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Primrose Hill, London

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Primrose Hill is a hill of 78.1 m located on the northern side of Regent's Park in London, and also the name given to the surrounding district. The hill summit has a clear view of central London, as well as Hampstead and Belsize Park to the north. Nowadays it is one of the most exclusive and expensive residential areas in London and is home to many prominent residents.The Primrose hill district is surrounded by the affluent areas of St John's Wood to the west, Swiss Cottage to the north west, Belsize Park to the north, Chalk Farm to the north east, Camden Town to the east and Regent's Park itself lies adjacent to the south of the hill itself. The nearest stations to Primrose Hill are Chalk Farm tube station to the north east and Swiss Cottage tube station to the north west. The defunct Primrose Hill railway station that sit on the railway lines that separate the Primrose Hill area from Camden Town.Amenities of the hill include an outdoor gym known as the Hill Trim Trail, a children's playground, and toilets, all located on the south side near Primrose Hill bridge which connects to London Zoo and Regent's Park.
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  • You can find a lot of nice spots in London but there is nothing like Primrose hill. Between Camden and Regent's Park this is the perfect spot to finish the day after a walk in the park or a busy day a...  more »
  • Rather than paying a fortune, the London eye, and for a different view, climb Primrose Hill to no Hyde park, it was my combination for my jogging (Primrose Hyde..) In short, nice park like the majority of London parks.
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  • London is not only the busy city that many know, with his cars, taxis and buses. A few kilometres from the heart of London's capital, stands a hill of 78 meters. I'm talking about Primrose Hill (Hill of Primroses), situated to the North of Regent's Park, North of Londra.La Hill is located in the District of the same name. The place is really cute and it is recommended for those who want to take a break and relax. The Hill offers a breathtaking view over the city centre, from where you can take beautiful photos. As was the case for Regent's Park, this area was part of the vast game reserve dedicated to King Henry VIII of England and later became Crown property. Those who know Primrose Hill calls it a lovely quiet area. I mean the place worth visiting. On one side of the Hill Victorian-style buildings are situated, cosmetically very nice. It has always been considered a refined area, inhabited by the wealthy bourgeoisie. Not surprisingly in this area lived characters considered important not only for the British capital, but also in the world. And even now, walking, you might meet Director Tim Burton, the actress Helena Bonham Carter, actress Eva Green, the actor Jude Law, EwanMcGregor actor, actress Sienna Miller, the model Kate Moss ... ... Reach Primrose Hill is very simple. Take the Northern Subway Line, get off at Chalk Farm and follow the signs to the Park, just a few minutes ' walk away.
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