All journey times are approximate and subject to variation.
Active things to do in London
With picturesque parks, scenic lakes and state-of-the-art sports facilities, there are so many ways to keep active in the city – whatever the weather. Discover the best of London’s outdoor space with this energetic itinerary.
Drive for 30 minutes to reach Hyde Park Tennis and Sports Centre.
Hyde Park Tennis and Sports Centre
Enjoy a 20-minute stroll north through Hyde Park to reach Hyde Park Stables.
Hyde Park Stables
Next, catch the tube for 35 minutes. Take the central line from Lancaster Gate to Bond Street, followed by the Jubilee line to North Greenwich Station and a three-minute walk to the O2.
Next, take a 15-minute drive or catch the tube 15 minutes on the Jubilee line from North Greenwich to Stratford, followed by a seven-minute walk to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
It’s a 40-minute taxi ride to get back to the hotel, or a seven-minute walk to Stratford Underground Station, followed by 22 minutes on the Central line to Marble Arch and a 12-minute walk along Hyde Park.
Then, take a 15-minute taxi ride to Alexandra Palace.
Next, take a 30-minute drive to Regent’s Canal.
Hail a taxi for a 15-minute drive to the South Bank.
To reach the penultimate stop on the itinerary, take a 15-minute drive to The Regent’s Park.
The Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill
The Dorchester and 45 Park Lane are a 12-minute drive away.