BY: HUES OF DELAHAYE
With a perfect blend of modern wonders and English charm, London is one of the most multicultural cities in the world and the largest in Western Europe.
London’s theatres, galleries, and museums experience none of the seasonal lulls all year round, and the restaurant scene and nightlife are a hub of activity from January to December.
Summer begins in June and ends in the second week of September. London’s parks are buzzing with food and music festivals, open-air cinemas usher in the crowds, and flower shows exhibit colourful displays.
London in June The Masterpiece London An annual London event held in June, where visitors get to see the beautiful pieces of art, unique jewellery, and fine antiques at this unmissable art fair.
Tennis enthusiasts can watch the Wimbledon Championships, which run from the 2nd to the 15th of July.
Buckingham Palace also opens up to the public during the month of July, which means you can take a tour of the monarchy’s residence.
The Totally Thames offers visitors and residents an opportunity to see artworks and enjoy concerts in unique places and explore the history of the River Thames through walks and free exhibitions.