Host to road cycling in the 2012 Olympics, Regent's Park is part of London's Royal Parks collection, and is a short walk away from Primrose Hill. The northern side of the park contains the London Zoo, which houses over 755 species of animal. Regent's College, Queen Mary's Gardens, a lake, and St. John's Lodge and nine villas are all attractions living within Regent's Park. Primrose Hill is a scenic hill with an impressive view of London, and is also one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in the city.
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The Regent’s Park combines large open spaces with tree-lined pathways, formal gardens, and four children’s playgrounds. It has excellent sports facilities, and contains central London’s largest outdoor sports area.
Walk through the elegant flowerbeds in the Avenue Gardens, see more than 12,000 roses in Queen Mary’s Gardens, or hire a rowing boat and join the ducks on the boating lake. Visit the Open Air Theatre and London Zoo, then take a stroll up Primrose Hill for excellent views of the London skyline.
The park also provides a warm welcome for wildlife. It has a large wetland area and is home to around 100 species of wild bird and a breeding population of hedgehogs. #london
London's The Regent's Park, once the Royal Garden, is London's second largest park. It used to be a royal private garden. It is now open to the public. There are many roses and squirrels in the park. You can take pictures in London. Transportation: Take the brown BAKERLOO line to Regent's Park station.
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After the Regent's Park subway station comes out, you can walk to a specific park along the signs, very large design, and walk freely when there is no black in the autumn, the scenery is good. The leaves in London are rarely cleaned, so the deciduous landscape is surprisingly comfortable, and London in the fall is really fascinating!