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Visit the most famous park within the United Kingdom.
Hyde Park is the most prominent and famous park in the whole UK. About four centuries ago, Hyde Park was first opened to the public having previous being used as a hunting ground for King Henry VIII.
Over the years, Hyde Park has developed a tradition of hosting both local and national events, celebrations and performances. The most famous features on the Park are the Serpentine, a lake much used for boating and swimming, and Rotten Row, the world famous riding track, which was the first public road to be lit at night in this country.
There are almost four miles of horse rides as well as cycle and roller-skating routes. There are also areas planted and managed as meadowland to encourage a wide range of insect life and the ecological chains they support. There is an education centre used by schools from all over London.
Hyde Park is also one of the best places in London for jogging, combining easy access with world famous views. On Sundays, at Speakers Corner, London most vocal orators share their opinions with the world.
Being 360 acres in size it can take you a while to cross it. In summer time there is an option of renting a small boat and gently paddling in the lake, having a refreshing drink or maybe fishing in certain allocated places.
Kensington Palace can be found in Kensington Gardens. After the death of Princess Diane thousands of people came just to lay the flowers and leave cards in Hyde Park.
For more information visit www.royalparks.gov.uk
Georgian House Hotel is ideally situated in a very central location, so visiting sights all over London is quick and easy. Why not book Georgian House Hotel when you plan your trip to Hyde Park? You can book online or email to make a reservation on firstname.lastname@example.org, or telephone on 0044(0)207 834 1438