London is a beautiful, immensely spread and one of the most populated cities of the United Kingdom. The place is vibrant, tantalizing and never sleeps even in the nights.
London summers have found frequent images and descriptions in many of the poems, paintings with landscapes of the city and its attractions. Land of the English Royals, this city is a landmark of the spirit of the Europe. London summers have found frequent images and descriptions in many of the poems, paintings with landscapes of the city and its attractions. The period of summers is a time of vacation and lethargy; people of London can be often seen chilling, hanging out soaking in the warm sun and partying. Also it is a season of various events and celebrations on the land.
Wondering what do in London during summers? Here is a list of few things to do in London which you can try-
1. South West Four
This two day festival is organized every year in the last week of August month with some of the most popular band playing. Organized every year in the Clapham Common, this event marks the end of the weeklong summer vacations in London.
2. Notting Hill Carnival
Commencing during the last week of August, this two day festivity is a one good series of fun and gaiety, with people walking down the streets performing, playing and dancing. The purpose of this event is to celebrate the Afro-Caribbean culture and tradition.
3. Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre
This huge open air theatre is located in Regent’s Park and holds plays and showcases movies which have been un-surpassingly famous. So, this summer take popcorn and beer, head towards this park and enjoy the classic plays of Shakespeare and classic movies.
4. Eat Street!
London streets serve delicious and lip-smacking food, snacks and drinks especially in Berwick Street market, Borough market, Brockley market and many more. Hit down to the streets, visit the London summer festivities and enjoy eating at the streets.
5. Buckingham Palace Summer Opening
Receive a warm welcome from the Royal family of England to their palace and witness the royal living. Spend a whole day knowing the rich culture and history of England, and also dine at the palace. The palace also organizes various events for families, kids and groups.
6. The Proms
Witness the grand closing ceremony of the 2 month long daily orchestra organized by BBC. The whole event is organized in Hyde Park, Glasgow Green Park and closing ceremony being at Royal Albert Hall. The event comprises of concerts, workshops, family events and many more.
7. Witness the Pride Parade
The parade is taken for the rights and social upheaval of LGBT, bisexual, transgender people. The parade moves on some of the most busiest and major streets of London and is an annual event taking place every year during the summer season this weekend.