Are you a nature lover? Here are some serene nature spots in London you should definitely check out. Nothing better than fresh air & nature for a healthy soul.
1. Wimbledon Common
Large open space in Southwest London- Great for walks, jogging, family & cycling. Or people/ dog watch if that’s what you’re into(who isn’t?!).
2. Chelsea Physic Garden
One of the oldest botanical gardens in Britain, its beauty will blind you and make you want to stay there. Great for kids & family gatherings. Or even secret rendezvous!
3. Kensington Gardens
Among the royal parks of London, it offers a mix of old and new park pastimes and green space. Get your fix of contemporary art and architecture at the Serpentine Galleries, marvel at the history and heritage of Kensington Palace or admire the Victorian splendour of the Albert Memorial. The pirate ship at the Diana memorial playground is a must see.
4. Hyde Park
One of the most visited parks in London-With its never-ending greenery & space.It’s one of the largest of four Royal parks. Explore & get lost in this beautiful park.
5. St. James Park
23-hectare park in the City of Westminster, central London. The park lies at the southernmost tip of the St James’s area. Another great place for kids & families, as well as solo trips to admire the river and graceful gooses/ducks.
6. Kyoto Garden
Garden in Holland Park with colourful plants, shrubs and water features, created by an eminent Japanese designer. Who doesn’t like Japanese aesthetics?!
7. Queen’s Wood
Queen’s Wood is a 52-acre area of ancient woodland in the London Borough of Haringey-If you’re tired of busy London life, you love nature & cottages as well as camping spots like spaces with wooden constructions, you will really enjoy this place. Don’t forget the smores for the bonfire 🙂
With so many nature spots & parks in London, you can’t really complain, you get the best of both worlds: The business of the city & the serenity of nature.