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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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The second best park (after the St. James's), but this one is not so Romantic and serene. Nevertheless, a good walk, a good Serpentine lake and nice flower beds at places. Amazing entrance from the Green Park corner.
I enjoy walking in parks but the main reason I return here in December is for the Winter Festical just off speakers cornor. Kenington Place is located at the west end and it should be seen. Regretfully most of the park is non-discrept.
This is probably the busiest of London’s parks but still worth a visit, the Serpentine is the focal point but there are other walks and sights to see, even though it is busy, some quiet spots can still be found. A lovely way to spend...More
One of the greatest inner cities park. It is big (round trip is 7.5 kms including kensington gardens and you can inner loops to double it), it has plenty to do (wildlife, water activities at the serpentine, kids playgrounds including lady diana’s, kids swimming pool...More
beautiful park with lots of birds and for example Diana monument (as well as play park). The park is big and there is a lot to walk, the land is flat so everyone can move well. At the edge of the park you will find...More
The premier Inn in London Victoria is probably the best bet and is a relatively short walk to Hyde Park. I would also suggest the Indigo hotel in London Street. I have previously reviewed this hotel and I can recommend it... More
The premier Inn in London Victoria is probably the best bet and is a relatively short walk to Hyde Park. I would also suggest the Indigo hotel in London Street. I have previously reviewed this hotel and I can recommend it. This is a 10 minute walk to Hyde Park.