Due to the Metropolitan Green Belt, London has a plethora of parks to visit - from tiny neighbourhood ones, to the likes of Hyde Park.
The Metropolitan Green Beltwas put into place in 1938 to deal with London's increasing pollution problems and burgeoning growth. 19 of the 32 London boroughs -a borough is an independent neighbourhoods governed by their own councils- have green belt land:
While visiting London, I would recommend you stop for a quiet lunch or stroll in any of these parks. Bring some peanuts to feed the squirrels, a nice picnic, and you are set to go!
Here are a few of my recent favourites...
|winter views in Regent Park|