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Regent's Park in London lives up to its name and is quite royal, boasting rows of manicured flowers and plants. Full review →
Made up of 166 hectares and has a rose garden with more than 400 varieties of roses. Full review →
Today the 395-acre park, boasting the largest outdoor sports area in central London, draws the athletically inclined from around the city. Full review →
Designed by 18th-century genius John Nash to surround a palace for the Prince Regent (the palace never materialized), this is the most classically beautiful of all London's parks. Full review →
While the Prince Regent (George IV) was a laudanum addict who amassed today’s equivalent of £50 million in debt, his legacy now lies in some of the most aesthetically pleasing spaces in... Full review →In the rain, the Open Air Theatre is your best bet to avoid muddy treks (although bring a waterproof raincoat, as Open Air is self-evident).
The most elaborate and ordered of London’s many parks, this one was created around 1820 by John Nash, who planned to use it as an estate to build palaces for the aristocracy. Full review →
Bordered to the north by Regent's Canal, fine terraces and splendid villas, this is a delighful landscape feature where natural beauty blends with refined artistic tastes. Full review →
Regent's Park is one of London's most popular open spaces, covering 410 acres in north-west London. Full review →