The Parks and Gardens in London offer visitors a space of retreat


London is filled with a plethora of green parks. They include places such as Regents Park, Hyde Park, St James Park, Richmond Park, and many more. In a town that’s so busy, filled with buildings, cars, lights and people – these spots of nature provide a breathing ground for tourists and city dwellers alike. In this post, we’ll be exploring everything these parks have to offer and why you should visit them. If you decide to book your stay in central London, then you’ll be glad to know that some of the parks we mentioned can be found within walking distance of Oxford Street – Europe’s busiest shopping street.

parksThere are two recommended options when it comes to booking your accommodation, and your choice is dependent on the length of your stay. If you’re staying for a couple of days – on a short business trip, then it might be advantageous to stay Grand Park Hotel London Hounslow. If however you need to meet with clients then it might be better for you stay in Central London – where a range of high class business and conference facilities can be found. Besides, networking would be much easier if you stay in the Central locale of the city. The slight downside of staying in Heathrow would be that it takes you a little further away from the green parks in London. Then again, depending on the nature of your trip, visiting the green landscapes of the city might not be a priority.

What’s interesting is that while London may be filled with beautiful, vast landscapes of lush greenery, it’s also home to quaint, delightful gardens – hidden in little corners of the city. While you have to pay an entry fee to get access to many of these gardens; they are more than worth visiting. Unlike parks, they offer a deeper sense of intimacy – surrounding visitors with an array of wildflowers, bushes, streams, and plants.

parksIf after a series of days of embracing the hustle and bustle of inner city London you’re after a meditative evening, and then visit some of these secret parks. Some of them include: St May’s Secret Garden on Pearson Street, the Hampstead Pergola and Hill Gardens, and the Magic Garden – which is found on Battersea Park Road.

In summary, London’s green space makes the city that much more inviting for families from all over the world. When you decide on which accommodation to book, it might be apt to book your stay at a hotel that’s located either close to Heathrow in Central London. Heathrow because it gives you a convenient access route in and out of the country, and Central London because that’s where everything worth experiencing can be found. Either way, London offers something tantalising to visitors – wherever you stay.