PUBLISHED: 11:08, Fri, Dec 4, 2020 | UPDATED: 11:08, Fri, Dec 4, 2020
Lockdown may be over but under the strict new tier system, life has still not improved that much for many people. London, like many other areas in England, is in Tier Two. This means that two different households still can't meet indoors. Walking is therefore still a great a way to catch up with friends and family - and perhaps a little warmer than huddling in a beer garden.
For dog owners, trotting out on a daily constitutional is very much needed, but where is best to go in the city?
Experts from dog website tails.com have put together a list of the top five most dog-friendly places around London.Hampstead Heath
At Hampstead Heath, you can walk to the summit of 100-metre high Parliament Hill or wander round 320 hectares of wildlife-filled parkland with your dog.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The heath has some of the best views and highest points in London.
It inspired author C.S. Lewis to write The Chronicles of Narnia while artist John Constable spent his final years painting here.
Hampstead Heath is home to beautiful woodlands, vast heaths and even swimming ponds dedicated to dogs that love a paddle.
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London dog walks: For dog owners, trotting out on a daily constitutional is very much needed (Image: Getty Images)
London walks: At Hampstead Heath, you can walk to the summit of 100-metre high Parliament Hill (Image: Getty Images)
Weavers Fields is the largest open space in the western part of the borough of Tower Hamlets.
It covers an area of just over six hectares. The name commemorates the area's rich silk weaving history which is also reflected in the sculptures found in the park.
There are an adventure park and play area for young children and it also features