PRIMROSE HILL LONDON
A fabulous view 10 minutes walk from Camden Market where you can enjoy a picnic while taking in some of the best view over London, and it’s free.
THE PERFECT SPOT FOR A PICNIC
If you are visiting Camden Market with small children in your group then at Primrose Hill you can find a playground and space for them to run around.
Primrose Hill is regarded as one of the most beautiful viewpoints in North London. Not just because of it’s almost 360° degree viewpoint over the city of because of the scale of panorama it offers, But because when you find yourself at its summit it’s a view that takes the “Urban-ness” out of London. For although London has become more developed, Primrose Hill, set in the middle of its park grounds, preserves itself as a capsule of London 100 years ago.
It’s also a place where people find solitude to be alone with their thoughts and it has a quality of silence found nowhere else in the capital. During the summer months the banks of the hill become populated with families and young people who take out picnics to enjoy the open space and the glorious views over the capital city. Furthermore, with the tropical birds of London’s famous Zoo filling the air with their songs, it is a truly unique viewpoint with a truly unique backdrop.
REGENT’S PARK VILLAGE
There is a reason the starts love to live in Regent’s Park Village, and you can find it adjacent to Primrose Hill!
Locked away in a zone all by itself, due that the village backs onto the main railway line on one side, and the canal blocking cars transiting through, the area is cut off from the noise of traffic, and is only 5 minutes walk from Camden’s Stables Market. You might even see a famous celebrity as the houses that flank Primrose Hill (at the end main street) have been favoured locations of celebrities of today, and writers and artists of days gone by.
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