Things to do in London this Christmas

If this year you are spending the Christmas Holiday in London, here are some ideas for a memorable stay.

Skating London, Ice rinks LondonLondon is putting on its ferry lights and Christmas decorations from early November. It also opens the gates to its skate rinks. The National History Museum Ice Rink is one of the most popular skate rinks among tourists and locals. Prices range from £8.80 for children to £12.65 for adults for 50 minutes; it is advisable to book the tickets in advance to avoid waiting too long.  For those who want to enjoy a great view over London while skating, The Skylight is the perfect place. Ticket costs £10 for 45 minutes of fun. Suggested Holiday Homes close to those attractions: Great 1BD Flat Central Zone 1 near Tower BridgeCentral London One Bedroom Flat in Kensington!

Trafalgar Square ChristmasThere is no Christmas without carols. The most popular Christmas concert in London is the Trafalgar Square Carol concert (free admission). For those who want to enjoy Christmas music in an elegant and festive setting, the Christmas Festival at the Royal Albert Hall can be a great Christmas gift for someone visiting London. Suggested Holiday Homes close to those attractions: 1 Bed Flat in St Paul’s the Very Centre of London!Fantastic 1BD flat in the centre

Winter Wonderland LondonChristmas is also one of the busiest times for shopping. London has some great Christmas Markets for those who want to pick special gifts for their loved ones. Winter Wonderland is the biggest Christmas market in London. Opened from the 17th of November until the 1st of January, this place will take you back to your childhood with its festive stalls, shows and delicious food. Southbank Centre’s Wintertime Market is another Christmas market popular for its Swedish food, Finnish Rooftop Sauna as well as great seasonal treats served by the Thames. Suggested Holiday Homes close to those attractions: Luxury 2 Bed Flat in the centre Victoria/Pimlico!Luxury modern 2BD flat in centre


Written by helloguest • November 1, 2017
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