The oldest enclosed Royal Park. Walk up the hill to enjoy amazing views across the River Thames and Central London.
More of a local and rural park, but has some of the greatest views of London's skyline from its various high points. If you go here, definitely go to La Creperie de Hampstead (Crepe place). One of the best crepes you will have!
One of London's most famous and largest parks. 350 acres with a large lake and flower gardens throughout. You can also go boating and ice skating (Nov to Jan) on the lake.
Regent's Park and Primrose Hill **
My favorite park in London! 410 acres making it the largest outdoor sports area in London for recreational sport. You will see kids practicing football, rugby, and cricket. There is also a boating lake, the London Zoo, and many beautiful flower gardens surrounding the walkways. Definitely the prettiest park in London. Walk up towards Primrose Hill to see the best and most incredible panorama views of the city! You can also walk along Regent's Canal to make your way to Camden.