Hyde Park is one of the most beautiful areas in London. The public park (Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens) is central London’s largest. In the middle of the park is The Serpentine, a lake which runs along the valley of the River Westbourne. The Diana Memorial sculptured fountain is also located in the Royal Park. To the northeast of Hyde Park is Speaker’s Corner and Marble Arch, with the Edgware Road and Oxford Street running off the roundabout. Park Lane runs south from here to Hyde Park Corner with Mayfair to the east. To the north of the park is Bayswater and Lancaster Gate. The area is well served by tubes and buses and many tourist favourites can be reached on foot, particularly the shopping areas of Oxford Street and Bond Street.