Cheer on runners and do some Sunday sightseeing at the same time. The Royal Parks Half Marathon passes a host of famous landmarks along its 13.1 mile route. These include the Royal Albert Hall and The Houses of Parliament. The run also covers four of London’s eight Royal Parks, including Hyde Park, The Green Park, St James’ Park and Kensington Gardens.
You can download a map from the website, to see the full route. The race starts at Admiralty Arch (near Charing Cross) and ends by the festival area in Hyde Park, close to Knightsbridge Tube.
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