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Green paradise

A fascinating place in the heart of London. If you are lucky and it's sunny out, you should spend as much time as you can. Londoners lay out on the green and enjoy the chance to spend the afternoon there walking, running, cycling, playing soccer, rowing, cycling ... You can do anything in this green paradise.
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One of the wonders of the world.

Hyde Park is one of the best scenery and the largest open space in London. A wonderful place where people, both London and tourists can ride a bike, walk, lie down on the grass, and even rent chairs for sunbathing (even those I saw lying on sunbeds with umbrella have begun to open rain), you can also rent a rowboat to walk around the central lake. Place where you can disconnect from the noise of the big city, enjoy the silence of nature and admire the beauty of the park. Place of relaxation and admiration for nature. One of the curiosities of Hyde Park are oak benches donated by relatives of a deceased person and frequently went to the park as a place of relaxation, bank that you have recorded the name of the deceased as well as being "a place for eternity. " Is a small oasis in the heart of London for a great diversity of flora and fauna. Trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants proportional rich habitats for songbirds (robins, tits, ...). The abundant pigeons and squirrels threaten the survival of native songbirds. However much I like squirrels and attaching here as it shows a picture of them.

Una de las maravillas del mundo.

Hyde Park es uno de los mejores paisajes y el espacio abierto más grande de Londres. Un maravillo lugar donde la gente, tanto los londinense como los turistas pueden ir en bicicleta, pasear, tumbarse sobre el césped, e incluso alquilar tumbonas para tomar el sol (incluso los he visto tumbados en las tumbonas con el paraguas abierto por haber empezado a llover), también se pueden alquilar una barca de remos para pasear por el lago central. Lugar donde puedes desconectar del ruido de la gran ciudad, disfrutar del silencio de la naturaleza y admirar la belleza del parque.
Lugar de relajación y de admiración por la naturaleza.
Una de las curiosidades de Hyde Park son los bancos de roble donados por familiares de una persona fallecida y que acudía con mucha frecuencia al parque como lugar de relajación, banco al que le han grabado el nombre del fallecido quedando así como “un lugar para la eternidad”.
Es Un pequeño oasis en el corazón de Londres para una gran diversidad de especies de flora y fauna.
Los árboles, arbustos y plantas herbáceas proporcional hábitats ricos para las aves canoras (petirrojo, tetas, …). Las abundantes palomas y ardillas amenazan la supervivencia de los pájaros cantores nativos. A pesar de ello a mi me gustan mucho las ardillas y como muestra de ello ajunto unas fotografía de ellas.
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After a busy day exploring london, th...

After a busy day exploring London, this place is an ideal place to rest, both physically and mentally. It is a delight to watch as squirrels scamper across the grass. One surprise that I took on my visit to this place was to address the meters looking sinks. Accustomed to the information of our country, I followed the trail about the situation told me what I wanted and I had to find a 300 m. And I found one that told me another direction and 600 m. I concluded that indicators guide you to follow through field direction, which here would seem a real sacrilege. It is curious how people occupy the effect placed hammocks for sunbathing or use their break to quietly read a book, on payment of a small fee. The boat used to take a walk by the lake is fed by batteries powered by solar panels on your roof takes.

Después de un ajetreado día de visitas por Londres, este lugar es un sitio ideal para descansar, tanto física como mentalmente. Es una delicia observar a las ardillas como corretean por la hierba.

Una sorpresa que me llevé en mi visita a este lugar fue la de observar los indicadores de direcciones buscando los lavabos. Acostumbrado a las informaciones de los de nuestro país, seguí el sendero que más o menos me indicaba la situación de lo que buscaba y que debía encontrar a 300 m. Y me encontré con otro que me indicaba otra dirección y a 600 m. Llegué a la conclusión de que los indicadores te orientan para que sigas la dirección campo a través, lo que aquí nos parecería un verdadero sacrilegio.

