With winter drawing to an end Londoners start to trade-in their winter warmers for sunglasses and sandals. Although spring is not quite as warm as most would like it to be, it is undoubtedly a breath of fresh air from the cold and miserable winter weather. As the temperatures begin to rise, so does tourism in London. These are the best seasons to visit London.
Spring – March to May
Spring in London is undoubtedly one of the best times to visit the city. The temperatures are slightly warmer, and the crowds and the tourist crowds are still in hibernation. If you are looking to enjoy all that the city has to offer without people pushing and shoving at the top bars near hyde park then visiting during this time is probably one of the best travel decisions you will make. Hotels start to hike their prices towards the end of spring in preparation for the summer rush. To get the most out of your spring visit to London, check out The Shaftesbury Marble Arch Suites.
Summer – June to August
It’s no secret that the busiest time to visit London is during the warm summer months. Summer travels to London means lots of partying and outdoor events. If you are someone who enjoys the party and outdoors scene, then shying around the massive crowds would be the last thing on your mind. Most Hyde Park accommodation reaches full occupancy during this period, and most tourist attractions require that you spend hours waiting in queues. Early hotel bookings and purchasing a London Pass will sort out some of the problems that most of the summer travellers experience.
Autumn – September to November
Just like spring autumn is a great time to travel to the city as several places in the city start to offer discounted rates and people begin to make their way back home as the summer holiday season comes to an end. Temperatures are cooler, allowing you to do a variety of both outdoor and indoor activities. One of the autumn event to look forward to this October is the London Cocktail Week which takes place from the 5th – 11th October 2020
Winter – December to February
London is known for its markets, and the Christmas period marks the beginning of market season. While most of the summer events and attractions close during this period, this brings about a new set of activities mostly suited towards family travellers. One of the most anticipated markets is Winter Wonderland with its over the top decorations and ice-skating rink. Winter in London is characterized by cold and wet weather with temperatures averaging a high of 9 degrees Celcius to. With such cold temperatures, you can expect to see a rise in indoor events and activities.
So, as you can see, we have included all seasons as London is an all-year destination. Each season has something unique to offer visitors, and there is something to do all year through.