Discover incredible London wildlife, beautifully designed gardens and of course, plenty of space for summer picnics and walks in London’s parks！ As well as being perfect for relaxing, London’s parks offer pcople plenty of things to do and activitics to enjoy, not to mention somc of the most breathtaking views. Below are some of London’s biggest and best parks.
Regent’s Park Stop and smell the roses in the beautiful gardens at Regent’s Park. Covering about 166
hectares, Regent’s Park was mainly designed in 1811 by the famous architect John Nash.
Alongside extremely attractive formal gardens, this park has boating lake, playgrounds and the largest outdoor sports area in London, plus the Open Air Theatre.
Victoria Park Head to Victoria Park, or Vicky Park if you ask local, to explore the canals, ponds and pavilions in the capital’s first public park. Near Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, you’ll find plenty of places for sport, plus you can dance to live music at All Points East festival each summer.
Greenwich Park Stop off in London’s oldest Royal Park, Greenwich Park, for breathtaking views over the River Thames and the City of London. The former hunting park is still home to a small herd of deer, as well as the Prime Meridian Line, Royal Observatory, and several cafes.
Clapham Common Jog around one of London’s largest flat open spaces, Clapham Common, or simply relax in the sun by one of the three ponds. Check out the skate park, cosy pubs, tennis courts，