There’s no doubt that Hyde Park is one of the most beautiful spots of London sightseeing! It covers 350 square meters and is one of the 8 royal city parks of the city.
I walked through the park on a sunny but cold day of February, having in mind to take a few pictures. Despite the early of the hour, the park was full of life with local walkers as well as tourists.
Hyde Park is one of the largest parks in the world. That’s reason enough to be included in the list of most visited sites in London. Every visitor that respects its reputation has to get to know this place better while visiting the city and experience the magic of being transferred to the countryside while still in the very heart of London.
There’s nothing more relaxing than the view of the Hyde Park Lake. If you love exercising, this is the perfect place to do so! Even if sports is not your thing, a simple walk will just make you relax and uplift your spirits! This is a park so huge that despite the extreme number of visitors per day, you will never feel crowded. You may walk or run with plenty of room around at all times!
My own kind of walk was of the relaxing kind. I enjoyed the fresh air and took a few photos of various park corners that caught my eye. I hope to be able and visit it soon again so I can enjoy an even longer walk in beautiful Hyde Park, right in the heart of the city of London!