Category: Festivals & Events

London in May: Weather, Events and Things to Do

May 5, 2015

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London in May

Spring is officially underway and visiting London in May means there’s a good chance of sunny days and crowd-free attractions. This is the time to explore London’s parks and gardens, which will be blooming with colorful flowers; check out the new arrivals at London Zoo; or take a walking or cycling tour of the city’s sights. Best of all, there are loads of events and festivals held in May.

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Harry Potter After-Hours Event at Warner Bros Studio London

May 1, 2015

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Harry Potter After-Hours Event at Warner Bros Studio Tour London

2015 has already been a monumental year for Harry Potter fans with the long-anticipated arrival of the Hogwarts Express at London’s Warner Bros. Studio back in March and now there’s another date for fans to put in their calendar. For one night only, the Harry Potter Warner Bros. Studio tour will be opening its doors to Potter enthusiasts for an extra special event – an after-hours tour including exclusive behind-the-scenes access and never-before-seen live demonstrations.

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London in April: Weather, Events and Things to Do

March 31, 2015

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There's plenty to do in London in April

Spring is officially on its way and April marks the start of London’s busier season, most notably over ‘half term’ – the 2-week-long school holidays held all around the country, which can come with a noticeable bump in prices on accommodation and transport. Thankfully, it also means that there will be plenty of fun family-friendly activities and spring festivals held around the city, making visiting London in April a great alternative to the crowded summer months.

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Do’s and Don’ts for Watching the FA Cup Final in London

March 25, 2015

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Wembley Stadium, London. Photo courtesy of Dan Brown via Flickr.

For many Londoners, football (soccer) is more than just a game – it’s a passion, and watching a football game in London is an unforgettable experience, combining world-class sportsmanship with an unbeatable atmosphere. The capital’s top stadiums host games almost every week throughout the football season, but the biggest match of the year is always the FA Cup Final – the much-anticipated culmination of the annual Football Association Challenge Cup, the oldest and longest-running football competition in the world. Whether you’re a diehard football fanatic or just want to experience the thrill of the ultimate championship game; here are some do’s and don’ts for watching the FA Cup Final in London.

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10 Ways to Celebrate Spring in London

March 17, 2015

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Tower Bridge, London

After a long winter of snow, rain and gale-force winds, Londoners are more than ready for some warmer weather and spring is the ideal time for sightseeing and exploring the city’s green spaces. Whether admiring the seasonal blooms at the Chelsea Flower Show, watching the famous Oxford-Cambridge boat race or enjoying open-air theater at Shakespeare’s Globe, there are plenty of great ways to celebrate spring in London. Here are some ideas.

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Hogwarts Express Comes to London’s Warner Bros. Studio

February 26, 2015

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Hogwarts Express Comes to London’s Warner Bros. Studio

London’s Warner Bros. Studio tour has been the number 1 destination for Harry Potter fans visiting the capital since it opened its doors in 2012 and things are set to get a whole lot more exciting in 2015, with the arrival of the Hogwart’s Express. Yes, the original Hogwarts Express Locomotive that transported the young wizards and witches to the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, will finally be making an appearance at the Warner Bros. Studios and it’s sure to be a big hit with fans.

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Visiting Stonehenge from London

February 17, 2015

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Visiting Stonehenge from London

An instantly recognizable landmark and one of England’s most intriguing historic sites, Stonehenge has long been on the ‘must-see’ list for travelers to London and whether you’re celebrating the summer solstice or just snapping a selfie in front of the iconic stones, it’s an unmissable attraction, as well as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Located in Salisbury just an hour and a half from the capital, visiting Stonehenge from London makes a popular choice for a day trip, often combined with nearby attractions like Stratford-Upon-Avon, Windsor or Bath, and with archeologists recently uncovering a further 17 monuments at the site, it’s the ideal time to visit.

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London in February: Weather, Events & Things to Do

February 3, 2015

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There's plenty to do in London in February

Make sure to pack some warm clothes if you’re visiting London in February – it’s one of the coldest months of the year and with temperatures averaging 5-6°C and occasionally dipping below 0°C, you’ll need to be prepared for some frosty mornings and rainy afternoons. Don’t let it put you off sightseeing though – February is a great time to bag a bargain on flights and accommodation, pick up cheap West End Theater Tickets and visit new exhibitions at many of London’s museums and galleries. Be sure to put these dates in your diary, too:

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Things to Do This Week in London

December 15, 2014

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London. Photo courtesy of Trodel via Flickr

Things to Do This Week in London:December 15th -31st

With both Christmas and New Year’s Eve to celebrate, this week in London is set to be the brightest, busiest and most festive of the whole year. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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10 Magical Ways to Spend the Holidays in London

November 11, 2014

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Hyde Park Winter Wonderland, London

With Christmas markets springing up all around the city, reindeer paying a visit to Covent Garden and glittering illuminations adorning the capital’s most iconic landmarks, London wastes no time getting in the festive mood. Christmas is the most atmospheric time of year to explore the city and whether you’re ice-skating beneath the Tower of London, visiting Santa at one of his most spectacular grottos or sipping mulled wine as you admire the festive shop window displays, there are plenty of magical ways to spend the holidays in London.

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