Top 10 must-visit royal gardens of London.


London is one of the many unique cities of the world that offers vast green spaces in the heart of the city. These places provide the perfect peace and tranquillity that you may need in the hustle-bustle of London city. Whether you are travelling to the city with family and kids, your special someone or alone for work, these parks and gardens are great to enjoy a relaxing time in the lap of nature without going out of the city.

The first thing you should do is book yourself a comfortable and luxurious stay in the heart of the city. The Piccadilly London West End Hotel is the most perfect place to book your stay in this city. This hotel is in the heart of the city and offers the perfect environment for you to relax and unwind. Its stunning interiors, great facilities and amenities along with super-friendly and hospitable staff who ensure your stay is as great as it can be, is the best place to book when you are visiting the city. The central location of this hotel will also keep you close to popular London attractions, gigs and other prime experiences that are famous in London. You are close to connections that make your commute easy from the airport and other attractions in the UK.

When you are visiting London and are looking for calm and nature that too in the heart of the city, then you must visit the gardens and parks listed below:

Kyoto Japanese Garden

This beautiful garden is located in the heart of Holland Park. These gardens were a gift to the city of London. Designed in a stunning Japanese style that includes some stone lanterns, a koi pond, waterfalls and some gorgeous and unique plants. Here you will also witness many birds, parks’ peacocks that add to the beauty and liveliness of this garden. This a great place to enjoy some peace in the lap of nature and click many scenic pictures.

Where: Holland Park, Holland Park Avenue, Kensington. London W11 4UA

Culpeper Community Garden

A stunning community garden that is the result of some great neighbours working together. Located in the centre of Islington, this garden is a communal effort that acts as a city park as well as an environmental community project. The residents of the area have made it with their efforts and hard work, that gives them this gorgeous green space to relax in. This organic garden comprises of lawn, pond, a variety of flowers, vegetable plots and more.

Where: 1 Cloudesley Road, London N1 0EJ

Red Cross Garden

Established by Octavia Hill in 1186, this Shoreditch gem is a beautiful garden where visitors come to relax, rest and rejuvenate themselves in the lap of nature. It is an ideal place to cut off the hustle-bustle of the city and enjoy some time with yourself. This place is close to the hotels in West End.

Where: 50 Redcross Way, London SE1 1HA

Barnsbury Wood

Located close to the Red Cross Garden, this was originally the private garden of George Thornhill. Now this beauty is open to public and is home to several species of birds, insects and urban animals. It is still a hidden secret for many.

Where: Barnsbury Wood, Crescent Street London N1 1BT, Barnsbury, Islington.

Flanders Fields Memorial Garden

Acting as a perfect tribute for the World War I martyrs, this gorgeous patch was designed by Belgian architect Piet Blanckaert. Simple and elegant you can pay your tribute to the martyrs here.

Where: Westminster, London SW1H 9AJ