Yes people, the magical time has yet again entered our part of the world!
25th December will take London to storm with jingling bells, incredible feasts, restaurant special offers and of course how can we forget Santa distributing gifts on Boxing Day (26th December) in the form of unbelievable reduced London sales!
See the dazzling city by heading towards South Kensington for ice skating rinks or Covent Garden to take pictures with the largest Christmas tree in London. Christmas comes with a great energy and spirit and unlike every year the city will get more sparkelsome by the end of November this time.
In fact you’ll be amazed to know that Regent’s Park and Oxford Street have already been garlanded with Christmas lights giving the capital an instant makeover.
The excitement of Christmas will continue till 31st December and London will turn into a tinsel town welcoming the New Year’s Eve with 12,500 fireworks lighting up the night sky at London Eye and Big Ben. The BBC will officially broadcast the show live and more than 13m people will be tuning in to watch the display.
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Luminous November enters with a ‘BANG’, a display of fireworks around London to mark Bonfire Night on the 5th night. The fire-themed evening of entertainment shows beautiful colours, also called ‘Guy Fawkes’. It refers to the historical event happened back in 1605, when a Catholic conspirator Guy Fawkes tried to blow up the Houses of Parliament and King James I.
On the brightest night of London the view is not something to miss. The colourful event gives a great view of London by illuminating the sky with splendid colours and wonderful lights.
The blazing bonfires and fizzing fireworks displays will take place at different venues around London. The Bishops Park, Alexander Palace, Wimbledon Park and the Crystal Palace Park are a few to name.
The event is a part of two weeks festival and starts even before its official date and ends after few days. If you want a good view don’t forget to book tickets in advance!