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Make a holiday apartment in Regent’s Park your home away from home

You will find beautiful holiday rentals that will exceed your expectations when you choose a Regent’s Park holiday apartment. Choose a cosy one bedroom apartment with a well-appointed kitchen. Or you could opt for an amazing six bedroom holiday apartment with floor to ceiling windows and clean, crisp, modern décor. No matter which Regent’s Park holiday apartment that you choose you will have easy access to some of London’s most popular attractions.

Things to do

-London Zoo: The London Zoo is located right in Regent’s Park, so you must make a stop here during your holiday. Explore the many exhibits and see hundreds of species of wildlife including tigers, gorillas and many more. A petting zoo is a favourite with younger visitors and there are special presentations throughout the day that give you a chance to learn more about some of the creatures that live at the zoo.

-Open Air Theatre: One of the prominent features within Regent’s Park is the open air theatre. If you holiday to this area from May through September then you will be able to enjoy one of the many performances that is put on here throughout the summer months.

-Nightlife: Regent’s Park is a lovely, quiet spot, but your Regent’s Park holiday apartment will be within a short distance of some of London’s hottest nightspots. Enjoy some live music, dancing and drinking as you party the night away.

-Museums: The area around Regent’s Park is rich with art and history museums. Some people spend their entire holiday browsing through the museum’s collections. Others save these spots for a rainy day during their stay. Either way, with options like The National Gallery and the Natural History Museum, there is sure to be something to interest everyone.

-Art galleries and antique shops: Spend a lazy afternoon meandering through some of the many art galleries and antique shops located near your Regent’s Park holiday apartment. Take a look at London’s past through the treasures in the antique shops or visit and art gallery and take home a new treasure created by a local artist.

Weather in Regent’s Park

The best time to visit Regent’s Park depends on how you want to spend your time. If you plan to spend most of your time at your Regent’s Park holiday apartment in the out of doors then you should visit in the spring or summer. If, however, most of your plans involve museums and other indoor pursuits then you can avoid the largest crowds by visiting during another time of year. The average temperature during the winter months is 5° to 6° C. During the spring you can expect average temperatures of 10° to 13° C. Summer brings average temperatures of 18° to 20° C. Expect some rainfall each month. The average is between 40 and 70 mm per month.

Travel to Regent’s Park

When travelling to your Regent’s Park holiday apartment you will likely fly into Heathrow Airport (LHR). From there, you can take the railway to King’s Cross Station and then a short taxi ride will complete your journey. Another, albeit more expensive, option is to hire a pre-booked car to meet you at the airport and deliver you to your holiday rentals.

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