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This walk takes you to two charming neighborhoods with a small-town feel. In between you’ll find Regent’s Park. 


Marylebone is located north of Oxford Street, with a selection of stores and restaurants that make it the envy of all others. During this walk you will pass places where the affluent locals like to shop and eat. Marylebone High Street especially is home to countless stores and restaurants, which offer ample opportunity to enjoy a lavish lunch and shop till you drop. The Golden Hind in Marylebone Lane has the best fish and chips in the city.


Through Regent’s Park this walk takes you to Primrose Hill, a charming residential neighborhood. The view out over the city is spectacular from the top of the eponymous hill. You will also pass Regent’s Park Road, the heart of the neighborhood. This is a hidden corner of London, with a small-town feel and colorful facades. The restaurants and pubs surrounding Regent’s Park Road are popular among the local “yummy mummies”, entrepreneurs and the celebrity set. 


This walk is perfect for everyone who wants to discover a different, laid-back side of London. Regent’s Park is a wonderful place to get some fresh air, either on foot or by bike. On weekends, Londoners come here to run, fly kites, or visit the London Zoo, which is home to more than 12,000 animals.

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Highlights of this route

  • Marylebone High Street

  • The Golden Hind
  • Regent’s Park
  • The view from Primrose Hill
  • Regent’s Park Road

Summary

Distance

10.3 Km

Addresses

35 Addresses

Good to know

A great walk if you want some fresh air, either on foot or by bike

A day full of

Boutiques, cafés, pubs, restaurants, park.

Up-to-date

July 2017

Product Description

This walk takes you to two charming neighborhoods with a small-town feel. In between you’ll find Regent’s Park. 


Marylebone is located north of Oxford Street, with a selection of stores and restaurants that make it the envy of all others. During this walk you will pass places where the affluent locals like to shop and eat. Marylebone High Street especially is home to countless stores and restaurants, which offer ample opportunity to enjoy a lavish lunch and shop till you drop. The Golden Hind in Marylebone Lane has the best fish and chips in the city.


Through Regent’s Park this walk takes you to Primrose Hill, a charming residential neighborhood. The view out over the city is spectacular from the top of the eponymous hill. You will also pass Regent’s Park Road, the heart of the neighborhood. This is a hidden corner of London, with a small-town feel and colorful facades. The restaurants and pubs surrounding Regent’s Park Road are popular among the local “yummy mummies”, entrepreneurs and the celebrity set. 


This walk is perfect for everyone who wants to discover a different, laid-back side of London. Regent’s Park is a wonderful place to get some fresh air, either on foot or by bike. On weekends, Londoners come here to run, fly kites, or visit the London Zoo, which is home to more than 12,000 animals.

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