After 6 months away, it was a treat to walk in this lovely park with it's magnificent trees & well maintained paths.Cyclists & dogs are limited, thank God!Nice benches to sit at & have a little picnic!Could do with a toilet though!Royal Park must have a Royal Toilet!
Green Park is nothing to see, but it's just a little closer to Buckingham Palace. The entire Green Park is basically grass and trees. It doesn’t look very beautiful, but there are still many people
I personally like the environment like Green Park, especially the one with a very large lawn. The scenery is quite good. In addition, the weather has been really good these days when we went to London. Everyone just basked on the grass in Green Park. Don't want to go
GREEN PARK is one of London's royal gardens. It looks like old trees, lawns, walking paths and seats, little squirrels running around, and bustling local residents or tourists for leisure, but it is close to Buckingham Palace, maybe Just ran into royal members for a walk. There is a gallery outside Green Park, and various paintings with British and London characteristics are hung on the iron fence. There is a pool in the park, a commemorative plaque commemorating Canadians coming to Britain to participate in World War I and World War II. It is also a memorial to the heroes who died in the Second World War. Unique design, slope pool, gurgling water, maple leaves can be seen at the bottom of the pool. In the early autumn of August, the golden yellow leaves fill the pond, and the green leaves will be reflected in the spring season, which is full of vitality. At the end of Green Park is Buckingham Palace, many people go to Buckingham Palace to watch the changing of the guard walk through the park.
Are the parks in London open all day for free? ! It's really great. There are so many squirrels. The kids love it. The plants here are also very beautiful, without the harassment of tour groups, they are all beautiful!