Regent’s Park is one of the most popular open spaces which get really crowded on sunny days. The park is large enough so be careful not to get lost. I once got lost and spent 3 hours until I managed to get out. Sounds silly but I didn’t had a GSP phone then in order to guide me to the exit. During spring and summer you’ll get the chance to see amazing bloomed flowers. This park is the perfect spot to escape from the busy city.
Nearby Public Transport: Regent’s Park, Baker Street
Things to see/do around: London Zoo, Camden Market, Queens Mary Gardens, Madame Tussauds, Sherlock Holmes Museum
Hyde Park is one London’s 8 Royal Parks. There are thousands of trees, a large lake, a meadow and ornamental flowers, illustrating beautiful landscape designs. During Christmas period, from November to January, the Winter Wonderland is hosted here
Nearby Public Transport: Lancaster Gate, Hyde Park Corner, Marble Arch
Things to see/do around: Hyde Park, Oxford Street, Harrods, Winter Wonderland (during Xmas period)