17/06/2015

DAYS OUT | Hyde Park

Hyde Park Rose Garden

When the weather is good, there’s nothing quite like being outdoors or going for a stroll. After a few good days of warm weather and blue skies my friend and I went to Hyde Park for a walk. (We did get a bit carried away with all the ducks, geese and swans, but who wouldnt?)

As one of London’s eight Royal parks, and being so close to Oxford Street and Marble Arch, Hyde Park attracts millions of Londoners and tourists every year.


As well as being a famous landmark, the park is also part of the Diana, Princes of Wales Memorial Walk and home to the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain.

Princess Diana memorial walk Hyde Park

 

Covering over 300 acres of land, you definitely can’t do everything in one day and  feel like you’ve spent an afternoon just relaxing in the peacefulness. Luckily the park is so beautiful and full of exciting things to do, so you can go back over and over without feeling like you’ve ‘seen it all’.

With a range of activities to try, and plenty of good weather ahead, now seems like as good a time as any 🙂

Geese on the Serpentine lake in Hyde park

Hyde Park Serpentine lake

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