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4 Hidden Places to Discover in London

4 Hidden Places to Discover in London

We all know that London is a city that doesn’t need any advertisement to attract tourists. I am sure you heard about this busy city lot of times throughout your life.

London is that type of city that should be visited at least once in a lifetime. However, if we mention cities that we should visit at least once in our lives because they are magnificent or spectacular, London wouldn’t be listed among them. But the reason here is as simple as, you need a lot of time to explore the whole city or at least its main attractions since this Metropolitan city has a lot of entertainment to offer.

But, what about its hidden and calm places that probably only local people know. Places where you can escape from the hustle and bustle of such a massive Metropolis?

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4 Hidden placed to visit in London.

Richmond Park National Nature Reserve
  1. Richmond Park: The historic Richmond Park has been a Royal Park for more than 400 years. You can appreciate its hills, views and woodland gardens. This park gives you the chance to enjoy and see London’s wildlife as something that could hardly be believed.
  2. BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Temple: Popularly known as the “Neasden Temple”. A place of worship and a traditional Hindu temple in north-west London. This place welcomes visitors of all faiths, reaching around 400,000 visitors annually. People visit this temple for religious purposes or to learn about the Indian culture and experience peace and tranquillity in the heart of busy London.
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, London (Neasden Temple)
  1. The Crystal Palace: The Crystal Palace was built in 1852; it took 2 years to finish building this amazing place. It is made of large pieces of glass and iron structures to provide views across London, and the Palace could be seen from different spots across the city. Nowadays, people can go for a walk to enjoy the tranquillity of the park of this stunning palace. It is a perfect place to escape from the stressful environment of London.
The Crystal Palace: The story of a great building | AmorSciendi
  1. Primrose Hill: A grassy hill with picturesque and breathtaking views of the Metropolis. Probably the best viewpoint of the city. A perfect little spot of nature that gives you the chance to watch the busy city from the top, enjoying the tranquillity of the hill’s environment at the same time. People go to Picnic on sunny days, some of them play music and gather in a very peaceful surrounding.

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