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Top 5 free activities in London for an amazing time !

London is the most populous city of England and the United Kingdom ! There are so many activities to do that you could not choose in between everyone of those. That’s why we made a selection of free activities just for you !

Crystal Palace Park

Thicket Road, London SE19 2GA

First activity in London listed is the Crystal Palace park. It is located in Bromley’s, a suburb of London. It hosted the Crystal Palace until 1936, when it burnt.
The park is the biggest in the area. It is used for cultural and sporting events. It is a very nice public park with woodland, children’s play area and many leisure facilities such as cafe, sand play area, dinosaur trail and sculptures, toilets and a car park.
You can enjoy gorgeous walk next to the lake and admire beautiful landscapes. There is plenty of space for everyone to find its well-being and organize a good picnic!

Crystal Palace Park UK

Crystal Palace Park in London

Crystal Palace Park

Crystal Palace Park

Holland Park and Kyoto Japanese garden

Holland Park Ave, Kensington, London W11 4UA

Second activity listed is the Holland park, a paradise of calm and greenery in the Kensington & Chelsea District. The park contains one of the best-equipped playgrounds in London, squirrels (as in every London parks), a famous orangery, a cricket ground, the Kyoto Japanese garden, tennis courts, a youth hostel and even Peacocks!
The park is central so it is the perfect way to escape the high-speed Londoner life. It is reputed to be a green peace oasis in Central London. Easy to reach from Notting Hill or High Street Kensington, it’s the perfect place to visit on a hot summer’s day.

Hyde Park

London W2 2UH

Third, no need to present the famous Hyde park! it is almost London national green emblem!
Hyde Park is the largest park in central London as well as one of the nine royal parks in the capital, with a length of more than two kilometers and nearly one kilometer wide. You will discover there many famous landmarks including the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain.
Have a stroll along the Serpentine Lake, discover the Speakers’ Corner and London’s wall too! You can even go for a horse ride or have a swim…

Regent’s Canal

Then, let’s talk about the Regent’s Canal ! It runs through central London in its northern part. The Regent’s Canal begins in Little Venice, passes under the tunnels of Maida Hill and Lisson Grove. It crosses the northern part of Regent’s Park, and the London Zoo to cross Camden Town and then King’s Cross. It then continues eastward to Victoria Park where it joins the Hertford Union Canal, then heads south and ends up meeting the Thames.
The Regent’s Canal is one of London’s best-kept secrets – it is considered as a peaceful haven as it is often hidden by the surrounding buildings… Boat tours are regularly available, between Camden Town and Little Venice by the waterbus.

A view along Regent’s Canal, somewhere between Camden Lock and Regent’s Park.

Sky Garden

1 Sky Garden Walk, London EC3M 8AF

Last, but not least : The Sky garden ! At 150 meters high, the Sky Garden offers a 360 ° view of London. The Sky Garden is in the heart of the City in London, at the top of 20 Fenchurch Street. The tower is locally known as the Walkie-Talkie. With its 38 floors, is the fifth tallest completed building in the City of London.
The “garden roof” is a magical place where you can relax, have a drink, and admire London skyline!
It is a good plan in London since the entrance is free!

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