It is a huge area full of trees, paths, big lake, cafe and restaurant. It often hosts concerts and festivals, sculptures and fountains.
The most important sights
Diana memorial fountain– It is a fountain dedicated to the beloved princess of the English, Diana.
Statue of Achilles
Joy of life
Monument to the July 7 bombings
It is located on the Oxford street / Marble Arch side and since 1872 Parliament has designated this part of the park for public free speech. Historical figures such as Marx, Lenin and Orwell often spoke there. Today, whoever wants, gives his own speech !! So if you have inspiration, more and more someone will be found to listen to you !!
Large lake offered for boating, from April to October, priced at 12 pounds for 1 hour.
On the shores of the lake is the Lido Café with magnificent lake views.
Serpentine Bar and Kitchen, another restaurant by the lake, with unique views and delicious dishes.
The garden with roses
From 17/11 until the end of the year, the park turns into a Christmas state with many activities for young and old. See more here.
The park is open daily all year round, from 5 in the morning until midnight (yes at night the gates are locked and of course there are guards)
By metro: Hyde Park Corner, Marble Arch, Lancaster Gate, Knightsbridge
* Have time to enjoy your walk in the park. Comfortable shoes necessary, as well as an umbrella if the weather is even a little rainy !!
* In many parts of the park there are small refreshments.
* Air tickets