Christmas is knocking on the door, and it must be welcomed in the right way. Harrods and many other stores are changing their decorations. Earlier today I saw a chocolate Santa Claus at the Lindt Store in Wembley. Although I am not trying to get overexcited – as it is still some time away – But what is there to do until Christmas?
Winter Wonderland is a must do as it is just magical and also suitable when having children. It is also a good choice if one wants to experience a rather German Christmas market with delicious Mulled Wine. However, there are also other Christmas markets, such as the Leister Square one.
Some winters the Uk has had snow and frozen lakes, yet not well enough, to ice skate on them. Therefore, if one would like to do Winter sports or just enjoy an afternoon slippering on ice one can go to Somerset House at Temples. Skylight at Wapping is a great place to hang out, try street food and skate on ice.
(For more information visit https://www.skylightlondon.com)
If you would like to go for a romantic walk, the Christmas lights are up. The Oxford Street, as well as Carnaby Street street, are beautifully decorated. (For more information visit https://www.timeout.com/london/things-to-do/christmas-lights-in-london?package_page=67741)
List of Christmas markets in London :
Southbank Centre Winter Festival
Winterville at Clapham
London Bridge City Christmas Market
Spirit of Christmas Fair at West Kensington
Greenwich Wintertime Festival
Massive Arts Christmas Fayre at Brixton only 2nd December 2017
Portobello Winter Festival at Westbourne 9th-10th December 2017
Jolly Hobbies Japanese Christmas Market at Muswell Hill only 10th December 2017
Most of them are open from 10am to 10pm. Be aware that some might be closed on Christmas Day (December 25).
(For more information visit https://www.timeout.com/london/shopping/christmas-markets-and-fairs-in-london?package_page=67741)
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