London is known for its beautiful parks and green spaces, providing a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Explore London’s Best Parks on your next trip and recharge your batteries. Imagine a picknick against the backdrop of Buckingham Palace with the sun shining. Awesome!

Find a list of some of the best parks in London here:


Hyde Park: This is one of London’s most famous parks, covering a vast area in the heart of the city. It offers a lake, walking and cycling paths, the Serpentine Gallery, and numerous recreational activities. Its also home to Kensington Palace, the Diana Memorials, and the magnificent Italian Gardens. A must visit!

Regent’s Park: Known for its stunning rose gardens, Regent’s Park also houses the London Zoo and offers a picturesque boating lake. Primrose Hill, within the park, provides panoramic views of the city and offers nice cafes and pubs. It’s so around here and definitely one of London’s best parks.


Kew Gardens: Officially known as the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s famous for its diverse plant collections, stunning architecture, and treetop walkway. Stunning and vast this park is mind-blowing. Explore one of London’s Best Parks together with it famous Botanical Garden.

Richmond Park: This is the largest of London’s Royal Parks and is known for its deer population. Created in the 17th century it’s now a wildlife conservation area. It offers picturesque landscapes, and numerous walking and cycling trails. And visit cute Richmond centre known for its cute architecture and great dining.


Greenwich Park: Located in the historic Greenwich area, this park offers fantastic views of the city from its hill. It’s also home to the Royal Observatory and the Prime Meridian Line. In addition there is the famous Greenwich market, the Cutty Sark, and the world famous Old Naval College. A great half day trip best done by Thames ferry.

Hampstead Heath: Located in North London, Hampstead Heath is a hilly, natural park with meadows, woodlands and one of the few swimming ponds. Come on a hot summers day to refresh and then chill out by the Lido letting the world go by. The perfect way to end your London Intro Walk with us. 


Victoria Park: Often called “Vicky Park” by locals, this east London park has a lake, a cafe, sports facilities, and hosts various events throughout the year. And while there you must visit the close by Olympic Park and then visit the ubertrendy London Fields. The latter is the authors favourite on a Saturday afternoon when its buzzing with energy.

St. James’s Park: This park is located near Buckingham Palace and features a picturesque lake with swans, as well as the famous Horse Guards Parade. Pretty and picturesque it’s fully kitted out with deck chairs if you need a break from your London walks.


These are just a few of London’s many parks, each with its unique charm and attractions. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing stroll, a picnic spot, or some family fun, London’s parks offer something for everyone.

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