Day or night, summer or winter, Primrose Hill provides stunning views over London. A must see for all.
Walked up here early one morning & watched the sky change colour over London. Not much else to do apart from admire the amazing view and people watch, but I managed to sit there for about an hour and a half anyway. Definitely worth the train ride & walk up.
Well worth the 'huff and puff' to get to the top of the hill. Superb panoramic view over the city with so many landmarks to pick out. Approached along the canal towpath it added a great side excursion to our day visit to nearby Camden Market. Hope to come back again sometime soon for a longer look..
It was a fairly gentle walk up from Chalk Farm tube station on a fine Saturday afternoon. The view was stunning. There were lots of people waiting for dusk. Sadly we had to go to get home but we shall visit again.
Primrose Hill itself is nothing special. It is just a rather plain hill across the road from Regent's Park, and is somewhere where local people walk their dogs. But what makes this place really special is the view from the top of the hill. It is one of the most famous views of London. It is so special that it... More
This park isn't all that spectacilur if it wasn't for hill that gives the amazing view of London. I recommend going there at dusk to see the city and park lights sparkle, or watch the fireworks on Guy Fawkes day (5th Nov - beware MASSIVE crowds).
A beautiful place to be on a sunny day, great for a picnic or barbecue and even sun-bathing if you're bold enough! Standing right on top, you'll get to see the London skyline and spot various attractions from afar.
The view from the top of the hill through dusk and in to evening is stunning. A beautiful spot to enjoy the twinkling lights of the city. Take care after dark as my girlfriend and I were harassed by a man who began following us around, making us feel quite uneasy.
We walked up to the to having visited Camden Market, walking along Regents Park Road from close to Chalk Farm Tube. Primrose Hill is a lively area anyway, lovely architecture and a very laid back feel. From the park we had a lovely view back towards the city and spent a while there, taking in the view and getting photos.... More
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