The well-known Regent’s park is one of the most beautiful parks in the world and is loved by many; it is as famous as the Hyde Park. You can spend a relaxing and calm day at the park, riding a pedal-boat across the lake and watching the different species of wildlife. It is ideally located in Central London. One end of the park features the famous London Central Mosque and at the other end of the park is where London Zoo is situated. Camden Market is also just a stone’s throw away. *Facts About Regent’s Park: The park is named after the Prince Regent who was later crowned King George IV. The park covers a space of 410 acres with over 12,000 different kinds of plants and 100 species of wild birds.
Chester Road, London, NW1 4NR
+44 (0) 300 061 2000
Nearest Underground Station(s)
Regent’s Park, Great Portland Street, Baker Street, Mornington Crescent or St. John’s Wood