I personally find Hyde Park the least personal of the London parks - perhaps because of its size
Absolutely must if you visit London and the weather is nice:)
London's Central Park or should I say Central Park is NYC's Hyde Park. Its vast expanse spreads over hundreds of acres in the core of London offering the city its much needed dose oxygen. Hyde Park connects via the serpentine lake with Kensington Palace Gardens and one can easily walk across the park into the palace gardens. One of the most visited lake in London is the Serpentine and you can watch ducks and geese being fed here or even enjoy a quiet nap under the green canopy by the lake. Do not miss the Speaker's corner which takes place during the afternoon you can even partake in the discussion open to public.
Hyde Park is the largest park in central London. It is a multi use park but personally I love it because it offers serenity in a very fast-paced city.The park itself is divided by the Serpentine and the Long Water. There are a number of statues and memorials around the park, the most famous one now probably being the Diana Princess of Wales Memorial.For different reasons the park is frequented by locals, local workers and tourists alike.
One of the best parks in London