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Primrose Hill

Primrose Hill Road, London NW3, England
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London Primrose Hill and Camden Town Walking Tour
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“regents park” (124 reviews)
“london skyline” (102 reviews)
“chalk farm” (21 reviews)
Primrose Hill Road, London NW3, England
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Reviewed 1 week ago

London has many big parks, and if you happen to be near regent's park/london zoo, then you can take a stroll through the park or have a picnic there.

Thank Al3alawi
Reviewed 1 week ago

From Camden Town or Regent's Park it is a short hike to the top of Primrose Hill. There you can sit on the grass (have a picnic if you want), look at the dogs running, kids playing, people walking in groups, pairs or alone... and...More

Thank 1mca2016
Reviewed 1 week ago

If you are visiting Regent's Park, walk over to Primrose Hill and take the short hike all the way to the top for a wonderful view of London.

Thank JoanJh
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great view on London. as a reward for a solid run in the morning thru Regent's Park. So good that I did it again

Thank Marc C
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lovely & beautiful place to see the London skyline. It is a very nice place to go, free entrance. You can bring drink and food and relax while watching the city. Great to take your children and play with a kite!

Thank Yusuf Mansoor i
Reviewed 1 week ago

take the nice walk through regetns park and get up on the highest point primrose hill and enjoy the view of London skyline from Battersea to Camden I would say! went many times, love the place! and the walk Down in the Little streets below...More

Thank hoe120463
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Primrose Hill is a hill of 210 feet high located on the side of Regents Park in London that gives excellent veiws of the skyline of London. Also this is the name of the surrounding area. Best underground station is Chalk Farm.

Thank rayrest
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Regular visitor to this landmark, take a picnic basket and bottle of fizz, it is the perfect place for a summer evening and is close by to a fabulous high street with dog friendly shops.

Thank MasieB
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I stumbled upon this neighborhood after visiting the hideously overcrowded Camden Market one day. And what a lovely escape it was. Loads of independent shops and restaurants, and a lovely view over London.

Thank Bruce P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Take a trip to Primrose Hill for a panaramic view of London. I went during the day but it's also lovely at night with all the city lights Nearby is regents park which has beautiful gardens and lakes. Worth checking out

Thank aussieleeann
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20 January 2017|
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Response from Miller C | Reviewed this property |
It doesn't close if you access from Camden Town/Chalk Farm.
Diana M
31 December 2016|
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Response from stumputtella | Reviewed this property |
Hi Diana There may be some pay and display locally but if there is you may have to have the luck of the Irish to find a free spot
Joan G
6 March 2015|
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Response from PatrickPringle | Reviewed this property |
Chalk Farm Station. Take a right to the crosswalk, cross the street right 20 yard, then a left a Bridge Approach. Walk across the bridge and stay straight up the hill. It is about 3-4 blocks to the entrance of the park... More