Parks

St James’s Park is at the very heart of London. It includes The Mall and Horse Guards Parade and also provides the setting for spectacular pageants, such as the annual Trooping the Colour.
Closest Tube: St James’s Park

One of London's best-kept secrets, Victoria Park is a fantastic place to spend an afternoon and is also home to summer festivals, such as Field Day.
Closest Tube: Mile End

Undoubtedly, the most famous park in London. It has a lot of different activities, such as horse riding, boating, putting, bowls, tennis, riding, cycling and skating, so you have a lot to choose from!
Closest Tube: Hyde Park Corner

Every year, millions of people visit this park, which is the largest of the capital's eight Royal Parks and the biggest enclosed space in London. It’s also home to Isabella Plantation, an incredible exotic garden.
Closest Tube: Richmond

Primrose Hill is located on the northern side of Regent's Park. If you reach the top of the hill, you’ll have a very beautiful view of London, which is so worth the trek up there.
Closest Tube: Chalk Farm/Camden

Holland Park is about 22 hectares and is considered one of the most romantic and peaceful parks of West London. It also has a Japanese garden, Kyoto Gardens, highly recommended!
Closest Tube: Holland Park

Description: Head to Parliament Hill, one of the highest points in London for stunning views! Weather permitting, Hamsptead Ponds are a mandatory stop, 3 different swimming ponds - one for men, one for women and one mixed.
Closest Tube: Tufnell Park

Description: Greenwich Park is a breath of fresh air, away from touristy spots. If you go to the top of the hill, you’ll have the best views of the City!
Closest DLR: Cutty Sark