Hyde Park is one of the prominent city parks of the world which offers swimming, cycling, tennis, skating and horse riding. Reaching this park is pretty easy as it is in the heart of London and there are multiple channels available through which one can reach Hyde Park.
There are many private and public services which are provided to reach the Park. Some of them are mentioned below.
You can reach the Hyde Park through a number of underground tube stations such as Knightsbridge Tube Station, Lancaster Tube Station and Marble Arch Tube Station. These tube stations are just 10 minutes by walk. Tubes can be the quickest way to reach the Park by avoiding traffic.
Underground lines which can help you reach Hyde Park are Paddington Railway Station, Marylebone Railway Station, and Victoria Railway station.
There are a number of buses plying from all corners of the city to Hyde Park as it is the central point. From Underground Station of Piccadilly Circus, London, you can take Bus number 19 which takes about 22 minutes to reach Hyde Park. From London Marylebone railway station, Bus number 2 takes approximately 22 minutes as well.
Best time to visit the Hyde Park
People generally go to Hyde Park for Jogging, walking and running, thus, it opens at 5:00 AM throughout the year and closes at midnight. It is the best place for kids to play around and there are great food joints nearby where you can enjoy a cup of coffee and a slice of walnut cake.