Es curioso observar como la gente ocupa las hamacas colocadas al efecto para tomar el sol o aprovechar su descanso para leer tranquilamente un libro, previo pago de un pequeño importe.

El barquito que se utiliza para dar un paseo por el lago está impulsado por baterías alimentadas por los paneles solares que lleva en su techo.
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The eight royal parks, hyde park is t...

The eight Royal Parks, Hyde Park is the largest (150ha). Like many Anglo-Saxon Park, Hyde Park has an open architecture and beneficial to all, from morning till night, it is open 19h a day. True "green lung" in the heart of London is very popular with athletes and families, with its open spaces and its artificial lake offers many activities: The Serpentine. Known for its historic concerts that saw through the Stones, Blur, Queen and many others, the park is not, however, remains at the architectural level as evidenced by its main entrance: The Hyde Park Corner and its triumphal arch ( Marble Arch). The park has also become a place of culture, over the monuments that have been erected as a memorial to Lady Di, or the Serpentine Gallery. Finally, to overcome the lawn sometimes burned by the sun in summer, chairs were made available in the park for anyone who would want to settle there. Perfect for relaxing while continuing to explore London before moving to the northern end of the famous Oxford Street, or in Kensington Gardens, crossing the Serpentine!

Des huit parcs royaux, Hyde Park est le plus grand (150ha). Comme beaucoup de parc anglo-saxons, Hyde Park présente une architecture ouverte et profitable à tous, du matin au soir, puisqu'il est ouvert 19h par jours. Véritable "poumon vert" au cœur de Londres il est très apprécié des sportifs et des familles, de par ses grands espaces et son lac artificiel qui propose de nombreuses activités: La Serpentine. Réputé pour ses concerts historiques qui ont vu défiler les Stones, Blur, Queen et bien d'autres, le parc n'est cependant pas en reste au niveau architectural comme le prouve son entrée principale: Le Hyde Park Corner et son arc de triomphe (Marble Arch). Le parc est aussi devenu un lieu de culture, au fil des monuments qui y ont été érigés, tels que le mémorial à Lady Di, ou le Serpentine Gallery. Enfin, pour pallier aux pelouse quelques fois brûlées par le soleil en été, des chaises longues ont été mises à disposition dans le parc, pour quiconque aurait envie de s'y installer. Un parfait de moment de détente tout en continuant de découvrir Londres, avant de s'engager à la sortie nord sur la célèbre Oxford Street, ou dans Kensigton Gardens, en traversant la Serpentine!
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Hyde park is a royal park, one of the...

Hyde Park is a royal park, one of the largest in London and the country. It is reached by several subway stations, Hyde Park corner, southeast, south Knightsbridge, Marble Arch to the north east and north west Lancaster Gate. It is bordered by Kensington Gardens, or rather extended, because there is no barrier, if the large lake that is cut through the Serpentine, two, there are limits Kensington garden. Many believe that this is one large area garden. Serpentine lake is 11 hectares, it is crossed by a bridge which is the dividing point between the two gardens. There is a small part, called the Lido, which is open for swimming, the entrance fee. Serpentine will be used for the 2012 Olympics for triathlon swimming test. There is also a race on Christmas morning! The park opens from 5 am to midnight every day of the year. This former royal hunting reserve was opened to the public in 1637. There are several restaurants in the park, cafes, a Boathouse, who rents boats from March to October, and the famous speaker's corner, which is a place where anyone can come to express themselves, and generally brings all marginal London, came to announce their views on the end of the world or the British monarchy. This is not a place where one is protected from the law, but in general it is quite free to say what you think.

Hyde Park est un parc royal, l´un des plus grands de Londres et du pays. On y accède par plusieurs stations de métro, Hyde Park corner, au sud est, Knightsbridge au sud, Marble Arch au nord est et Lancaster Gate au nord ouest. Il est bordé par les jardins de Kensington, ou plutôt prolongé, car il n´y a aucune barrière, si on coupe le grand lac qui le traverse, le Serpentine, en deux, on trouve les limites de Kensington garden.

