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Hyde Park
Hyde Park

Hyde Park

9.0293 reviews
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Ranked #7 in London things to do
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London W2 2UH, UK
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https://www.royalparks.org.uk/parks/hyde-park
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Host to the triathlon in the 2012 London Olympics and one of London's main green spaces, Hyde Park is full of activity. Whether you prefer horse riding or gazing at fine art at the Serpentine Gallery, ... Read more
Hyde Park offers more than 350 acres of scenery. The only thing you won't find is a hunting party thundering through in pursuit of wild boar - that sort of fun was restricted to the days of King Henry.

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Beautiful and big park with lots of different things to see, even a museum. Strategically located and easy to get to.

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Sydney, Australia

A great place to wonder and explore. If you're visiting in summer it's a perfect spot to lay out and soak up the sun.

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Austin, Texas, USA

Must visit! Hyde Park is busy on the weekends and when it’s sunny, but does not feel like a tourist spot. It’s absolutely beautiful to see in the summer. Cafes and bars in the park too if you’re keen for a latte or pimms.

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Stockholm, sverige

Awesome park if it’s good weather. Sometimes they have huge music festivals, with lots of artists and food. Try to catch one of them.

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Houston, Texas, USA

Hyde Park is great for a walk or bike ride. If you can find it, search out the Italian water fountains. Absolutely stunning!

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Local from London, UK

Best way to spend few hours on a sunny day! Is a bit chilly at this time of the year but still love the greenery, swan and amazing colors being outdoor! Love it :)

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Singapore, Singapore

I personally find Hyde Park the least personal of the London parks - perhaps because of its size

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Marsaxlokk

Hyde Park is the largest park in central London. It is a multi use park but personally I love it because it offers serenity in a very fast-paced city.

The park itself is divided by the Serpentine and the Long Water. There are a number of statues and memorials around the park, the most famous one now probably being the Diana Princess of Wales Memorial.

For different reasons the park is frequented by locals, local workers and tourists alike.

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Always worth a visit if you want to enjoy the open spaces and clear your head. About 15-20 minute walk from the apartment.

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New Haven

This park is huge but not much to look at. Kensington palace and gardens are here, but it was closed when I got there. It's a great place for a long run without having to deal with the traffic.

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Annecy, France

Hyde Park is one of the great lungs of London, providing fresh air, flowers, celebratory events, personal sports, and respite from a London that can become just a little bit too hectic.

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Local from London, UK

Hyde park is best in spring when there are often a million dandelions in bloom. Speakers corner is located at the Marble Arch end. It's the most central London park, but I prefer Hampstead Heath.

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Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

I saw New Order play here a few years ago so have happy memories. A nice and iconic park

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Gurgaon

A very warm park for a lovely sunny London day. There's a speakers corner here where anyone gets in the center and begins speaking of anything that fancies them. Be sure to check out that corner in the park!

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The San Francisco Bay Area, California, USA

Hyde Park is an absolutely lovely park in the heart of London. It's a huge park and it's perfect for a stroll! Also, they host large events here like Winter Wonderland, a winter carnival and Christmas market.

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Glasgow, UK

An enormous park with miles upon miles of paths, a gallery, cafes, boating lake and much more. It's easy to spend hours in this place and well worth a visit for any outdoor enthusiasts. There are also some magnificent monuments and memorials around the periphery to check out.

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Local from London, United Kingdom

London's Hyde Park is one of the greatest city parks in the world. It has something for everyone. You can enjoy swimming, boating, cycling and skating. There are pitches for team games, tennis courts, tracks for horse riding and a spectacular children’s playground.

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Tulsa, Oklahoma

Hyde park is a great place to step outside of the craziness that can be visiting London.

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Los Angeles, California, USA

One of the most beautiful parks I've ever visited. It's HUGE so take if you have time, take day to walk around. Lovely place to have a picnic or just sit and people watch.

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Verona, Italy

Entering Hyde Park you'll immediately forget about the car horns, the noise and the traffic of London streets. The park is really big, with a lot of differents paths that lead you to the Serpentine Lake, the Serpentine Gallery or the Princess Diana Memorial, where you can find kids running into the water of the Diana's Memorial Monument in summer. You can sit and have a break in one of the bars near the Lake, or rent a boat and sail across it. Pay attention cause the park is really big and you won't realize how much you re walking. If you don't feel like walking so much, better hire one of the Boris' bikes :)

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