London’s Parks provides the perfect spot for a picnic full of treats. With a stunning woman sat opposite you and the mesmerizing sights of the city around you, you’ll feel like you’re in a dream. London’s Park’s can be quiet, romantic and relaxed; the perfect place to get to know your date. If you have never visited any of London’s Parks before you are in for a treat. They are more spacious than you could ever imagine. They are all very accessible and most are only a tube ride away. So if you wanted a little fresh air after your meeting then these parks would definitely suit. Our London escort agency has chosen the best park locations in the capital for you to spend time with our beautiful ladies.
Battersea Park is a large (200 acre) Victorian park, built between 1854 and 1870. It has a riverside promenade, a large lake, many notable trees and ecological areas, children’s play areas, a children’s zoo, the Pump House Gallery, ceremony venue and sports facilities. It’s so full of variety it’s impossible not to stumble upon something new each time you visit. The landscaped boating lake, the sights and smells of the walled gardens.
Battersea Park’s adventure playground is superb, with plenty of original and imaginatively-built features. The climbing structures, slides and high climbing nets. Really though, it’s all about the animals. An enclosure containing deer is fun, but Battersea Park’s ace is its family-run zoo, complete with lemurs, meerkats and pygmy goats.
Bushy is the second largest Royal Park, with an area of 445 hectares (1,099 acres). Located to the north of Hampton Court Palace, it is home to around 320 free-roaming deer. Cycling is allowed on roads, and horse-riding permitted on rough grass. This historic parkland with grassland, ancient trees, woodlands, ponds and streams, supports a rich diversity of fungi, plants and animals, and many species of birds and waterfowl.
Children’s playground and public toilets with disabled access are available. Pheasantry Café, open 10.00 to dusk, offers a wide range of hot and cold snacks, beverages and ice creams.
Royal Kensington Gardens
The park is planted with formal avenues of magnificent trees and ornamental flower beds, and covers 100 hectares (275 acres). It is home to Kensington Palace, the peaceful Italian Gardens, Peter Pan statue, the stunning Albert Memorial and the Serpentine Gallery. There are mature trees, grasslands and many types of wildlife. There are two playgrounds, including the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Playground near Black Lion Gate. Some public toilets have disabled access.
The Broadwalk Café is open daily, with refreshment kiosks in summer.