful Queen Ann Rose Garden and hosts the outdoor Theatre in...More
I worked opposite the park in the 1950's, and made very good use of it, great to see it in all the seasons. Recently have been to the theatre each summer and as well as enjoying the productions we were able to see all the...More
Best place to take a stroll with your significant other or by yourself after a stressful day at work. It is much less crowded compared to Hyde Park but still absolutely stunning. What a great place to relax
We were very fortunate -- it rained on the first day we arrived in London, and was raining (lightly) when we left, but in between the weather was very nice, especially for November. I was expecting rain because that's how it... More
We were very fortunate -- it rained on the first day we arrived in London, and was raining (lightly) when we left, but in between the weather was very nice, especially for November. I was expecting rain because that's how it is most of the time, according to what I've been told.