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Regent's Park, London

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#3 of 182 in Parks in London
Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Once hunting grounds for Henry VIII, Regent's Park is a historic fine-weather resting place, and upper-crust residence, for Londoners. The landscaped park is ribboned with paved walking and cycling routes that are wide enough to share with other pedestrians. Bring a blanket and a picnic to enjoy a bite near the shores of the manmade lake, where swans drift atop the water. While in the area, look for architectural gems, such as the International Student's House, Regent's Park College, and numerous villas and terraces that decorate the acreage. The park has its own Tube station, so it's easy to reach from anywhere in London. Plan my day in London using traveler tips and tourist information provided by Inspirock.
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  • Had great walk in the park and enjoyed the fresh air. It was quite relaxing after a hectic week. Truly a little piece of Heaven in London.  more »
  • Great opportunity to spend some time in the open air in the heart of London. Lots of hidden private corners, running tracks. You can probably meet lovely beautiful friendly squirrels and lots of...  more »

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