Lazy summer afternoons in London

With the summer arriving soon, the time to think about your holidays has come. Consider venturing to London for a weekend stay, and discovering everything that it has to offer. London is renowned for its parks, and they become even more inviting than they are during the sunny season. Whether it’s for a picnic, a stroll around the park or a lay-down on the grass – London becomes perfect for those lazy summer afternoons.

The London Hotel Accommodations are abundant, but if you’re looking for an extremely comfortable and luxurious stay, you will need to choose carefully. Consider the BW plus Park Grand London Heathrow – perfect for a weekend break in the city. With its close location to Heathrow, and access to central London (via the Heathrow Express train), the whole town is, so to speak, waiting to be discovered.

Lazy summer afternoons in London
If you’re looking to bring an unusual experience to your summer, consider visiting the Ice Bar on Heddon St. Temperatures at the venue is sub-zero, so you’ll most certainly want to dress warmly for the occasion. We also recommend taking a trip to the River Thames, enjoying a leisurely cruise with your family or associates. If that doesn’t suit your fancy, and you’d much rather enjoy a stroll down Hyde Park, before following it up with a shopping tour at Oxford Street. Whether you’re the city for business or pleasure, you deserve to make your stay in the capital a memorable one.

Perhaps consider taking a trip to theatreland in Leicester Square, enjoying one of the many theatre shows the city is famous. Maybe you’re looking for something more active though. In that case, venture out to the o2 climbing experience. Not only will you be able to get a spectacular view of London’s skyline, but you’ll also be able to actively climb up the dome, with a group leader who will be guiding you along the way.

Lazy summer afternoons in London
While lazy summer afternoons on their own, don’t sound like a fair representation of London (London is passionate by nature), there are several nature spots where you can find true relaxation. Regents Park falls in that category, and it alongside Hyde Park, features such vast greenery and wildlife. For activities in the area, consider taking a boat trip, or enjoying an ice cream on a lazy afternoon at Camden market where you’ll be able to find an eclectic range of street food stalls.

Whatever you decide to do, and wherever you choose to visit, we invite you to visit London in the summer season, you won’t regret it.

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