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Parks & Nature in London

Are you looking to escape the hustle and bustle of London and immerse yourself in the beauty of nature? Look no further than the city's stunning parks and green spaces. From the iconic Hyde Park to the tranquil Kew Gardens, London has something for every nature lover. Want to know the best parks in London for a picnic? Keep reading to discover the top spots for enjoying the great outdoors in the UK capital.

1. Hampstead Heath, London

Hampstead Heath Trees

Where sports, recreation, and nature meet - the largest area of common land in the capital. The park that inspired C.S. Lewis to write The Chronicles of Narnia, and a the subject of many of Constable's finest paintings.

2. Hyde Park, London

Hyde Park Walkthrough

Perhaps London's most famous park. There is much to see and do: from browsing the Serpentine Gallery and Pavillion to swimming and boating. Relax throughout and allow plenty of time to explore all 350 acres.

3. Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Home to the London Stadium, which hosts many live entertainment events, this park and sporting complex was built to host the 2012 Summer Olympics. Today, patrons can enjoy concerts, swim, and a variety of museums.

4. Victoria Park, London

Victoria Park Flowers

The largest park in Tower Hamlets, the green space comprises a lake, playgrounds, sports facilities, flowerbeds, and two cafes. The popular park is also used as a concert venue and hosts many festivals each year.