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Hampstead Heath

London, United Kingdom
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Hampstead Heath used to be the last stretch of countryside for travelers coming into London from the north. It was home to Keats, and a much-visited haven for Dickens and Byron. It is 790 acres of lush forests, rolling hills, and still ponds (unless it's swimming season -- the mixed pond is frequented by the likes of Kate Moss and Benedict Cumberbatch), and oozes London's particular brand of magic and versatility. It's perfect for a sunny gin and tonic picnic or a muddy, misty trudge. Bring the dogs, the kids, or simply your sketchpad for a poetic afternoon worthy of the Romantics.

Hampstead Heath used to be the last stretch of countryside for travelers coming into London from the north. It was home to Keats, and a much-visited haven for Dickens and Byron. It is 790 acres of lush forests, rolling hills, and still ponds (unless it's swimming season -- the mixed pond is frequented by the likes of Kate Moss and Benedict Cumberbatch), and oozes London's particular brand of magic and versatility. It's perfect for a sunny gin and tonic picnic or a muddy, misty trudge. Bring the dogs, the kids, or simply your sketchpad for a poetic afternoon worthy of the Romantics.

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