Enjoy a late-night ice skating session with music by top DJs at one of the Skate Lates. Learn to skate or improve your abilities with Skate School, and let little ones have a go on the ice at the Polar Bear Club.
The dates and locations for the 2019 Coca-Cola Christmas truck tour were revealed, and the list includes various London locations.
The Romans who funded the city, named it Londinium. It was later called Lundenwic before becoming the good old London.19 Million Travellers Visit London Every Year
Whether you’re going to London on holiday or you’re a frequent visitor, using an Oyster travel smartcard is the easiest way to travel around the city’s public transport system.
Hyde Park’s massive funfair and festival opens its wide doors on 21 November 2019 for the Christmas season and runs until 5 January 2020. With the exception of Christmas Day, it is open from 10 am to 10 pm every day (except for the first day, 21 November, when it opens at 4 pm).
See incredible London wildlife, wonderfully planned gardens, and of course, lots of space for summertime picnics and refreshing winter tours in London’s parks. As well as being ideal for relaxing, London’s parks have plenty of things to do and activities to experience.
It may still be a good few weeks before the big day itself, but London is already into the Christmas spirit with various markets chock-full of mulled wine and delicious mince pies.
Whether you’re looking for a cosy place with a quiet corner, you’re interested in buzzing spots for a group session on the ales, or you’re after family times complete with the finest Sunday lunch, these London pubs cater to all appetites. We’ve rounded up our favourite pubs across the capital, so you can cut out the faff and concentrate on getting a round in. Bottoms up!
Don’t let the rain stop you from enjoying all that London has to offer; there are countless things to do and see on a rainy day, with several free attractions that are an excellent way to get some culture while shielding from the shower. Whether you’re looking for family-friendly activities or would rather sit out the rain in London’s best bars, we’ve got it covered (literally).
it’s beginning to look a bit) like Christmas, and London is getting in on the festive spirit.
Christmas may yet be a way off, but there are plenty of displays going up over the next few weeks to keep an eye out for, with switching-on functions organised from early November.