There is no doubt that a country’s natural heritages are its parks. One of the busiest cities of the world is not behind preserving nature at its best. Not just the local people, but the tourists also sync in nature’s beauty in all seasons. Indeed it’s a treat to the eyes.
These places are very well maintained playing a part in boosting the tourism industry. Some of London’s major parks are Hyde Park, Regent’s Park, Richmond Park, Greenwich Park, St James’s Park, Victoria Park, Green Park and the Battersea Park.
You’ll be surprised to witness breath-taking views in the middle of all the hustle bustle the capital has. Either a big family picnic or a romantic evening walk, you feel like a towpath of some countryside canal.
These places are also used for cultural, musical and sport events. The areas also have a history attached to them. Regent’s Park has the world’s oldest scientific Zoo. The ‘Speakers Corner’ in Hyde Park is the place where the great speaker George Orwell used to give speeches. The world’s best bands continue to play at Hyde Park Calling. You can ride horses around Rotten Row in Hyde Park, the first artificially lit street in Britain. World’s first Hard Rock Café is located near Hyde Park Corner.