I really like this invincible and beautiful park. It is very delicate and clean. The children’s playground is colorful and full of natural and childlike fun. The small animals that can be seen everywhere make the park full of vitality. It is next door to Buckingham Palace and you can stop by when you go to No. 10 Downing Street or Buckingham Palace. Go play
St. James’s Park is a large park outside Buckingham Palace. The park is free to enter. It is also a more comfortable route to walk from the subway station to Buckingham Palace. The greenery of the park is really good. The natural ecology is well protected. You can see squirrels. Teal and other ducks roam freely in the park, and you can also see landmarks such as the London Eye.
Beautiful Royal Park with view of Buckingham palace - walking distance from the flat
One of Londons most beautiful parks, with lots of birds, water and green. Great for leisurely walks.
Every Sunday, I used to take a walk into St. James's Park; a beautiful meander around the ponds and gardens of Buckingham Palace. Entering near the St. James's Park tube station, I would exit at Trafalgar Square. The most riveting part of the adventure to me was spotting the ducks. There are dozens of species of them floating around the waters, and the park gives a full description of each of them. A charming activity for a Sunday, and given the crowds, apparently thought by many.