A visitors guide to London!

The Royal Parks

You might not expect it in such a busy city as London, but London has a large number of very beautiful parks. An oasis of peace, which the Londoners regularly visit to escape the bustle of the city.

Every park has its own character. A visit one of the parks is highly recommended. It’s nice to have a picnic or just to take a walk.

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The Green Park

The Green Park

Although The Green Park is very close to St James’s Park, it has a completely different character. It is quieter with mature trees and lawns

Hyde Park

Hyde Park

Hyde Park is one of London’s most beautiful parks and covers 140 hectares. Hyde Park offers space for various forms of leisure activities and sports.

Greenwich Park

Greenwich Park

Greenwich Park covers 73 hectares and is the oldest royal park. Greenwich Park is on a hill, with impressive views across the Thames to the

The Regent's Park

The Regent’s Park

The Regents Park is the park with the most sports fields in central London and has a wide range of activities. There is an open

St James's Park

St James’s Park

Three royal palaces surround St James’s Park. The oldest is Westminster Palace, today better known as theHouses Of Parliament. St James’s Palace with its Tudor

Kensington Gardens

Kensington Gardens

Kensington Gardens was originally just a piece of land which was a part ofHyde Park, which was bought by William III 1689. The king, who