The most amazing park in London. Full of nature and animals.
I absolutely love this park. So blessed to live super close, so I walk there for hours, nearly every day. The rose garden area is lovely. I wish I had discovered it sooner. The Italian gardens are als...
This Charming Hotel, luxurious in every corner. The Magnificent Entre Chandelier was exquisite. A delightful Holiday Retreat that no longer exists for the Hyde Park corridor. Everything is happening ...
It seems slightly silly to review a park, but I've lived in London for a few years and had never actually been! It's beautiful, lots of green space, and if you bring some seeds you can feed the wild p...
It’s almost hard to fathom just how big Hyde Park is when you look at it on a map. It’s huge and such an amazing experience walking through it taking in all the various little gardens and areas that i...
One of our ultimate favourite cities, we can never miss a chance to visit London. The kids love bustling Oxford Street and picturesque Hyde Park during any season. We can't get enough of the local pubs serving modern gastropub fare and there are enough historical sights to keep you busy for days. The best part about London is the variety of neighborhoods from bohemian Notting Hill to trendy Shoreditch and classy Chelsea. Every corner has it's own charm and culture to explore. Make sure to sample a classic English breakfast and roast while you are there, check out the exhibits at the Tate Modern, sample mouthwatering fare at Borough Market, and visit Harrods for the food hall and toy selection. A perfect treat for any family vacation.
Feeding pigeons to Hyde Park is one of the things that I am most looking forward to and I like to do on my travels.
This bag of toast is brought from China, but then one has no chance to eat
may almost expire But I feel that I lost the waste, so the whole package was taken to feed the pigeons
Photos. In the park, a group of international students who came to study in the UK helped me to shoot
because they also wanted to feed the pigeons and asked me for a piece of toast
me. Holding toast all the way all the way to the back throwing toast
attracting countless grids followed me across the entire Hyde Park
only that moment I attracted the attention of the entire park
never will Forget to follow my greedy pigeons along the small lake in Hyde Park
even if there are swan and lazy black duck
not interested in bread but curious squirrel
then I I am looking forward to the fact that I can have unlimited time and endless bread crumbs
feeding them all day without feeling tired
riding a bicycle or a child's scooter
chasing a flying bird. Is a paradise in London
The beautiful Hyde Park
today's itinerary is relatively loose. In fact, the whole trip to Sydney is relatively relaxed. When you wake up to sleep naturally, you can check out at 10 o'clock on time and store your luggage, because you have to fly to Melbourne this evening. Today's weather is super good. We walked to the nearby Hyde Park, just a few steps away from the city. It was built in 1810 and has a history of more than 200 years. There are large clean lawns, towering trees for more than 100 years, parks. At the center is a uniquely designed fountain, the Archibald Fountain, built to commemorate the French-Australian alliance in World War I.
Hyde Park is Australia's oldest park, where visitors can not only see a large number of sculptures and buildings, but also the history of this modern city of Sydney. Its also a pleasant thing to stroll in the quiet old statues and lush woods in the afternoon. The
Archibald Fountain is located on the north side of Hyde Park and is recognized as Australia's most beautiful public fountain. Built to commemorate the Australian-French alliance during World War I, the Archibald Fountain is now not only a favorite filming location for tourists, but also the most frequent performances and speeches of street performers in Sydney and public gatherings.
Hyde Park is one of London's most famous Royal Parks. It is neighbored by Buckingham Palace. Historically, the park was the hunting ground for the King of England. Later on, it became a venue for horse racing and automobile racing. It was opened to the public late in the 16th century. People come here to jog, rent a pedal boat, work out, skateboard, play tennis or walk their dogs. You can stroll about with friends and family and get a glimpse of how British people relax. You can always rent a bicycle to explore the 350-acre park and stop for coffee and a snack at a lakeside cafe.