Wednesday, 26 August 2015

EXPLORING LONDON: PRIMROSE HILL

This is possibly my favourite place in London I found when exploring. I can't believe I had never been here or really known of it before but now I love coming here and try any excuse to.
 
Primrose Hill is next to Regent's Park and London Zoo in North London, you can also walk to and from the markets of Camden Town (which I did read more here ).
 
 
 
Map of the Park's


Enter the gates to the Hill and the path leads off in many directions all directing you to the top of the Hill or the entering/exiting gates. 

 
I can imagine the Hill in autumn with the auburn leaves falling to the ground.
In winter (hoping that it snows!) the snow on the branches would look beautiful and while walking down the path seeing snow either side covering the grass and the flickering lights in the days that night falls early, the frozen spider webs hanging from the side.

In Spring / Summer, the occasionally hot days we get in London, is beautiful to sit out on the grass and just relax!
 
When you finally get to the top, don't worry the Hill isn't that bad to walk up and if you think you can't just remember the view is totally worth it! Plus there are benches at the top where you can sit and rest while enjoying the view of the London Skyline.


 
THE VIEW!!

 

You can see The Shard, London Eye, BT Tower...


.... Canary Wharf (the business district)





 You can see the whole of the London Skyline right in front you and on a clear sunny day it is amazing!

If anyone visits London this is a must see when exploring and recommend it to anyone visiting.


 
Have you been here or would want to?
 
Where could my next Exploring London blog post be next...? Check out the others if you haven't already and let me know what you think!
 
COVENT GARDEN, SOUTHBANK A brief trip
EXPLORING LONDON: SHOREDITCH
EXPLORING LONDON: PORTOBELLO ROAD
EXPLORING LONDON: CAMDEN, North London