Christmas is one of the most magnificent times to visit London. It plays host to many festivities that last from November to December, and you are most likely to find excellent all inclusive holiday deals this time of the year. You will never run out of things to do when you visit London in December, from viewing amazing light displays, to literally shopping until you drop. Let us give you an idea or two:
Ice-skating in the city's most charming skating rinks. It's no secret that London is one of the most beautiful cities during the winter, and this could be attributed to its finest architecture being covered in snow. The city is also home to some of the best ice-skating rinks that will make you fall in love with the city even more, and because of the fact that the temperature can drop really low, you will want to warm up for a bit in those excellent rinks.
Winter Wonderland at Hyde Park. This is one of the most popular attractions for tourists traveling with their family because it provides a fun-filled experience that anyone of any age could have. It's also one of the reasons why it is included in most holiday packages in Christmas. Kids will definitely enjoy watching the frozen sculptures in the Magical Ice Kingdom, while adults will have the same pleasure in the various rides available, including exhilarating roller coasters. You can also enjoy a majestic view of Winter Wonderland and beyond by riding the giant Ferris wheel.
Southbound Centre's Winter Festival. Although this one is a favorite among literary aficionados, it is just as enjoyable to anyone with appreciation for winter. This year's theme will pull the heartstrings of many, since it revolves around gift giving on Christmas. Who has not heard of Dickens' A Christmas Carol? It's the one story about the importance of generosity that drives the message home. As we if we needed more reasons to love this Christmas Festival, a ticket also includes a ride to the Southbound Centre Express that will take the guests to the riverfront!
Christmas shopping in London. Of course, a trip is never complete without shopping, but doing it in London definitely makes the experience a unique one. Is shopping while hearing Christmas carolers in the background your idea of a good time? Then you must visit the city's top Christmas shopping districts. The city houses large Christmas markets such as the Winter Wonderland, but it is also abundant in charming little ones, too. Surprise everyone back home with gifts that communicates what a wonderful time you had in London. Most all inclusive holiday tours cover trips to these shopping districts.