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Walking parks

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By Traveller February 8, 2020
London

Walking parks

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By Uri Traveller February 8, 2020

I would like to find tranqeill pathes, with woods, Etc,.

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You should go to Richmond Park and meet our dear friends the deers .
Traveller February 8, 2020
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The majority of London’s Parks are walkable and are natural in style, for Example, Hyde Park, Green Park, Victoria Park. In addition, the Gardens founding many squares are small but great to just sit in and relax. Greenwich is great and walking by the river Thames is uncomplicated and soothing. If you like plants in general try Kew Gardens and the gardens round Buckingham Palace are open (for a price and needs to be booked on line in advance) are well worth visiting.
Local February 8, 2020
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Hampstead Heath. Amazing space.
Local February 10, 2020
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Hampstead Heath,
Epping Forest
Local February 9, 2020
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Definitely recommend Richmond Park. This is the biggest park in London and unlike all the others its mainly wild, with parts of naturally preserved forest, pathways etc. Added attraction are deers, which are able to walk freely, and wonderful views.
Local February 9, 2020
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Hi Uri - you can take a tube out to Epping Forest, it's lovely out there. Or, head to the Olympic Park and walk along the river to Hackney Wick. As someone else has suggested head to S.E London and walk the green chain walk: Crystal Palace/Dulwich Park/Sydenham Woods/Peckham Rye Park. I live down there, lots to do, lovely walks. Enjoy!
Local February 9, 2020
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Try Hampstead Heath.
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Local February 9, 2020
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Try Hampstead Heath and also Dulwich Village, they are residential and get calm during the week.
Local February 8, 2020
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