Sundays are the perfect days for cracking open my a walking book, spending time with my other half learning some London history and getting some quality Instagram material. The first of these walks we did was in South Kensington, this time we decided to head to North London to explore Primrose Hill and Regent’s Park. I thought I’d take you along with me so you can recreate this walk and grab some insta-snaps of your own, I’ve included a map at the end of the post so you don’t miss the best spots!
Reaching Primrose Hill make sure you pick up an ice cream from one of the ice cream vans (I went for a bubblegum ice lolly because I’m a child at heart!) before heading up the hill to enjoy your treat! Thankfully the hill isn’t too taxing and you will be thanked with one of the best views of London you can find throughout the city. It’s always busy right at the top of the hill, especially if it’s sunny, but there’s plenty of space for everyone. You can see such a great panorama of London from here, make sure you keep your eyes peeled for The BT Tower, The Shard, London Zoo, the London Eye and loads more. There are information boards around the top of the hill if you want to get more information on the history of the area. This was actually my first visit to Primrose Hill but I’ve actually been back a few times since and it’s a great place to bring visitors.
From here you can end your work by heading towards Regent’s Park station or stopping at one of the many pubs and restaurants nearby for a drink.
I’ve made a map for you if you want to follow this walk and re-create it: