We came to the heart of Hyde Park. There are more tourists here, and the cafe by the lake is more elegant against the backdrop of swans, ducks and waterfowls. It is absolutely pleasant to sit in such an environment. Hyde Park is the largest and most famous Royal Park in London. We sit on a bench by the lake, rest for a moment and then walk to the South Bank of the lake. There is a fancy fountain with many children playing around. This fountain pool is called Diana Memorial Fountain. The fountain has no height, but the shape of the ring fountain pool is very unique. It is actually a circular channel with some undulations. It looks like a necklace lying on the green space. The pool water is very shallow, flowing continuously, and it also flows through waterfalls, whirlpools, fountains and so on. It is said that this symbolizes Princess Diana's extraordinary life. In Hyde Park, besides tourists, there are many local people on the lakeside, and the ducks on the lakeside attract our attention with different shapes. In Hyde Park, besides riverside paths, there are tree-lined avenues, bicycle paths and horseback riding paths. Occasionally, horseback riders can be seen passing by. There is a delicate garden in the southeastern direction of Hyde Park. This area is the famous Horn of Hyde Speakers. From this Horn of Hyde, across the road is the tall Wellington Arch. At this time, a large number of tourists can be seen walking through the Arch to Buckingham Palace.
Hyde Park (HYDE PARK) is the most famous park in London. Hyde Park is also Britain's largest Royal Park. Located in the Westminster Abbey (Westminster Abbey) area of central London, the park covers more than 360 acres and belongs to the Westminster Church industry. Before the eighteenth century, this was the King's deer farm. In the 16th century, King Henry VIII used it as a royal park. During the reign of Charles I, Hyde Park was open to the public. In 1851, Queen Victoria held the first London International Fair here. Hyde Park used to be the King's deer farm in history, and later became a venue for racing cars and horse racing. There is also a famous Royal post road in the park, with huge trees on both sides of the road. The whole road is like a green "tunnel". In the eastern heart of the Thames, Hyde Park connects Kensington Park to the West and Green Park to the east, forming a luxurious green space in London. There is a marble triumphal arch in the northeast corner of Hyde Park and Wellington Arch in the Southeast corner, but the most famous one should be the Speaker's Corner. As a historical symbol of British democracy, citizens can speak on any topic related to national economy and people's livelihood. This tradition continues to this day. Hyde Park covers an area of 1.6 million square meters. It is the largest Royal Park in London and the most famous park in London. It was the King's deer-hunting farm before the 18th century and was later converted into a park. There is a famous "Freedom Forum" in Hyde Park, also known as "Speech Corner", which is a place where public speech can be made. There are often impromptu speeches and almost annual large-scale open-air summer concerts are held here. There is a cavalry camp in Hyde Park at the south end of Hyde Park. The first thing we see in the morning is horse training. There are fountains and sculptures built in Hyde Park to commemorate the unknown heroes who died in the war. To the west of Hyde Park is Kensington Park. In Kensington Park, visitors can visit the Kensington Palace where Princess Diana once lived.
I'm sure everyone who travels to London has heard of it. London's large parks, grasslands, trees, rivers, a quiet leisure place in the bustle. It's rare to be downtown. Of course, if tourists are looking for scenic spots, they can also go to the famous speech corner, which was a busy place to deliver speeches many years ago. Now Hyde Park is more of a resting place. When it's sunny, people in the park bask on the lawn, tease ducks and swans by the river, and many run. Occasionally, people can be seen riding by. Very casual.
Hyde Park, a Londoner's treasure, has different scenes in spring, summer, autumn and winter: biking in the garden in spring, picnicking on the grass, feeding swans and ducks in Serpentine Lake; Hyde Park is the most famous park in London. Hyde Park is the largest Royal Park in Britain. Located in the heart of London, the Westminster Church area covers more than 360 acres and belongs to the Westminster Church industry. Before the eighteenth century, this was the King's deer farm. In the 16th century, King Henry VIII used it as a royal park. During the reign of Charles I, Hyde Park was open to the public. Rock and roll at the British Summer Time Music Festival in summer and practice skateboarding and horse riding in the garden; read red leaves in autumn and take literary and artistic photos; Winter Wonderland has Christmas fairs, skating rinks and motor Park in winter, where even Zhou Dong has romantically proposed to marry!
Take the subway to MARBLE ARCH and then to Hyde Park. He has many doors. I think this station is better. Hyde Park is the most famous park in London and the largest Royal Park in Britain. There is a Sainsbury" s supermarket across the street before entering. We bought a lot of food, sandwiches, Indian box lunch, beer, yogurt, potato chips, cola and juice. It took less than 10 pounds. We happily entered Hyde Park. After entering the park, we walked left, there was a public toilet for about 5 minutes, and then we walked along the lake. There were ducks, swans and Mandarin ducks. Pigeons, all kinds of green should be blue and super-beautiful in the sky. Involuntarily humming out "the mist in the sky comes carelessly, the river is as quiet as oil painting, and the pigeons are lazy, biting the clouds and secretly clearing up" picnicking in the park, walking and enjoying the sunshine in the blue sky.
In the morning Hyde, the birds are flying, the lake is clear, and the squirrels are running naughtily. It is hard to imagine such a green lung in the capital of the world. The runners and cyclists who follow each other make you feel the infinite vitality of the metropolis. However, there are riders coming, as if to let you through the classical era. Tell you London is London.
Hyde Park is the largest and most famous Royal Park in London. It is also a good place for local people to enjoy leisure and recreation. There are many leisure restaurants and cafes in Hyde Park. It has British and foreign flavor. In late autumn, a drop of golden leaves is very suitable for shooting.
I went to Hyde Park at night, just before Christmas Eve. At that time, there were many colorful lights, and all kinds of entertainment facilities were open very well and very busy. This feeling was totally different from that in amusement parks. It always felt very close to life. It might feel the other side of British humour and enthusiasm.
Hyde Park is the most famous park in London. Hyde Park is the largest Royal Park in Britain. In the 16th century, King Henry VIII used it as a royal park. During the reign of Charles I, Hyde Park was open to the public. At the busiest time of the year, the King's birthday was celebrated with a salute ceremony. At that time, Hyde Park was beautiful and colorful. The audience gathered in all directions like a tide. At 11 a.m., the Royal Artillery and Horses came to the parade from the marble archway. After 41 salutes were fired, the Gunners loaded their cannons in a carriage, then flew on their horses and headed for the camp north of London. Of the 41 salutes, 21 were to celebrate the king's birthday and 20 were to salute the capital, London.