Regent’s Park might not have the sheer scale of Hyde Park but what it lacks in size it makes up for in quality. The rolling fields of green grass and carefully maintained gardens have made it an aesthetic treat and it’s the perfect place to get away from the crowds of central. Sat beneath a tree on a warm summer’s day, it’s entirely possible to forget about where you are and just soak up the beautiful atmosphere of your surroundings.
Regent’s Park is also home to several great events throughout the year. One such occasion is Taste of London, when the best restaurants and food lovers in the city descend upon the park for 3 days of foodie frenzy. Everything from truffled encrusted eggs to roast pigs’ ears make the menu, and offer a unique culinary experience for anyone lucky enough to attend.
Regardless of why you end up there, you can’t miss out on the chance to see some of the capital’s best floral displays. Throughout the spring until late in the autumn, the park is famed for its excellent flowers and incredible fauna. It’s a little wilder than the endless trees and grass of the city’s other park, offering an interesting distraction for those that want to try something new.
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