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Once the hunting ground for Henry VIII, this large royal park is best known for its famous Speakers' Corner, where people speak their minds, Rotton Row, a famous horse-riding area and Serpentine Lake, home to waterfowl and oarsmen.
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Hyde park is a special place that Londoners enjoy to the fullest. It is also the park we have the most personal history in. It is common for us to close out the trip there for instance. The Italian Gardens are our favorite part, and...More
The Swans at the pool, the swaying tress as well as the occasional flying birds are all opening big arms to welcome the visitors. I personally feel so relaxed walking on the pavement from one end to another. Certainly a great place to visit.
We stayed near Hyde Park doing our recent visit to London and found the park to be an amazing spot. We had previously walked through the park on another visit and wanted to experience it again. It truly is a wonderful park in the heart...More
My daughter and I walked around Hyde park on Saturday in glorious sunshine. We took photos by the fountains and had a relaxing drink at the cafe in the park. We chatted to some Austrians who were over for the American football match on Sunday...More
Hyde Park London is just like central park in New York. All can enjoy here. A lake, trees, roses, grass lawns, walking and jogging paths, restaurants, children play area - all are quite refreshing. Near by are many attractions and prime markets, so we enjoyed...More
In the middle of a very busy and crowded city, the park is refreshing. Lots of grass, open spaces, a lake, and a huge monument. Good for a run. Could be good for children. Also, includes Kensington Palace. Not good for dogs.
Walked the entire perimeter of Hyde Park and adjacent Kensington Gardens. Even on a marginal weather day, there were loads of people walking children and/or dogs. Horses on occasion. Swans, ducks, squirrels, birds everywhere. Speakers' Corner was quiet. Very pleasant.
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The best way to get to Winter Wonderland is via public transport. There are many tube and mainline stations in close vicinity including: Bond Street, Green Park, Knightsbridge, Marble Arch, Hyde Park Corner, Paddington and... More
The best way to get to Winter Wonderland is via public transport. There are many tube and mainline stations in close vicinity including: Bond Street, Green Park, Knightsbridge, Marble Arch, Hyde Park Corner, Paddington and Victoria. Green Park station is best for step-free access.
North : C2, 6, 7, 10, 16, 19, 23, 36, 52, 73, 82, 98, 113, 274, 390, 414
South : 2, 36, 137, 148, 159, 436
West : 9, 10, 14, 19, 22, 52, 74, 94, 148, 414
East : 8,15, 23, 30, 38, 274
I would grab a quick cat nap, depends on how you travel, if you have been able to get some sleep.
Then go to see winter wonderland, enjoy your time in London.
The walk through Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens is lovely