The golden leaves are fading away almost as quickly as they appeared here in London.

If there is one place you can still catch the last of Autumn in London, its Regents Park.

I’m used to the colours of Richmond Park and Hyde Park, but Regents Park truly topped them all this year.

The leaves may be falling from the trees, but that just makes the pavements even more beautiful – just try to resist kicking around in the absolute piles of leaves…

The park is big enough to spend hours in whiling away the day. Grab a coffee and snack from one of the teeny cafes or even go for a full meal in the few restaurants that are here.

But what really is worth a visit, is Primrose Hill.

Not far from Regents Park itself, Primrose Hill is a gorgeous viewpoint that looks out over the whole of London. Going in fall was probably the best decision I’ve made in a long time; those gorgeous colours just looked breath-taking amongst the famous London skyline.

I do love winter and getting festive, but I’m sure going to miss fall.

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Picture yourself: you’re walking through a vast park with thousands of trees. Their red, yellow and burnt orange leaves fall around your feet. The sun still shines, but the fresh air bites just enough for you to nuzzle into your oversized scarf; so you tighten your grip around your warm coffee cup and…

Yeah, you get the picture. In case you didn’t gather I was describing an autumn day in London… and the perfect way to spend an Autumn day here is to grab a hot cuppa’ coffee and kick around in the leaves.

As much as I love the adventures of summer and the beauty of Spring, there is nothing quite like seeing the trees turn red.

Did you know that 47% of London is green space? Bundle on that warm sweater, take that cuppa’ coffee to go and to one of my four favourites this Autumn.

  1. Wander around Barnes Wetland Centre

A place many people have not heard of, I came across Barnes Wetland Centre last weekend, when we went for a stroll after a Sunday pub lunch at the Red Lion. There is not a lot to do as such here, but it was like a painting.

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2. Grab a hot drink in Green Park after a visit at Buckingham Palace

Being so close to Buckingham Palace, this park is a place every visitor will surely walk through or see; so it is an obvious one. (As is Hyde Park). However, I couldn’t leave it out as it is one of my favourites.

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3. Walk along the Thames in Putney, South West London

Although when people first think of Putney they think of the main high street, if you were to walk along the bridge you’d find a park and an autumn haven of a riverside walk, popular with joggers and dog walkers.

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4. Holland Park, Kensington

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These are my most recent favourite places I have seen this Autumn. Where are yours?

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