A Summers Day In London: Things To Do

During the summer months London is transformed into a completely different city. The parks seem to open their gates wide, welcoming you into, and you can sit out in the sun all day long enjoying drinks and food until late in the evening. There is so much to do in London when the summer months arrive, and it’s the perfect place to visit with family, friends, or with a date. Summer visits to London are popular choices with many people from all around the world. This diverse and exciting city is filled with a range of activities and things to see, and lots of different cultures to get immersed in. In this article we’ll go through some fun things you can do if you’re spending June, July and August in this metropolitan city.

Summer In London City is great because it’s all about making the most of the beautiful warm weather and staying out in the sun for as long as possible! This summer there will be some great outdoor events that you can attend so you can pack a picnic and a bottle of rose and get to one of these events. The Regents Park Open Air Theatre is a place where people in London come to watch musicals, plays, and films in Regents Parks 1,250 seat auditorium. This year you’ll be able to watch shows such as the world famous Jesus Christ Superstar and Oliver Twist. You can also check out some street performance in Covent Garden and see one of the many musicians, juggler, acrobatics and comedians perform live in the piazza. This is the perfect place to watch some truly great performances, all with an ice-cold drink in your hand. If you’re a fan of jazz music then why not venture down to The Pavilion Café in Greenwich Park for some brilliant evenings of live jazz through the months June to August. The Pavilion Café is situated next to the Royal Observatory and has a huge garden with stunning views. To top things off there is a licensed bar on site, activities for children and even a barbecue!

Royal Observatory
Southbank is one of London’s gems and is a fantastic place to spend a summer’s day when you’re in the city. You can take a walk by the riverside while the sun in shining, or paddle in the fountains outside the Southbank Centre. If you’re a fan of literature, the book market is great to spend a few hours browsing. The Southbank Centre Market is also open in the summer months and runs every weekend. Here you can buy delicious street food and browse the farmers market produce on the stalls. Trafalgar Square is also a great place to visit in the summer months and there are some great restaurants where you can tuck in and eat some scrumptious food. When your summer’s day in London is over and the sun starts to set, you may want to head back to one of the Hyde Park Accommodations In London. The Grand Royale London Hyde Park, is the perfect retreat, and offers its customers a night of luxurious comfort, in one of London’s prime areas.

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