Christmas Markets And Cheap Hotels In London
Christmas will be upon us very shortly, and it has been discovered one of the most popular ways to enjoy Christmas is to visit a Christmas market and stay in one of the many cheap hotels in London. Tourists will travel all over Europe to experience the delights of the Christmas market. European Christmas markets including London, Brussels and Munich are particularly favoured and visitors flock in their thousands to visit each year. Munich is a particularly popular choice with the market dating back to the 17th century, bringing in a variety of visitors. The market is inaugurated on the Friday before the first Advent where thousands gather in the square to watch the thirty metre high Christmas tree light up for the first time. If you are planning on staying in the UK though, London is the perfect destination for a fantastic winter market.
Heading to London
London is not only the capital city of England, but one of the most popular cities to visit especially at Christmas. With the rise of cheap hotels in London available, visiting a market is an ideal day out. Winter Wonderland market in Hyde Park is especially popular and attracts thousands each year. Hyde Park has been beautifully decorated with thousands of fairy lights as well as numerous bars, cafes and restaurants around the site as well as live bands and more for all the family to see.
Meet Santa At Santa Land
Whilst visiting Winter Wonderland whilst staying in cheap hotels in London your family will be delighted on the chance of meeting Santa. Santa Land promises to make a child’s dream come true and promises a magical experience like no other. Here there are rides, eateries and Santa himself. Make sure to also head to Santa’s Factory fun house where Santa and his elves are making gifts ready for Christmas day. Winter Wonderland offers so much to do it is worth booking into cheap hotels in London and exploring the delights Hyde Park has to offer over a number of days this Christmas.
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