30 mins. walk.
Regent's Park is yet another Royal Park in London. It is best known for hosting the London Zoo however visitors can also enjoy other activities such as boating on the lake. The beautiful gardens are well kept and there is also an open-air theatre where various events from music to comedy and film are organized during the summer months.
Regent's Park - Taste of London - 14-17 June 2017For five summer days, the park in Central London is transformed into a foodie wonderland as many of London's best restaurants gather to show off the hottest dishes from their extensive menus. Watch live cooking demonstrations, meet some of the capital’s leading chefs, participate in masterclasses and shop at more than 200 food and drink stalls. In 2016, 55,000 visitors attended the festival, sampling signature dishes from more than 40 of London’s top restaurants, including Duck & Waffle, Vanilla Black, Aqua Nueva and several Michelin-starred eateries.
Perhaps one of the best parks to sit back and relax or even go for a jog. It's away from the main hustle and bustle of the city, so it's a lot cleaner and more peaceful. Lovely place for a picnic too. You can also access London Zoo too, which is situated inside at the top (you have to pay though).