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,
A lovely park to get lost in, right in the heart of London, close to Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey. It has a central lake inhabited by swans, ducks, etc. It is also quite common to see squirrels. It's a beautiful place full
This park next to the St. James park, which is the prettiest in London. In it, a part from a beautiful lake full of ducks and other birds, you'll find trees, plants and flowers. The garden was made to provide a great view for
Kensington Gardens is by far one of the most beautiful places I have seen. Others might disagree, but I often find that true beauty rests in the hands of simplicity. I must have walked around what seemed like a dozen times, and each
I found this magnificent park thanks to Bridget Jones II. The movie starts here and from the moment I saw it, I knew I had to go. Not many people know about it but there are wonderful views and the park is beautiful.
Mohamed Al-Fayed (the owner of Harrods) has erected a small memorial in memory of his son Dodi Al-Fayed and Lady Diana. It is located in an Egyptian area between statues of pharaohs. To access it you have to go down an escalator.
Hampstead Heath is a huge park on the outskirts of London, 6 km north of the capital. Open all day, in fact it has no barriers or anything. Bikes can go on its paths but pedestrian rule and you have to go pretty slowly. It's one of
Greenwich is a lovely quiet neighborhood of London, with parks, market and world-famous observatory. The day we went was a typical London day, gray and threatening rain. We were walking over the park, which though November was packed
We took a bike ride at sunset in the park, one of the best experiences of the trip. A break from the hectic city. In Swan Lake it was as if fluorescent light was falling. They are very used to people and approach in search of food.
Close to Vauxhall Station is Vauxhall Park - it's one of the many parks in the city of London and is much smaller than the huge Hyde Park or Kensington Garden, but it's perfect to take a break during a long visit to the British
A part of these gardens is dedicated to peace and another to war. It is not promoting war obviously, but when you get to the Imperial War Museum, behind Waterloo station, the first thing you see are the two huge canons. Next you have
A stroll through the gardens along the banks of the river is very entertaining as there's so much animation, I suppose because it is a very touristy and busy place close to the London Eye. You can find mimes, juggling demonstrations,
In front of the hotel is the beautiful and enormous Regent's Park, not as well known as Hyde Park but almost more beautiful. In its vast extension are numerous gardens and a huge lake on which to navigate our little boat safely in the
The Buckingham Palace Gardens, also called St James Park, are one of the royal parks in London, located behind Buckingham Palace. It's popular with visitors who come to see it after the Changing of the Guard, every other day at 11am.
Seven Dials is a conjunction of (you guessed it) seven streets in the heart of London’s Covent Garden neighborhood, and it’s a must for upmarket shoppers and diners. The seven street radiating out from the central column are full of
Finsbury Park is a public park in north London, situated in the borough of Haringey. It measures a total of 45 hectares and is one of the first major London parks built in the Victorian era. The park was created in the nineteenth
Queen Charlotte's Cottage was a wedding gift to the Queen when she marry George III of England in 1761. It was at first a simple 1-story villa in the grounds of Richmond, later enlarged, because in the middle of nature the queen felt
One of the largest parks in the City of London, the gardens cover about 2 acres. Originally part of a farm that occupied the site prior to development. Its history. During the nineteenth century, the gardens were about to disappear in
Potters Fields is a small garden in the center of London, on the south bank of the River Thames. It's a place you don't expect to see so near the river, let alone a short walk from Tower Bridge Bridge because it looks like a real
The Victoria Embankment Gardens are situated on the west bank of the Thames, very close to the Golden Jubilee Bridge and Trafalgar Square. The closest subway stops are Charing Cross or Embankment. It is a fairly small garden, but with
The Sunken Garden is a small eighteenth century style garden located next to Kensington Palace. This is where Diana, Princess of Wales spent her last months of life. In 2008, it celebrated nothing more and nothing less than 100 years
A few meters from the constant hustle and bustle of Oxford Street, Soho Square offers visitors a haven of peace and greenery in the heart of the British capital. We particularly like the soothing atmosphere there with all the massive
To visit these beautiful gardens you need to go to Regent's Park, located on Albany Street and enter through the Chester Gate. After crossing the picturesque English gardens, you will find an extensive avenue, carefully decorated with
The big attraction in Covent Garden are the street performers who spend all weekend doing concerts, breathing fire and doing other risky activities. Overall the show lasts about 20 minutes, and the most popular ones attract dozens of
Berkeley Square is a central park which is surrounded by luxury shops and financial institutions. It's in the West End neighborhood in Westminster. They began to construct this area during an urban development phase in the eighteenth
This incredibly beautiful place seems drawn from a British film, at every step we think we might find Hugh Grant with his princess, I think the unforgettable and endless Bennie Hill may have passed here. When the weather allows (not
This pedestrianized square is one of the most famous in London. In the middle of Leicester Square there is a small garden, managed by the City of Westminster. It holds a statue of Shakespeare surrounded by dolphins. At each corner of