Primrose Hill offers some of the best views in London set inside Regents Park. On warmer days people come from all over to sit atop the hill and breath in the sights of the surrounding South East London. During the winter months, Hampstead can also be seen in the North East. The area itself is pretty high-end and its property prices reflect the type of people who usually take up residency there.
Another of Henry VIII’s park acquisitions that allowed him to partake in his love of hunting, you can also nip off to the nearby London Zoo if animal watching is your thing. Or, you can sit 63 metres above sea level and drink in the sights, peeking above the nearby trees that are purposely kept low so as not to obstruct the wonderful view.