The 23 hectares of St. James Park they are in Westminster, in the center of London. The most beautiful and ornamental, is also the oldest of Royal Parks of London. It is a French garden, which gives us the impression of being in the countryside. It is incredible its variety of coniferous flowers, cypresses, mulberry trees and fig trees, arranged on winding trails. It houses the Mall, place of pompous celebrations.
His beauty has led him to be the protagonist of countless films such as “The 101 Dalmatians” or “Match Point”, among others.
Famous for its views, its pelicans, its black swans and its flowers. From here you can see Westminster, the palace of St. James, Buckingham, the headquarters of the Horse Guards and the domes of Whitehall Court.
It has a small lartificial ago with two islands, Duck Island and West Island. They take refuge in the hundreds of birds that inhabit the park. This park is a true bird reserve. The bridge across the lake offers us the famous views over Buckingham.
This park opens at 5 in the morning and closes at midnight. Probably going to the opening time and watching the birds is a good plan if one day you want to get up early, many people come to that time. Daily, at 3 in the afternoon, they feed the pelicans, it is also worth seeing.