Love in London

9 Things Not to Do on Valentine’s Day in London

Love it or hate it, there’s no ignoring Valentine’s Day, and whether you relish the opportunity to be romantic or write it off as another money-spinner for the greeting card industry, you’ll likely still find yourself doing something on February 14th. Forget grand gestures, generic chocolate boxes and cutesy teddy bears, though – make 2016 the year to do something a bit different for Valentine’s, whether that means organizing a truly unforgettable evening or boycotting romantic celebrations altogether. To get you thinking along the right track, here are nine things not to do on Valentine’s Day in London.

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February 9, 2016 by
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London in January

London in January

After its enormous Christmas and New Year’s Eve celebrations, you’d be forgiven for thinking London would quieten down in January. Thankfully, there’s plenty of festive cheer left, and visiting London in January is a great time to soak up the holiday atmosphere without the pre-Christmas crowds. Wrap up warm and kick off the new year with some of these fun January events.

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January 5, 2016 by
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London in December: Weather, Events and Things to Do

London in December

With dazzling illuminations, crowds of Christmas shoppers and no shortage of festive cheer; spending the holiday season is London is sure to be memorable. Here are just some of the fun events to enjoy in London in December.

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December 1, 2015 by
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London in November

London in December

November marks the start of the winter months in London but while the frosty mornings might not make you feel like sightseeing, it’s still an atmospheric time of year to visit. Towards the end of the month, the streets of London will be illuminated with Christmas lights and festive decorations, and it’s a great time for early Christmas shopping, free from the crush of holiday season tourists.

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November 3, 2015 by
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London in October

Autumn in London might mean shorter days and cooler nights, but it’s still an atmospheric time to visit the capital, with colorful fall foliage blanketing the city parks and a host of festivals and events to distract you from the cold. Fewer crowds and shoulder-season prices also make visiting London in October a good time for sightseeing, after which you can warm up with a traditional pub dinner.

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October 6, 2015 by
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Celebrating Halloween in London

Get ready for Halloween in London!

With the spookiest night of the year just around the corner, London is all set for its annual ghoulish makeover, with shop windows decked out with jack-o-lanterns and fake bats, trick-or-treaters taking to the streets and a whole week of special events, horror movie screenings and costume parties. Renowned as one of the most haunted capital cities in Europe, Halloween in London is the ideal time to discover the city’s dark side on a London Ghost Tour or follow in the footsteps of London’s most notorious serial killer, Jack the Ripper, but they’ll also be a host of family-friendly scares to enjoy at the city’s top attractions.

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September 12, 2015 by
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The 10 Best Souvenirs to Buy in London

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From Royal mementos and keychains emblazoned with red telephone boxes and double-decker buses to the ubiquitous “I love London” t-shirts and endless Union Jack memorabilia, London’s souvenir shops are bursting with kitsch keepsakes, but there are also plenty of quality souvenirs to be found in the city. Whether you want to invest in a timeless designer item, bring a taste of England back with you or seek out a uniquely British gift, here are some ideas for the best souvenirs to buy in London.

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September 8, 2015 by
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London in September: Weather, Events and Things to Do

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Summer might be coming to an end in London and the nights getting cooler — the average temperature in September is 16°C, with highs starting off around 20°C (make sure to pack a light jacket or raincoat, as well as a warm sweater for the evening hours) — but there’s still plenty to see and do in London in September. Here are a few dates for your diary.

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September 1, 2015 by
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25 Free Things to Do This Fall in London

Regent's Park

Whether you’ve blown all your funds during your summer holidays or are saving for the holiday season, autumn is the ideal time to save money in London. To help you make the most of your trip without breaking your budget, here are 25 free things to do this fall in London.

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August 18, 2015 by
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Seeing the Highlights of London in One Day

A tour of iconic London

A first trip to London is kind of like walking into your favorite store and not knowing where to look first, there’s so much to see and do. This means planning can turn into a daunting task. Should you visit both Westminster Abbey and St. Paul’s? Buy tickets for a West End show ahead of time or try to get discounted tickets once there? Is the tube really the best way to get around? (The answers are yes, wait for discounts unless there’s a show you’re set on seeing, and yes again.)

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August 4, 2015 by
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