BY: HUES OF DELAHAYE
During December, this place is one of the more alternative Christmas markets in London. It gets a festive feel for Christmas. You’ll find plenty of seasonal produce, mince pies, hot cocoa, and other festive fares.
Oxford Street Go between taking in the sights of the street to heading inside shops for some retail therapy. At Christmas time, lights and festive displays are strung high above the street. Jolly music fills the air as holiday shoppers fill the street.
Sightseeing from the Shard Standing 95 storeys in the sky, the Shard is London’s iconic skyscraper. Warm-up on the rooftop with a cocktail, dine at a restaurant with a view, or simply take in the ambience of the building.
Ride the London Eye The best time to go on the London Eye in winter is after the sun sets. You’ll be able to witness the city lit up in a festive display of holiday sparkle.
Experience Kew at Christmas Christmas at Kew sees the gardens lit up with lights and laser beams. It houses a magnificent collection of native and exotic plant species. Spanning 132 hectares, this massive space features a treetop walkway, outside gardens, and gardens under glass.
Harrod’s is one of London’s most iconic department stores. The acclaimed food hall is a sight to behold and will satisfy all of your cravings. Feast your eyes on delectable desserts, fresh-baked bread, endless displays of meat and cheese, and so much more.