London is a fabulous city to visit at any time of the year, but if you really want to enjoy a unique experience of the city, visit London in fall. It is that time of the year when the place has less visitors, is quieter and also is the time when numerous events are held.
If you have never visited London and planning a trip, a visit this fall would be ideal. Although, the city is expensive there are plenty of budget hotels in London for all kinds of travellers.
Also as fall is the off-season you could further save on accommodation expenses with numerous London hotel offers up for grabs.
Some of the top reasons to spend this fall in London are:
Much more cost-effective: Spending time in London in fall is much cheaper than other parts of the year. There are a number of low cost airline carriers offering flights that are economically priced and a drop in hotel rates at this part of the year. Of course, if you want to snag the best deals you have to make bookings in advance.
Enjoy the natural beauty: The city plays host to some of the finest parks and gardens, and one of the best times to see London in its full natural glory is in fall. With clean refreshing breeze and stunning foliage, accompanied by serenity not found when the crowds are here, London is at its charming best. While London’s Royal Parks are distinctive attractions in their own rights some of the best to visit include Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, Richmond Park and Greenwich Park.London is at its natural best at this part of the year.
Enjoy a variety of food: When autumn sweeps in to London, it offers a rare opportunity to enjoy some of the finest traditional comfort food at different parts of the city. These can be enjoyed at pubs across the city, which serve classic English dishes like lamb shank, ale and pie, apple crumble etc. One of the best spots to head to is historic George Inn in Southwark. The inn has been around from the 17th century and is the sole remaining galleried inn that serves the finest of British traditional fare. Another alternative is to join in on a Twilight Soho Food Tour or an East End Food Tour where you will experience the best of culture and food.
Plenty of traditional events: Fall is the season when numerous events that take place owing to the numerous traditional holidays at that time of the year. Some of these include popular events like Halloween, Bonfire Night and the Lord Mayor’s Show and Fireworks among other festivities. The latter is to be held on November 11th this year and is a spectacular event with a parade, free walking tours of London and an opportunity to see the ornate Golden State Coach. The festivities culminate with an impressive fireworks show over the Thames River. A magnificent event it is not to be missed when in London.