Hyde Park in London is spread across more than 350 acres. It consists of a lake as well which crisscrosses throughout the park. The lake is a popular venue for swimming as well as relaxing.To the north of the park, you would find a bird sanctuary. Some of the other tourist attractions which you can visit in and around Hyde Park are:
-Serpentine Art Gallery
-Kensington Gardens and Palace
in addition to these, there are plenty of concerts as well as festivals which are held in Hyde Park as well. Also, during the Christmas season,
Hyde Park is also venue to Christmas Wonderland.
The park is open from 5 AM in the morning to midnight each and every day. Reaching the park is pretty easy with the help of public transport.
By the tube, you can alight on the following tube stations in order to reach Hyde Park:
-Lancaster Gate on central line
-Marble arch central line
-Hyde Park corner on Piccadilly line
-Knightsbridge on Piccadilly line
by the bus,you can opt for:
-C2, 6, 7, 19, 23 on the north
-2, 137, 148 on the south
-9, 14, 19 on the west
-8, 15, 23 on the east
As you can see, Hyde Park is pretty well connected with the public transport. Whether you want to explore the cultural heritage of London or whether you just want to rent a chair and relax in Hyde Park, it is the perfect venue to spend a lazy afternoon catching some sun. When in London, surely visit this rare green space within the confines of the city.