Hyde Park has a number of up and coming events worth taking a look into. For one, the Steps for Jo’s: The London 5 and 10 is a great place to start. Taking place on the 14th June at Hyde Park between 10:30AM and 1PM, the annual 5k and 10k event is ideal for someone who wants to have a run in the city for a reputable charity. Despite the concerning nature of the cause (cervical cancer), it’s a fun filled day, with runners, walkers and dogs all welcome.
When we visit a new city our aim is usually to get the best out of our trip. And doing something for a noble cause is a great, unconventional way to go about it. In essence, taking part in this run will add a little meaning to your trip that you otherwise wouldn’t have. Plus, we all too often tell ourselves that we’d like to do something new. Running a 5/10k is a great way to push yourself out of your comfort zone – all while you’re on holiday! It’s well known exploring on foot is probably the best way to discover the capital. And so, running through the urban jungle of London will not only test your limits; it’ll make you appreciate the city in a novel way.
Hyde Park is without a doubt an inspiring venue, filled with natural delights and a pervading atmosphere of tranquillity. For aspiring photographers, the Photography Masterclass held on the 25th May is definitely worth a look into. You’ll learn how to get closer to wildlife, and learn the craft behind taking an exquisite snapshot. Since the event is naturally held in a green, lush landscape – you’ll be in the perfect environment to practice getting those shots just right. Another event which follows along the same theme is the Painting the landscape beginners course.
You’ll be in the prime location – ready to test yourself by sketching the landscape, drawing clouds, and learn how to better paint trees, flowers, and landscapes. It’s worth mentioning that these two courses are both six weeks long, so are better suited for travellers staying in business hotels London for the longer term. These accommodations tend to have everything a business traveller needs; with conference rooms, photocopying and fax facilities, and dedicated business lounges. In short, Hyde Park is a wonderful place to be in if you’re travelling for both business and pleasure.
If you’re only planning on staying in the capital for a short duration this summer, then you simply must visit the British Summer Time Hyde Park festival. It takes place between the 21st June and the 28th June 2015. This invigoratingextravaganza will be featuring tons of live music, comedy acts and film shows. Some of the headline acts that confirmed for the event include: Kylie Minogue, The Who, and Taylor Swift. They’ll all be respectively playing on the June 21st, the June 26th and the 27th June. If you’re looking for a music festival like no other – then London Hyde Park is the place to be this summer.
In conclusion, there are a range of events in Hyde Park waiting for you. Take advantage of them with ease by booking your accommodation at one of the many business hotels in London situated right in the area. And let’s not forget, you’ll be in one of the most sought after areas in the city, with close proximity to the many attractions, museums, art galleries and royal parks in the area.