Take the Tube to Hyde Park

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Getting around the city really couldn’t be easier for visitors and Londoners alike, as the capital’s far-reaching network of public transport links all areas of Greater London.

As such, anyone visiting the city and in need of a touch of greenery might like to head to  their nearest Underground Tube station and make their way to Hyde Park.

Hyde Park can be found in the bustling district of Bayswater in the City of Westminster, with a large number of nearby Tube stations for visitors to choose from.

Here are some of the closest Tube:

Bond Street (Central and Jubilee lines)

Hyde Park Corner (Piccadilly line)

Knightsbridge (Piccadilly line)

High Street Kensington (Circle and District lines)

Notting Hill Gate (Central, Circle and District lines)

Queensway (Central line)

Bayswater (Circle and District lines)

Lancaster Gate (Central line)

Paddington-Underground (Circle and Hammersmith & City lines)

Paddington (Bakerloo, Circle and District lines)

Underground services are in operation throughout the day between the early hours of the morning and into the late night – stations close at around 1am in general, although individual stations may vary.

Full details of opening and closing times, as well as timetables of services can be found by visiting the Transport for London website.

Travellers heading to the City of Westminster might enjoy a break from the urban sprawl and welcome the wide green spaces in the 350-acre grounds of Hyde Park, as well as the several unique attractions that the park has to offer.

Visitors can keep up with the latest political rumblings at the famed Speakers’ Corner, while they can also pay their respects to one of the nation’s most beloved daughters at the Diana, Princess of Wales, Memorial Fountain.

All those with a taste for culture can also satisfy their cravings with a trip to the Serpentine Galleries – a showcase of some of the best up-and-coming artists, architects and designers from the British Isles.

The Serpentine Lake also offers a large selection of water-based activities and attractions for guests to enjoy, in addition to its many shoreside cafes where park visitors can enjoy a leisurely drink and bite to eat.

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