Visit London parks with PhotoRoute

PhotoRoute walks in two London Parks

Our tours of London parks are the perfect way to enjoy the summer weather and take the whole family for a nice day in the great outdoors. Why not try letting the kids lead the expedition and see how they follow our photo routes? Our tours take you on perfectly planned out strolls through the parks and gardens so you can really relax and enjoy the view. We currently have two routes to choose from, the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Walk and the Olympic route..

1. The Hyde Park route takes you through Hyde Park, Green Park and Kensington Gardens. The route starts off in GreenHyde Park following Princess Diana Memorial WalkPark and takes you past Marble Arch and the grand entrance of Hyde Park then takes you through Hyde Park to Kensington Gardens along the banks of the Serpentine. See the beautiful Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial and visit the Serpentine Gallery for a truly fantastic day out. From the walk visitors can see three palaces and two mansions which figured in the life of the Princess: Kensington Palace, Buckingham Palace, Clarence House, St James’s Palace, and Spencer House, the one time London house of the Spencer family. Don’t miss out on the route that Ex-Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Chairman of the Diana, Princess of Wales, Memorial Committee, described as ‘one of the most magnificent urban parkland walks in the world.’
Click here to see the route and start planning your London parks day out.

2. On of our Olympic routes taking you through Victoria Park,returning along the Regents Canal and Olympic Park. This Photoroute tour of Victoria Parkstep-free route should take just over 1 hour and begins and ends at Hackney Wick Overground station, which is wheelchair-accessible. Victoria Park (known colloquially as Vicky Park or the People’s Park) has all the majesty of Regents Park but without the crowds of people. It is bounded on two sides the Regent’s Canal land the Hertford Union Canal so a large part of the route is along the banks of these quaint canals. This exciting park gained its popularity as the ‘People’s Park’ in the 19th century as it increasingly became the hub of political rallies and stripes, perhaps even exceeding Hyde Park in this regard. In 2008, Time Out magazine voted Victoria Park London’s best local park, and in 2011 it won its first Green Flag award and was again voted London’s favourite park, this time in the national People’s Choice Award. The park will be playing a major role in the upcoming Olympic and Paralympic Games as a Live Site with free access big screens and used for other Olympic events. Get ahead of the crowds and visit this magnificent example of London parks  this July with our new photo route. Click here to see our route.

All of these London parks routes and many more are available to view and print on Enjoy walking through London parks completely relaxed with our easy walking instructions and photographs. With Photoroute, everyone can enjoy walking and exploring London’s gems.

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