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Regent’s Park

Listed under Parks in London, United Kingdom.

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Running along the canal, this park separates Central London from the zoo, so as well as people frolicking on the grass, strolling amongst the rose gardens – with over 400 varieties of roses – or playing sports on the fields, you’ll also see a whole lot of people walking in the same direction and may catch a whiff of something tropical.

In summer Regent’s Park hosts a quality season of outdoor performances in a fairy light dripping amphitheatre and people can be seen all over sipping champagne on the grass. Actually that’s not so seasonal. Parts of this London green pocket are for admiring, the rose and italian formal gardens, and part for playing and running around.

One side of the park is rimmed by graceful white terrace houses and along the canal are some of London’s grandest homes.

Written by  Kat Mackintosh.

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