15. Hyde Park
The Hyde Park is a royal park covering an area of 390 acres. It was seized by Henry VIII way back in 1536. At present, the park houses a lake called the Serpentine, more than 4,000 trees, and a meadow. You can even practice horse riding during your visit to the Hyde Park. The park’s Marble Arch corner is home to the Speaker’s Corner, a zone dedicated to public speaking.