Hyde Park

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Hyde Park , London Overview

Hyde Park is visited by millions of tourists and local people every year and it is one of the eight royal parks in London. The Hyde Park covers an area of 350 acres and is home to a number of famous landmarks like the Serpentine Lake, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain and the Speaker's corner. There are also other recreational activities in the park.

Hyde Park in London is one of the largest city parks in the entire world, covering an area of 142 hectares. It is home to over 4000 trees, a meadow, a large lake and beautiful flower gardens. This is a place which has something in store for each and everyone. Various activities like swimming, boating, cycling and skating can be done here. There are also grounds for games like tennis, horse riding and many more. There are two lakeside restaurants in the park which serve everything from a coffee to a full course meal. There are numerous fascinating buildings and monuments within the park like the Joy of Life Fountain, Archiles Statue, The Serpentine Bridge, etc. On Sundays, one can visit the Speaker's corner to listen to the most popular orators of the city.

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Hyde Park Reviews

8 months ago by Pranjali Kureel

I visited Hyde Park in the month of July which is just the perfect time to visit as the weather is just pleasant and hundreds of beautiful flowers adorn the gardens. I went there with a friend but realized that the place would be perfect if one wants to spend some quality time with their lover or go on a picnic with the family. The beauty of this park cannot be described in words. I clicked some of my best photographs here. Kensington Gardens, which were once a part of Hyde Park is a place I felt I could spend a lifetime sitting in. The large number of swans and ducks swimming in the lake and walking around in the peaceful atmosphere, in front of the Kensington Palace is something you wouldn't want to miss out on!

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