London in winter

London in winter is a fairytale worth to be experienced at least once in a lifetime.
British capital offers a great variety of entertainment and you will definitely find something fun to do during your stay there.

City walk in the festive London

During the festive season, the whole city is transformed by sparkly, glowing lights and beautiful Christmas decorations. The emblematic central district Soho takes on a magical feel over the holiday season. The Oxford Street attracts hundreds of people who are searching for the perfect christmas gifts. Every year the famous Regent Street is lit up with lots of sparkling lights that resemble a starry sky. A winter walk to Trafalgar Square will fully immerse you in the rhythm of life in London. There you will have the opportunity to see the largest and most beautiful Christmas tree in the whole city.

Holiday shopping in London

If holiday shopping is one of your favourite things to do in winter, London is definitely the right place for you. The city has one of the most popular shopping centers in Britain like Whiteleys, Brent Cross and Westfield. You will fall in love with the magical christmas market in Southbank Center. Тhere are over 80 small wooden artisan shops from which you can buy handmade christmas gifts, homemade food, sweets and hot drinks. Don’t miss the delicious traditional christmas cake with almond flour and dried fruits.

Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park

There is something very magical in the winter festivals. During this time of the year in the famous Hyde Park in London one of the most joyful events takes place - Winter Wonderland. The festival is spectacular and has offers for everybody’s taste. You can go ice skating, roller coaster rides, street food stalls, festive bars and live music. Make sure not to miss the tasty sausages and beverages.

The London Music Walk of Fame

If you are a music lover, make sure to visit the newly opened Music Walk of Fame, located in Camden Town, between the Roundhouse and the popular Koko Club. There you can see the first honorable star of the legendary Roger Daltree and Pete Townsend from the English rock band The Who.