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Hyde Park, London

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Sitting on 142 hectares (350 acres) in central London, Hyde Park is one of the city's largest and most attraction-rich green spaces. You'll find plenty of ways to enjoy yourself here no matter the season. Navigate the Serpentine lake by rowboat or pedal boat, or take a swim if you visit between June and September. Stop by the Diana Memorial, a fountain made of Cornish granite with water flowing down an embankment in two directions to meet in a pool at the bottom. Walk around Speakers' Corner, where luminaries such as Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin, and George Orwell have given speeches, and many protests and demonstrations have taken place. Butterflies fly around in the summer and wildfowl visit in winter, and you can ride horses along two designated routes. If you plan to be in London during the first half of July, find out who's performing in the park's summer concert series. Tickets are usually in high demand, so you'll want to find out when they go on sale for any concerts you want to attend. See Hyde Park and all London has to offer by arranging your trip with our London planner.
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  • An oasis of greenery and wildlife right in the middle of London, with lots of dogs, squirrels, swans, geese and even parrots 
    An oasis of greenery and wildlife right in the middle of London, with lots of dogs, squirrels, swans, geese and even parrots  more »
  • Beautiful park with masses of trees, grassy spaces and gardens. Was easily accessible in a wheelchair and we enjoyed just slowly exploring. 
    Beautiful park with masses of trees, grassy spaces and gardens. Was easily accessible in a wheelchair and we enjoyed just slowly exploring.  more »
  • This park is located right across the street from the Hilton Hyde Park where I stayed. The park was bustling with walkers and joggers. I spent a couple hours one morning here and felt completely... 
    This park is located right across the street from the Hilton Hyde Park where I stayed. The park was bustling with walkers and joggers. I spent a couple hours one morning here and felt completely...  more »
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  • Had an amazing day! We really enjoyed renting a paddle boat. Lots of nice views and places to walk. So many swans! Which I absolutely LOVE! And they had a black swan which was amazing.
  • Loved this visit. We enjoyed a pleasant afternoon stroll. The weather was pleasant and the park was nicely busy. Visitors were bathing, running, playing or like us just enjoying a walk. There were a small number of refreshment cabins which were reasonably priced. Deck chairs could be hired as well as pedalos. Worth a visit if you have never been there before.
  • The Eagles @ Hyde Park 26/6/22. So close to perfection... They were simply amazing all night until that one we all waited for... Hotel California. Not only did they randomly play it disrespectfully 4th last, they lazily excluded the extended acoustic intro we've all become a custom to. The hands-down signature best and most well known core of what makes the Eagles who they are. They dropped it. Ignored it. Played a shortened loser radio version. And for me, that drops a 10/10 performance to a 9 for the night. I leave the night ever so slightly disappointed where it so so easily could've been perfect one. A shame. But a GREAT night nonetheless and great to spend it with fellow music enthusiasts in an elite venue, Hyde Park.
  • So much green space, right in the heart of London, Serpentine is fabulous and the walks are kept clean and very welcoming, the mound at Marble Arch is lovely and gives you a birds eye view of the surrounding landscape for miles on a clear day. Speakers corner entertaining but can be threatening with many preaching the only way in life is to be Muslim, lots of jostling between different people with different views, uncomfortable at times.
  • It is one of the largest parks in central London. Anyone who visits the city, must go there and have some relaxed moments or have a good stroll. If you have any accompany or not, it attracts all types of visitors. The park has many shades depends on which entrance you are using and how far you are covering. You can be poetic or artist also if you sit down here and watch all the activities of the passers by. There are two lakes, watch the birds or go towards the palace to find some history of monarchy there. If you have a bike of your own or a rented one, just follow the path around the park. What not, it's a must visit for all Londoners and also for the first time visitors or regular ones. It is very near to the tube stations like Hyde park corner, marble arch, bond Street and many more. There are many tfl bus routes as well. It is near the marble arch and Oxford Street. So why to take your car?

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