While Waiting For Your Quiqee: Embrace London’s great outdoors

Have you ever thought about all the possibilities available while waiting for your Quiqee to arrive? We know you decided to use Quiqup so that you can use your time more wisely, because who really has the time for sitting in traffic, queueing in the supermarket, or going out to get an item that’s skipped your mind? We decided to give you some inspiration by giving you some cool way you could spend your precious moments you’ve saved by passing your responsibilities onto us.

This week is going to be a hot one, and we’re expected the to reach temperatures of 28–29C by Saturday, so we’re giving you the lowdown on the 8 best parks in London to walk your dog, have a picnic or just bask in the British sun.

№1: Regent’s Park

Regent’s Park has the largest grass area available to use for sports in Central London, giving you, your friends and even your dog the most amount of space possible to run, jump and sweat. But you still need your weekly groceries? Our Quiqees can do that… Being an adult has never been this easy.

№2 Hyde Park

This park offers something for everyone, whether you’re into open water swimming, boating, cycling, tennis and horse riding. It is also a cyclists paradise, with access allowed on all roads and specially designated cycle tracks, also regularly accommodated by rollerbladers and skateboarders alike.

Take in the sights, breathe in the fresh air, spend valuable time with your canine companion and experience one of London’s finest parks, while our Quiqees run the errands for you.

№3: Holland Park

Fancy venturing further into West London? Holland Park is the largest park in the Royal Borough with gardens, children’s play facilities, sports areas, a cafeteria, the beautiful Kyoto Japanese garden and large areas of woodland abundant with wildlife. Just make sure you don’t take too long, your Quiqee will be waiting for you!

№4: Clissold Park

One of Hackney’s best-loved traditional parks. Opened in 1889 and recognised as one of the best green spaces in the country, holding a Green Flag award since 2006. It really is one of the best locations in London to experience nature in the sunshine.

№5: Primrose Hill

Primrose Hill has a character all of its own. The summit of the hill provides some of the most spectacular views across London imaginable. Don’t believe us? Check it out for yourself.

№6: Green Park

Green Park covers 19 hectares between Hyde Park and St. James’s Park. Together with Kensington Gardens and the gardens of Buckingham Palace, these parks form an almost unbroken stretch of open land reaching from Whitehall and Victoria station to Kensington and Notting Hill. Take it all in while your Quiqee is getting your supplies for a sizzling Sunday BBQ with friends and family.

№7: Richmond Park

A National Nature Reserve, London’s largest Site of Special Scientific Interest and a European Special Area of Conservation. All these things makes it a perfect natural reserve. You and your dog will love it here.

№8: Battersea Park

Home to several historic and attractive gardens found all throughout the park, as well as home to some record breaking trees! You’ll find an amazing variety of wildlife here, especially the birds that hang around the lake.

Philip Crean, Content Executive

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