On croit souvent que cette grande étendue est un seul jardin. Le lac Serpentine fait 11 hectares, il est traversé par un pont qui est le point de division entre les deux jardins. Il y a une petite partie, dite le lido, qui est ouverte a la baignade, l´entrée est payante. Le Serpentine sera utilisé pour les JO de 2012 pour l´épreuve de nage du triathlon. Il y a aussi une course le matin de Noël !

Le parc ouvre de 5 heures du matin a minuit tous les jours de l´année. Cet ancienne réserve de chasse royale a été ouverte au public en 1637.

Il y a plusieurs restaurants dans le parc, des cafés, une Boathouse, qui loue des bateaux de mars a octobre, et le fameux speaker´s corner, qui est un endroit où n´importe qui peut venir pour s´exprimer, et généralement rassemble tous les marginaux de Londres, venus annoncer leur opinion sur la fin du monde ou la monarchie britannique. Ce n´est pas un endroit où on est protégé de la loi, mais en général on est assez libre de dire ce que l´on pense.
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Hyde park is the most famous park in ...

Hyde Park is the most famous park in London and with good reason: 145 acres of beautiful gardens, playgrounds, trees, animals and a lake, and everything in the heart of the British capital! Meters Hyde Park Corner, Marble Arch, Lancaster Gate and Knightsbridge. A perfect place to enjoy the other side of the city, more relaxed, no traffic and totally green. Hyde Park is the largest of the Royal Parks of London and Londoners that they know how to really: Always skaters, cyclists, runners, walkers ... and when it gets crowded sun picnicking, playing or advantage to get a tan. In between is the next Serpentine, XVIII century. You can rent a boat in summer and cross for a half hour 6 lbs.

Hyde Park es el parque más famoso de Londres y no es para menos: 145 hectáreas de hermosos jardines, zonas de recreo, árboles, animales y un lago, y todo en pleno centro de la capital inglesa! Metros Hyde Park Corner, Marble Arch, Knightsbridge o Lancaster Gate.

Un lugar perfecto para disfrutar de la otra cara de la ciudad, más relajada, sin tráfico y totalmente verde.

Hyde Park es el más grande de los parques reales de Londres y esto los londinenses saben aprovecharlo de verdad: Siempre hay patinadores, ciclistas, corredores, paseantes… y cuando hace sol se llena de gente haciendo picnic, jugando o aprovechando para ponerse moreno.

En medio está el lado Serpentine, del siglo XVIII. Podréis alquilar un bote en verano y atravesarlo por unas 6 libras media hora.
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Hyde park

Both times I went to London, I could not help but go through this beautiful park that is also the largest in the center of London (140 hectares). There are so many things to discover there ... Loved eg lake filled with swans and ducks, statues and fountains throughout the trails, squirrels etc.. But I particularly liked the concept of speakers' Corner ("corner of the speaker")! This park is a place where everyone is invited to speak freely on the subject he wants. During one of my visits, there was a music festival held in the park. So I had the great joy to hear the distant voice of Bon Jovi playing on stage while I was walking the aisles of Hyde Park! But many other major rock stars have been there: the Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, Queen or Bruce Springsteen gave concerts in this famous park! In short, a great place and unmissable!

Hyde park

Les deux fois où je suis allée à Londres, je n'ai pas pu m'empêcher de passer par ce magnifique parc qui est aussi le plus grand du centre de Londres (140 hectares).

Il y a tellement de choses à découvrir là bas... J'ai adoré par exemple le lac rempli de cygnes et de canards, les statuettes et les fontaines tout au long des sentiers, les écureuils etc. Mais j'ai tout particulièrement aimé le concept du speakers' Corner (« coin de l'orateur ») ! C'est un endroit du parc où chacun est invité à s'exprimer librement sur le sujet qu'il veut.

