You can walk from Parliament Square in the centre of London right out to the western edges of town in the parks which join up to form a massive green lung in the fashionable district of Kensington. London's other green lung is north of Baker Street in Regent's Park. You can rollerblade in designated areas (only) of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, and riding along 'Rotton Row' is the height of equestrian fashion (or was, in the days before cars or rollerblades) - see our 'Activities page for wheeled or hoofed parklife. Speakers' corner in Hyde park (Marble Arch tube) is popular on Sunday mornings. For a guide to the parks see our 'Walks' section. Tube: Hyde Park Corner, Marble Arch, Queensway, South Kensington, Kensington High Street.

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