Why you should visit Hyde Park

Every year, millions of travellers visit London and take the time to explore the beautiful royal park known as Hyde Park. Covering three hundred and fifty acres, the park is home to many landmarks. Here visitors will find the Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain, the Speakers Corner, the Serpentine Lake, and much more. But it’s not just that – the park also provides visitors with numerous recreational activities that include boating, cycling, tennis, horse riding and sailing.

Hyde Park

The latter activity is perhaps one of the most popular, most probably because it’s so convenient for travellers to enjoy. For a small fare, families or couples can hop on a boat and ride across the large lake.

If you want to enjoy the nature part of London in its full glory, we recommend you do your best to arrange your holiday so that you arrive in the summer. Not only will you have the benefit of being able to enjoy a nap on the deck chairs, experience the delights of a picnic, but you’ll also be able to enjoy your holiday in the city more carefree.

For whatever reason, when travellers visit any city for that matter in the winter, they tend to be a little less carefree than they would be if they visited in the summer. It makes sense considering that the sunshine, clinically has been shown to improve happiness levels and overall mood. But it’s also the fact that you don’t have to worry about bringing extra layers, which means you can travel to the city a little lighter, and roam the city feeling lighter too. For an accommodation near Paddington station, we recommend the Paddington Court Executive Rooms.

With a beautiful green, lush, landscape – visiting Hyde Park for a mere brisk walk will automatically make you feel great. There’s something that can be said for taking walks in nature, and there’s evidence to suggest that nature provides us with certain forms of positive energy. In the busy of the metropolis of London, being close to a delightful park is a welcome bonus. You’ll also be able to enjoy your fair share of ice cream, enjoy a nice meal right by the river bank, or camp with family and friends on a hot, sizzling summer day. Thankfully, you’ll find the central location to be perfect for shopping, with Oxford Street and Regents Street within walking distance.

 

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