Lors d'un de mes passages, il y avait un festival de musique organisé dans le parc. J'ai donc eu l'immense joie d'entendre au loin la voix de Bon Jovi qui jouait sur scène pendant que je me baladais dans les allées de Hyde Park ! Mais beaucoup d'autres grandes stars du rock sont passées par là : les Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, Queen ou encore Bruce Springsteen ont donné des concerts dans ce célèbre parc !

Bref un endroit génial et immanquable !
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Walk through hyde park

I was recently in London for his job but the weekend I took the opportunity to walk around and learn more about one of the most interesting cities in the world. I really wanted to go to Hyde Park to walk, read and photograph and I did. Access is very easy because there is a metro stop very close and from here you enter this huge park. I was surprised by cultural diversity, that are well kept gardens, the diversity of fauna and how lucky I was with time. It is a unique place to stroll and get lost in nature in the heart of London. There are numerous terraces for coffee and you can rent a boat and get lost in the lake. When I will return with a shoe and will roll along the paths of the park where there are many people running.

De paseo por hyde park

Estuve recientemente en Londres por temas de trabajo pero el fin de semana lo aproveché para pasear y conocer mejor una de las ciudades más interesantes del mundo. Tenía muchas ganas de ir a Hyde Park para pasear, leer y fotografiar y así lo hice. El acceso es muy sencillo porque hay una parada de metro muy cerca y desde aquí se accede a este enorme parque. Me sorprendió la diversidad cultural, lo bien cuidado que están sus jardines, la diversidad de fauna y la suerte que tuve con el tiempo. Es un lugar único para pasear tranquilamente y perderte en la naturaleza en pleno corazón de Londres. Hay numerosas terrazas para tomar un café y puedes alquilar una barca y perderte por el lago. Cuando vuelva lo haré con unas zapatillas y rodaré por los caminos de este parque en el que hay mucha gente corriendo.
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The spectacular hyde park has no less...

The spectacular Hyde Park has no less than 142 hectares. The huge park was originally hunting grounds where King Henry VIII deer galloped towards ... Amazing, right? Today the park's flagship London has thousands of things to do. Children can ride ponies, there are tennis courts, fountains, cafés (The Lido is beautiful), a lake where you can rent a boat to paddle, picnic areas, secluded areas where there is only where huge trees and other flowers and shrubs are drawings of incredible colors. In the park you can do whatever you want. I love to cross it from Hyde Park Corner or Alexandra Gate to Cumberland Gate on my way to Notting Hill, a ride that I recommend.

El espectacular Hyde Park tiene nada menos que 142 hectáreas. El inmenso parque fue en su origen tierras de caza donde el rey Enrique VIII galopaba en pos de ciervos… Increíble, ¿verdad? Hoy el parque más emblemático de Londres ofrece mil cosas para hacer. Los niños pueden andar en ponies, hay pistas de tenis, fuentes, cafés (The Lido es precioso), un lago donde alquilar una barca para remar, zonas para hacer picnics, zonas solitarias donde sólo hay enormes árboles y otras donde las flores y los arbustos forman dibujos de increíbles colores.
En el parque puedes hacer lo que tú quieras. A mí me encanta atravesarlo desde Hyde Park Corner o Alexandra Gate hasta Cumberland Gate en mi camino a Notting Hill, un paseo que recomiendo.
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The london central park

Hyde Park is to London what Central Park is to New York, the heart of the city. In total 145 hectares of gardens of Kensington Gardens separated only by the Serpentine lake that divides them. For about five pounds half an hour, you can rent a boat and sailing on the lake. A Hyde Park is about all kinds of people, Londoners and tourists, to relax, hike, play with the kids ... It is the largest park in London, may not be the prettiest but also its central location makes it the most accessible to relax during a hectic tour of the city. A curiosity: It is very interesting to see uniformed soldiers pass through every morning to step Whitehall Road.

