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The most amazing park to have a picnic with a view. It’s a great park to have a picnic there are different areas where you can set your picnic. If you want to have a great view try getting a place on the hill other...More
Walked through Regents Park, which is a lovely park. Has nice gardens all around. Walked up Primrose Hill to the viewpoint to great view over the center of London skyline. A steep walk for a few minutes but worth it.
Always knew of this place but never cared to check it out, being a local you take these things for granted. As you walk up to the peak of the hill you are slightly taken aback by the beautiful, beautiful city skyline. It truly is...More
If you visit London please make sure you make it over to Primrose hill. The climb is pretty easy and the views of the city are just out of this world. It is located on the northern end of Regents park so you can walk...More
Its hard to believe this is in the center of London. It has an upmarket (hence the famous residents) Village feel to it. Plenty of restaurants, a great little coffee store and Primrose Hill itself. The hill is an easy climb up to wonderful views...More
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Big Ben will be silenced for a long while due to repairs. But, even if it was still chiming, no way. It’s just way too far off. Yes, you can see Big Ben, but again, it’s very far off. Primrose Hill only offers a superb view... More
Big Ben will be silenced for a long while due to repairs. But, even if it was still chiming, no way. It’s just way too far off. Yes, you can see Big Ben, but again, it’s very far off. Primrose Hill only offers a superb view of the London skyline from a distance.