The best picnic spots in London

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Picnics aren’t necessarily the biggest part of what attracts visitors to London. People come here to see the various sights and attractions. But believe it or not, with the dazzling series of parks across the city, guests can experience beautiful nature experiences in the city. So while you’re here, why not take the time to explore places such as Hyde Park, Regents Park, and Primrose Hill.

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Each of these areas together forms the trio of the spots nature spots in central London.

Primrose Hill unlike Regents and Hyde Park is a lot more intimate and can be explored entirely within less than half an hour. On the other hand, Regents and Hyde Park are massive, and most travellers don’t get to see and do everything they’d like to do here. For guests looking to stay close to these spots in the city, they can stay at the luxury hotels London – which includes the Montcalm brewery hotel on Chiswell street London.

Picnics are ideal for families who want to take a time out from going from one attraction to another, and another. They’re the perfect way for a family to catch up and rest, and enjoy a rest bite as they plan out the rest of their days. Often, we can get lost in the idea of doing as much as possible on holiday each day. And while that’s undoubtedly a positive intention at its surface, on its root, it can cause more anxiety and stress.

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Holidays can be taken one step at a time, and picnics are highly recommended for families visiting this summer season. So if you’re looking to take full advantage of your stay; experiencing your holiday in the most holistic way – make sure you enjoy one of the picnic experiences available. Families who take the time out of their trips to enjoy these little breaks end up having a far more relaxed holiday. And if you can’t be relaxed on holiday, then it’s likely that you’ll never find the time to relax when you’re back home too! So make picnics and little breaks a priority during your stay in London.