One of my favorite parks in London is, of course, Hyde Park. Huge when seen on the maps, and immense when it runs, is considered the lung of London (as The Retreat en Madrid o Central Park in New York) and at the same time, one of the most beautiful in the world, has a great history.
I prefer a quiet and family corner: "Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Playground"located at the corner of access by the Queensway, in Kensington Garden stop.
With a large children's play area, a huge pirate ship marks the Centre of this memorial in honor of the Princess Diana de Gales. This charming park inside Hyde Park It opened June 30, 2000
Located Palace cerquita Kensington where the Princess resided, Park honors the memory of Lady Di who was always very identified with the children.
More than 750,000 children visit every year this park where the play, explore and give free rein to your imagination. An oasis for them where there are sandy beaches, sculptures, trees and plants. There are also plenty of banks (Sun and shadow) where parents feel while children frolic on all sides.
The park inspired Peter Pan, children enjoy great by its size and games. Also has places of refreshment: sweets and sandwiches, exchangers and complete bathrooms for babies. An ideal place to switch shopping when travelling with small children to the British capital.