London is one of the greatest cities to visit for its historical attractions, culinary experiences, and urban parks. If you’re visiting London for the first time, we’d suggest including Hyde Park in your travel itinerary. Located in close proximity to Bayswater, it is the largest park in central London and home to several iconic landmarks, including Diana Memorial Fountain, Kensington Palace, and Speakers Corner. Here are five recommended things to do around Hyde Park, London:
1. TAKE A MULTICULTURAL WALK IN BAYSWATER.
Located between Notting Hill and Paddington, Bayswater is a vibrant neighbourhood filled with shops, cafés, and businesses from around the world. Here, you can try a variety of international cuisines, or browse unique trinkets and organic groceries. Just a short walk away, you’ll find the famous Portobello Road Market, the largest antique market in the world.
2. TOUR HYDE PARK AND KENSINGTON PALACE.
A visit to London is not complete without touring Hyde Park. Located just a 6-minute walk from Berjaya Eden Park London Hotel, the park offers a chance to take in the beautiful natural surroundings, see iconic monuments, and even participate in public speaking at Speakers’ Corner. Here’s a map of Hyde Park so you can plan where to start.
3. WALK ALONG RIVER THAMES OR TAKE A RIVER BOAT CRUISE.
The River Thames is the lifeblood of London, and its history is intertwined with the city’s own. If you prefer to walk, start from Hyde Park, towards the Victoria Embankment Gardens and Tower Bridge. To see the landscapes of London, consider taking a river boat cruise up and down the Thames. You’ll get a beautiful view of the Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, and London’s riverside parks.
4. VISIT THE NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM.
London’s Natural History Museum is a must-see attraction for all visitors to the city. Located conveniently near to Hyde Park and Berjaya Eden Park London Hotel, the museum is home to a wide range of fascinating exhibits, including famous dinosaur bones, the Blue Whale skeleton, and the Earth Galleries. With interactive displays and educational exhibits, the Natural History Museum is a perfect place to spend a day learning about the natural world.
5. EXPLORE CAMDEN.
Known for its alternative culture and unique shopping, Camden is a must-visit destination for rock, punk, and goth lovers. At Camden Market, you’ll find an array of street food, novelty items, and unique artworks. After you’re done shopping, take a leisurely stroll along Regent’s Canal, or continue on to King’s Cross.
If you’re looking for an accommodation near Hyde Park in London, we’d suggest booking a stay in Berjaya Eden Park London Hotel in Bayswater. From here, you’ll be able to access all of these top attractions easily.
Berjaya Eden Park London Hotel is also a great choice for travellers who are looking for a no-fuss stay in London. Location wise, it is in close proximity to London’s sprawling parks, shopping districts and world-renowned museums. In addition, it is only a few minutes’ walk from Paddington Station, which is directly accessible from the Heathrow Airport.
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