Royal Albert Hall
Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall, 25 Nov 2022
The Albert Memorial
Victoria and Albert Museum
Beatrix Potter Exhibition “Drawn to Nature”
Lecicester Square Christmas Market
Abbey Road Studios
Sherlock Holmes Museum
International Gospel Choir performing in front of the Wonder Wood
Tower of London
Chelsea Physic Garden
Battersea Park and surroundings
Battersea Power Station
Big Ben and Westminster Abbey
St. James Park
Christmas lights of Oxford and Regent’s streets
Picturehouse, Piccadilly Circus
Brighton and Hove
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!! 🙂
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in London. Beautiful sparkling lights have been switched almost on every street.
Christmas is officially begun in Leicester square as city’s festive and cozy market offering everything from gifts to tasty treats. It’s easy to feel Christmas and New Year mood while visiting this nice market. By the way, William Shakespeare is celebrating Christmas with everyone else there!
Carnaby street looks like exotic tropical garden this year!
Covent Garden market.
House of MinaLima celebrates Miraphora Mina and Eduardo Lima graphic works for Harry Potter franchise as well as their own creations. It is a combination of a beautiful and interesting gallery and store which looks so cozy and Christmassy nowadays.
Skating rink at the Tower of London looks very impressive. It is located exactly where a moat used to be centuries ago!
Another great and unusual place for a skating rink! This is Sommerset House, a large and magnificent Neoclassical building which is home for arts and learning and a popular film location.
Beautiful streets of London.
Doors of London.
Colorful and crowded Portobello market with a great amount of vintage shops. The most famous one is Alice’s or Mr.Gruber’s if you like Paddington Bear movies. 😊
Cute Paddington Bear is sitting on the railway platform under the large station clock where Mr. and Mrs. Brown first met him! 🐻😊
There are also many P.B. installations around the city, which are dedicated to the new movie out in November! For example, in front of St. Paul’s Cathedral.
And in front of the O2 arena.
The final picture shows true London classics: Trafalgar square which is surrounded by a lot of red buses.