The largest, remote and wild London park and therefore looking unlike all the others. Not very easy accessible, it is located in the South-Western London. But its district - Richmond – well deserves a visit. The Thames on the outskirts of the city is not like a river in the center: the overgrown shore pubs with benches on a sunny day - the crowds with a pint of beer on the beach at low tide and rowing competitions. The main advantage of Richmond Park is the deer. There are three types of them here: red-tailed, white-spotted and brown. They walk in herds and jump out of the fern five meters away from you. It's true. Everything else - the lake, the woods, rabbits, cafes, golf – all of that is not important. The deer are certainly worth a 40-minute tube ride.