Whatever the season, London always has something beautiful to offer. This is particularly true if you like to explore London’s Royal Parks. After presenting you St James’s Park and Holland Park previously on this blog, let me introduce you to Regent’s Park in today’s post (maybe the most royal of all parks :-))…
Located in Buckinghamshire, Langley Park is one of the best places to see a great variety of flora and fauna. It is especially renowned for its stunning and vibrant collection of rhododendrons. But not only: this park is full of history and offers so many beautiful sceneries that I highly recommend not to miss it!
The Royal Botanic Gardens of Kew are one of the best places to go if you are around London this summer. The recently reopened Temperate House and Pagoda, the current exhibition of artist Chihuly, the magnificent areas and the incredible fauna and flora of Kew Gardens are some of the 8 reasons why you HAVE to plan a visit there!
Osterley Park and House is an amazing place where to spend a relaxing family day out. The House, which has kept all its beauty, is said to be the “Palace of Palaces”, while the Gardens offer a great opportunity to enjoy springtime.
Is it the best kept secret place in London, as some say? Possible. Holland Park is an outstanding park in West London, where you can find manicured gardens with beautiful roses as well as woodland areas. And many more surprises, like a Japanese garden and resident peacocks … Read on to discover Holland Park!
St James’s Park is one of my favorite parks in London. With its central location offering an overview of several city landmarks, its vivid wildlife, its lake, you will undoubtedly enjoy a bit of the London Lifestyle there!
London is said to be the best place in the world to enjoy nature and city life at the same time. After 3 years in the capital, I have discovered many gardens and parks which are totally stunning. The Isabella Plantation is one of these visits I will never forget. Let’s discover my 3 reasons to (absolutely) go there…
This is it, the Easter break has just started and either you have organised plenty of fun activities as a genuine Easter Bunny fan (or parent of some!) or you’re still wondering where to go for an exciting Easter Egg hunt… I have some suggestion here.