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3rd June 2020
We love our four-legged guests just as much as our two-legged ones, and we want to ensure that both you and your canine companion can make the most of ‘walkies’ in the city. From historic parks surrounding grand palaces to hidden gems, discover our top spots to explore, stretch your legs and chase some pigeons. Pawfect!
Open and airy, Berkley Square is home to some of central London’s oldest trees – ideal for providing a leafy canopy on warmer days and a good source of excellent sticks.
With nearly 350 acres of space, Hyde Park is sure to get your dog’s tail wagging. Plus, with plenty of landmarks for humans to enjoy, such as the Serpentine Lake and Speakers corner, expect a treat for both you and your four-legged friend.
Surrounded by some impressive architecture and not one, but two striking churches, this hidden gem will not disappoint. And whilst humans will get their culture-fix, pups can enjoy investigating the formal lawns and planting beds.
Filled with both history and adventure, St James’ Park is the capital’s oldest royal park. Situated just opposite Buckingham Palace you never know who you may bump into on an afternoon stroll!
If time is on your side, try this scenic route and take in the sights…
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