When you’re visiting the capital of London, you’ll find that it’s rare to find a spot where you can truly relax. Franticness, passion, and excitement are the words that best personify this city, and getting any semblance of tranquillity can be difficult. But that’s what makes the capital what it is, and that’s why it’s the number one tourist destination in the world.
People are drawn by the buzz of the city, its attractions, and the wide array of business opportunities available. In essence, it’s a metropolis in every sense of the word. With that said, there are a few quiet spots in the city, where tourists can get away from the hive of activity that permeates the capital. In this article, we will be exploring a few of these places.
With the cheap Heathrow hotels, visitors get the opportunity to stay away from the buzz of the capital (central London) while maintaining a relatively close distance. Meaning, visitors can get in central London, using the Heathrow Express train, in just 15 minutes. This is in effect a good way of maintaining some quiet around your place of residence. So if you’re looking for the best of both worlds (peace and closeness to central London), consider a Park Grand London Heathrow Gateway.
If you decide to stay in central London, or if you’re going to be visiting the central area of the capital, and you’re looking for some great spots to relax, then we have you covered. The Isabella Plantation is imbued with rich reds, pinks, and purples of blooming azaleas and other shrubs – and comes highly recommended as a nature spot. It’s found in Richmond Park and the enclosed 42-acre space delivers a feeling of homeliness and peace that few other nature spots in the capital can provide.
Other notable nature spots in the city include: Kyoto Park at Holland Park (features a rock pool), the butterfly house at Clissold Park (butterflies float delightfully inside the dome), and the Wildflower Meadow in London fields.
Dazzling little gardens and a vast amount of parks scatter the city; allowing visitors and citizens alike to enjoy a greater balance between nature and the city’s concrete jungle.In short, London is most certainly not short of nature. Whether you decide to stay in Heathrow or central London is largely irrelevant in terms of having a peaceful holiday. It’s what you decide to do on your days that count, and whichever place you book your accommodation, your luxury accommodation will provide you with a foundation of comfort that few other accommodations can match.