Autumn in Hyde Park
Enchanting, colourful, pumpkin-flavoured: that is autumn in London beautiful parks!
As often happens, this weekend I had a friend visiting me in London and I took her to Hyde Park, the spectacular royal park in the city centre. We went for a long, nice walk and enjoyed the autumn breeze and vibe. We entered the park from Palace Gate and walked past Kensington palace. I really recommend visiting it! The princess Diana Fashion story exhibition is beautiful and very interesting. Lady D was such an inspiring character! We progressed our visit going to the Round Pond where charming delicate swans were swimming and then headed to the Serpentine.
Autumn is such a beautiful season. I love getting lost in the park and just admire the beauty of nature, the carpet made of colourful leaves and the pretty trees covered in different shades of browns, yellows and greens. The weather is not too cold yet and the days are still bright and dry.
Hyde Park is such a huge elegant park! You need to come back and experience every season. Spend an afternoon at Winter Wonderland from November to January, a temporary fun park for all ages, testing your bravery on rollercoasters or just drink a lot of mulled wine. Don’t miss the superb Rose Garden in May (exit at Hyde Park Corner tube stop) and a picnic in the sun. It is definitely worth renting a boat and rowing in the serpentine.
What about you? Do you like Autumn? Have your ever been to Hyde Park? What is your favourite park in London?