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The Regent's Park
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This is central London’s finest park, which comes complete with its own zoo. You can run across parkland, mature gardens, tree-lined paths and, at Primrose Hill, tackle a steep climb with a great view from the top. Make time for a visit to London Zoo and you might even see a lion on your run! Early mornings, before 8 am, is the best time to hit Regent’s Park, as you’ll have it almost to yourself— apart from cyclists and the zoo keepers. For a longer run, after Primrose Hill keep going along the canal down to Little Venice and back.
Rob
Rob
I’m a former international track and field athlete now racing triathlons internationally and working behind the scenes at British Military Fitness. Growing up in Somerset, it’s been my mission to find running routes off the beaten track in the city.
England, NW1 4NR
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Steve
Steve
January 19, 2019
Huge Royal Park, great for running, walking, relaxing or just sitting by the lake!
Cindy
Cindy
November 27, 2018
Wide open spaces, great for long walks or runs. Multiple cafes, The Zoo, cycling trails, football spaces
Tommy & Chris
Tommy & Chris
November 22, 2018
close by (just 4 bus stops) and highly recommendable to spend tranquil hours in on of the most beautiful pars of London
Elaine
Elaine
October 30, 2018
Modern, glass-clad cafe and sports administrative centre, with pitches and changing rooms.
Nide
Nide
September 23, 2018
We love Regent's Park! And as we are positioned sandwiched right in between Regent's Park and Hyde Park, you may choose a different park everyday for you to be around nature. Pics in our Airbnb's Instagram page @nidecasa.