El central park londinense

Hyde Park es a Londres lo que el Central Park es a Nueva York, el pulmón de la ciudad. En total 145 Ha de jardines separadas de Kensington Gardens únicamente por el lago Serpentine que los divide. Por unas cinco libras la media hora, es posible alquilar un bote y navegar en el lago.
A Hyde Park se acerca gente de todo tipo, londinenses y turistas, a descansar, pasear, jugar con los niños... No es el parque más grande de Londres, puede que no sea tampoco el más bonito pero su céntrica ubicación lo convierten en el más accesible para relajarse durante una ajetreada visita turística a la ciudad.
Una curiosidad: Resulta muy curioso observar a los soldados uniformados que todas las mañanas lo atraviesan al paso camino de Whitehall.
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It is a little oasis in the heart of ...

It is a little oasis in the heart of London for a wide variety of flora and fauna. It has lots of squirrels scampering from tree to tree and grass. Hyde Park is one of the best scenery and the largest open space in London. A place where people marvel both Londoners and tourists can cycle, walk, lie down on the grass, and even rent chairs for sunbathing, you can also rent a rowboat walk around the central lake. Place where you can disconnect from the noise of the big city, enjoy the silence of nature and admire the beauty of the park. A perfect place to enjoy the other side of the city, more relaxed, and completely traffic-free green environment. It is the largest of the royal parks in London and that they know how Londoners really: There are always skaters, bikers, runners, walkers ...

Es Un pequeño oasis en el corazón de Londres para una gran diversidad de especies de flora y fauna. Tiene un montón de ardillas correteando de árbol en árbol y por el césped.

Hyde Park es uno de los mejores paisajes y el espacio abierto más grande de Londres. Un maravillo lugar donde la gente, tanto los londinense como los turistas pueden ir en bicicleta, pasear, tumbarse sobre el césped, e incluso alquilar tumbonas para tomar el sol, también se pueden alquilar una barca de remos para pasear por el lago central. Lugar donde puedes desconectar del ruido de la gran ciudad, disfrutar del silencio de la naturaleza y admirar la belleza del parque.

Un lugar perfecto para disfrutar de la otra cara de la ciudad, más relajada, sin tráfico y totalmente verde.

Es el más grande de los parques reales de Londres y esto los londinenses saben aprovecharlo de verdad: Siempre hay patinadores, ciclistas, corredores, paseantes…
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The largest park in london

Hyde Park is the largest park in central London, and although it is smaller than Central Park, it is still very large, and even has a lake inside which there are many ducks and sailing a boat. On nice days, it is common to see people sunbathing on the sun loungers there in the park and playing on their extensive lawns. If you visit this beautiful park, a council. Bring a bag of peanuts to attract squirrels, Hyde Park main claim. In the park there is a tour in memory of Princess Diana, being the main place the fountain in his memory.

El mayor parque de londres

Hyde Park es el mayor parque del centro de Londres, y aunque es más pequeño que Central Park, no deja de ser muy grande, e incluso tiene un lago en su interior en el que hay muchos patos y navega un barco.

En días de buen tiempo, es frecuente ver a la gente tomando el sol en las tumbonas gratuitas que hay en el parque y jugando en sus extenso césped.

Si vas a visitar este bonito parque, un consejo. Lleva una bolsa de cacahuetes para atraer a las ardillas, principal reclamo de Hyde Park.

En el parque hay un recorrido en memoria de Diana de Gales, siendo el lugar principal la fuente en su memoria.
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Green lung of london

Here we are in the largest green space in London, it promises a beautiful walk. A large expanse of grass and trees, water plants, squirrels, memorials, a museum ... there's plenty to do! It picnic, you can swim, there is horse riding and of course we will listen to speakers on the London "speaker's corner". It is a well known place that comes alive every Sunday, where it is possible to express ideas, to defend a cause, to criticize the government ... well almost everything is allowed and what or before a crowd of anonymous and curious.

