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Regent's Park is one of London's Royal Parks. It covers an area of 411 acres, with the NW1 4NR typically used as the postcode for the park. Officially the park is known as 'The Regent's Park'.
Within the park there are three playgrounds, there's also a lake, and Belsize Park Rugby Football Club actually play all their home games in the park.
As you'd expect, the nearest tube station is Regent's Park station. However, Baker Street, Great Portland Street, Mornington Crescent and St John's Wood stations are all within a short walk.
There is no official car park available. Instead, there is pay and display parking available on some of the streets around Regent's Park. Alternatively, for the best price and peace of mind you can book a guaranteed space through YourParkingSpace.
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Latest Regent's Park parking reviews
Great parking experience. Online booking tend to be cheaper.Jansher
Really efficient helpful serviceMo
Good parking space very helpfullWilliam
Very cheap compared to other parking and very easy to get into and out would use this car parking place again very happy.Christopher
All very good . Staff helpful found space quickly and easily. Barrier opened on arrival and ticket issued. I would use again, good value for money. I would recommend to others.Emma
Super .I will definitely use again.Vali
Great price for the location. ThanksJohn
easy to find and cheap 5 starSophie
all good thanks, much cheater to book in advanceMichał
Easy access and to find just followed the sat nav straight to the entrance. Lift to ground level good but last few steps to pavement level a bit of a pain with suitcases. Excellent value would use again.Andrew