The ruins of an old church, a fountain, plants and creepers: these are the ingredients that make St Dunstan-In-the-East a small oasis of peace in the heart of the City. The perfect place to take pictures as well as a break from tourist tours and busy city.
Originally built as Kensigton Palace's private gardens, today they are part of the Royal Parks and are the most precious of the city. West side of Hyde Park, the gardens offer a lot of attractions such as Kensington Palace, Lady Diana's residence, Prince Albert Memorial, Queen Victoria's and Peter Pan's statues.
Whether you want to spend a relaxing day, playing sports or admiring gardens, statues and monuments, Hyde Park is the place to be. From the Rose Garden to the Speakers' Corner you will be surrounded by flowers, fountains and statues, and the atmosphere will make you forget to be in the center of a metropolis.
A natural grove crossed by small paths, English gardens surrounding the ruins of Holland House, a magnificent Zen garden where a small waterfall pours into a pond full of carp.