Regent’s Park – London
Sunny days in London are best spent lying on the grass in Regent’s Park – reading, picnicking, people watching or simply gazing at London’s surprisingly blue sky. In summer, or really whenever the sun is out, the park is a flurry of activity, with people playing cricket, sun bathing, frisbee throwing, walking, jogging, bike riding and so on.
If you happen to find yourself in Regent’s Park, make sure you take the time to walk around the beautifully manicured lawns and tranquil gardens, where in the springtime an impressive display of tulips and other flowers paint the park a myriad of gorgeous colours. If you don’t feel like walking you can always rent a ‘Borris’ Barclays Bike and cycle leisurely along either the inner or outer circle park roads or on one of the many bike paths.
Also, make sure to check out the beautiful and somewhat secret garden of St John’s Lodge, located within the park’s Inner Circle. This serene and rather fragrant spot is the perfect place for a catch up picnic with friends.
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