30 Nov London’s top 6 things you must do in December
You are still wondering if you should come to London in December? We’ve made a special article for you. Summer is not the only season to visit London. And sometimes, the experience is better in winter than in summer! Want to know why? Well, have a look at London’s top 6 things you must do in December!
#Portobello Winter Festival
Is it an underground? Is it a bar? Well, it might be both at the same time. Cahoot “underground” station can be found under Kingly Court, between Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus. This old-school speakeasy will surprise you with its 40’s decoration. But don’t get me wrong, the cocktails are also to die for. You should definitely try the old lady head, served in a miniature statue of the liberty head glass!
#Backyard Cinema: The Snow Kingdom
London Underground history is captivating. Its construction began 150 years ago and is still not finished since the Victoria Line is still under construction. While some stations are opening, others have closed but are still opened for private tours. So be sure to check underground tours to understand a little bit more what happens below your feet?
#Ice skating in London
Cruising under London in a mini carriage might have been a dream, but now it’s possible! From Whitechapel to Paddington, you can take a ride on Mail Rail and experience 20 minutes of immersive underground exploration on miniature trains.
#Hyde Park Winter Wonderland
Located in the center of Shoreditch, Village Underground is an amazing venue built under two intersecting railway arches. At first, you might wonder what two subway carriages are doing on the roof. However, after spotting the long queue down Great Eastern Street, you’ll understand that this club is one of the most impressive and underground venues of London.
Brick Lane hides a lot of secrets. In particular, the Vintage Market that is located under Brick Lane. The door leading to this incredible space where you can smell vintage clothes in the air is not easy to notice since it’s located in the Old Truman Brewery. You will certainly not walk out empty-handed from this incredible discovery!!
#South Bank Center Winter Festival
Why take the bridge when you can take an underground tunnel? That’s right, there are many underground tunnels crossing the Thames and not only tunnels for the tube. 371 meters underground, this tunnel connects Greenwich to the Island Gardens on the Isle of Dog. Your children will definitely like this little adventure under the Thames.
Tell us if you tried the best underground things to do in London and what did you think of it! With FG Properties we can find you an amazing apartment near those places for you to have a great trip to London!