The London Guide: Regent’s Park

I’ve been living in London for two years now and can honestly say that I haven’t visited every tourist site here, every park here or even every trendy restaurant (I beg my mum countless times but she still prefers to eat from home). I do however like to explore. So when my mum asked if my sister and I wanted to go for a walk in one of London’s many parks, I jumped at the opportunity.

Regent’s park is a park in the centre of the city, a short bus ride from Oxford circus and on the other side of the park is the London Zoo. We took the C2 from London Victoria which took about 35 mins due to the traffic in central London.  Once you get off you will find yourself in one of the most expensive real estate areas in London the large houses look over the park, with some taking control of some parts of the park.

IMG_4781.jpg02B73E78-C898-492C-B222-177D35E36EF4.jpgCheeky picture of the park and one of the HUGE HOUSES near the park.

My outfit details

Dungaree: TU by Sainsbury’s

Blouse: New Look

Shoes: Adidas Superstars

Bag: Topshop

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The park is really beautiful with a large lake filled with ducks and swans. If you live in London or are visiting you should definitely visit the place.

PS: CHECK THE WEATHER BEFORE YOU GO! It rained so hard the day we went and we did not have an umbrella and was drenched.

Catch you on the flip side,

Cora x.

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