Poumon vert de londres

Nous voici donc dans le plus grand espace vert de Londres, cela promet une belle promenade.
Une grande étendue d’herbe et d’arbres, des plants d’eau, des écureuils, des mémorials, un musée…il y a de quoi s’occuper !
On y pique nique, on se baigne, on fait des promenades à cheval et bien sur on va écouter les orateurs londoniens sur le « speaker’s corner ». C’est un endroit bien connu de tous qui s’anime le dimanche, où il est possible d’exprimer ses idées, de défendre une cause, de critiquer le gouvernement…bref tout est permis ou presque et ce devant une foule d’anonymes et de curieux.
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Peace

Hyde Park is one of the largest parks in central London. The Hyde Park! At one time it was the royal hunting ground, but over the years it became home to duels, horse and even huge potato field during the Second World War! Today the park is surrounded by greenery and you can take a walk through the numerous trails in the park, even on horseback! Admire the beautiful statues of Jacob Epstein, Henry Moore and even the Serpentine Gallery, which exhibits contemporary art. Also remember, the Peter Pan Cup, a unique swimming competition that takes place in the open-enrollment Serpentine Lake on Christmas Day, and whose participants, in addition to shine for the resistance, the vast majority have over 60 years of age .

La pace

Hyde Park è uno dei più ampi parchi del centro di Londra. L’Hyde Park! Un tempo esso era la riserva di caccia reale, ma nel corso degli anni si trasformò in sede di duelli, ippodromo e addirittura enorme campo di patate durante la II guerra mondiale! Oggi il parco è immerso nel verde e sarà possibile fare una passeggiata tra i mille sentieri del parco, anche a cavallo! Da ammirare le belle statue di Jacob Epstein, Henry Moore e anche la Serpentine Gallery, che espone arte contemporanea.
Inoltre da ricordare, la Peter Pan Cup, una singolare gara di nuoto ad iscrizione libera che avviene nel Serpentine Lake il giorno di Natale, ed i cui partecipanti, oltre a brillare per la resistenza, hanno in grande maggioranza superato i 60 anni d'età.
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A day of sun in the park

Hyde Park is one of the largest parks in central London, England and one of the Royal Parks of London, famous for its Speakers' Corner. The park is divided in two by the Serpentine. The park is contiguous with Kensington Gardens; although sometimes assumed to be part of Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens has been technically separate since 1728, when Queen Caroline made a division between the two. Hyde Park has a dimension of 350 acres (140 ha / 1.4 km ²) and Kensington Gardens, 275 acres (110 ha) resulting in a total area of ​​625 acres (250 ha), making it larger than the Principality of Monaco ( 1.96 km ² or 485 acres). Although, during the day, the two seem to merge parks, Kensington Gardens closes at dusk while Hyde Park is open from 5 pm until midnight, including many hours of darkness.

Un día de sol en el parque

Hyde Park es uno de los parques más grandes en Londres central, Inglaterra y uno de los Parques Reales de Londres, famoso por su Speakers' Corner.
El parque está dividido en dos por el lago Serpentine. El parque es contiguo con los Kensington Gardens; aunque a veces se asume que son parte de Hyde Park, los Kensington Gardens han estado técnicamente separados desde 1728, cuando la Reina Carolina hizo una división entre los dos. Hyde Park tiene una dimensión de 350 acres (140 ha/1,4 km²) y los Kensington Gardens de 275 acres (110 ha) resultando en un área total de 625 acres (250 ha), haciéndolo más grande que el Principado de Mónaco (1,96 km² o 485 acres). Aunque, durante el día, los dos parques parecen unirse, los Kensington Gardens cierran al anochecer mientras que Hyde Park permanece abierto desde las 5 de la tarde hasta medianoche, incluyendo muchas horas de oscuridad.
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Hyde Park Phone Number
+442072982100
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Hyde Park Address
Rangers Lodge, Londres W2 2UH, Inglaterra
Rangers Lodge, Londres W2 2UH, Inglaterra
Hyde Park Opening Hours
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