Christmas In London | London Christmas Walking Tour Part 2

Somerset House Ice Rink -

I did another walking tour around London last week to visit all the other Christmas destinations around the city which I wasn’t able to do during the first London Christmas Walking Tour I did (read it here). This itinerary is a bit shorter and doesn’t cover as much kilometers as the first one had. So I guess I should be tagging this itinerary as an easy walking tour.

Can you believe it’s already December? I feel like 2016 flew right pass by me. It’s only now that I’m getting used to writing 2016 as the year and in a few days’ time, I need to get used to write 2017. Lol. Anyway, without further ado – here’s another of my self-made London Christmas Walking Tour. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

London Christmas Walking Tour Part 2

I started my walking tour from Somerset House as I took the train from Kingston to Waterloo. If you’re staying closer to the center of London, you can do this tour the other way around.

Be dazzled by the outstanding grandeur of the ice skating rink in Somerset House. Try to visit it during club nights where a DJ plays club music for all the skaters.

Skate at Somerset House, London -

Admire the giant mistletoe in Covent Garden and do check out the biggest Christmas tree in London at the piazza.
Distance covered from Somerset House: 600m

Covent Garden Christmas Lights, London -

Discover the lesser-known alleyway of Slingsby Place which is just right off Covent Garden. Don’t forget to look up and be amazed by the fairy lights twinkling above your head.
Distance covered from Covent Garden: 420m

Slingsby Place Christmas Lights -

Make sure that your camera’s fully charged when you visit Seven Dials. Seven streets around a beautiful sundial each with its own Christmas light decorations, for sure you’ll be snapping away as soon as you’re there.
Distance covered from Slingsby Place: 170m

Seven Dials Christmas Lights, London -

Always save the best for last as they say and for this tour, you’ll end it at the fabulous Regent Street with angel Christmas lights hanging above your head.
Distance covered from Seven Dials (to Piccadilly Circus): 1KM

Regent Street Christmas Lights, London -

This ends the London Christmas Walking Tour Part 2. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. 🙂

Check out my Snapchat video of my Christmas Lights and Christmas Market Itinerary in London Part 1.

For more Christmas in London festivities, do visit the below posts:

Christmas Ice Rinks in London
Natural History Museum
Skate at Somerset House

Street Christmas Lights in London
Oxford Street
Bond Street
Carnaby Street
Covent Garden
Seven Dials
Regent Street

Christmas Markets in London
Christmas in Leicester Square
Southbank Centre Winter Festival
Kingston Christmas Market
Hyde Park Winter Wonderland

Christmas Walking Tours
Christmas Walking Tour Part 1

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London Christmas Walking Tour Part 2


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  • Marissa_Travel Greece, Travel Europe December 5, 2016 at 21:57

    Would be grand to fly back to London and take this tour. The lights of London at Christmastime are just stunning. Love it!

    • Pinay Flying High December 15, 2016 at 19:17

      And hopefully then, we’d be able to see each other. :p

  • Tanja (the Red phone box travels) December 5, 2016 at 21:12

    nice walk!:)

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