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So I managed to spend a couple of days in London recently and these were the Christmas sights that I saw. London’s got all the festive feels you need this winter. As ice rinks and winter terraces return for another year, there are plenty of Yuletide activities to enjoy in the capital. From husky rides and pantos to festive brunches, you certainly won’t be twiddling your thumbs this season. We came across the Cartier store by accident but it looks amazing and I just loved their Christmas look !
I am not a fan of Carnaby Street Christmas look this year.
Bond Street I did like.
Oxford Street was busy as usual during this period. Oxford Street is still a headline act on London’s Christmas lights line-up with 750,000 LED light bulbs illuminating the capital’s most famous street.
I did like the additional stars in aid of the NSPCC.
I am a big fan of the Angels on Regent Street. Home to the largest lights installation in the capital, Regent Street is best known for its awe-inspiring ‘The Spirit of Christmas’ lights. These stunning suspended spirits were inspired by Regent Street’s very first Christmas lights, which were the first ever central London Christmas lights in 1954.
Ice skating at The Tower Of London.
Christmas markets on the Southbank.
Lights at St Pauls Cathedral.
The biggest Christmas tree I have ever seen at Covent Garden.