Do you want to feel Christmas? Here are four reasons to visit Leicester Square for Christmas
This is a collaborative contribution – There are many places we love in London, from the Southbank to the London Transport Museum and the Florence Nightingale Museum.
But London for Christmas is the best London, don't you agree? I like how it feels with all the lights and the air of anticipation.
Florence and I were invited to spend a day exploring the festive sights of Leicester Square. There was a lot of fun. So I recommend a visit if you are in London this year.
You will feel really festive: Leicester Square is not somewhere I would automatically like to pay a visit, or anywhere I would have thought it to be so festive. However … it has undergone a major seasonal makeover and now looks beautifully Christmas, with lots of garland lights lined up on the square and sparkling decorations in all the trees.
The middle of the square was turned into a Christmas market with small stalls – we liked the London style Christmas decoration – food stalls and bars.
You can even visit the tall man yourself; Parents note that visiting Santa Claus costs £ 10 and you don't need to make a reservation. This can be very useful if many other places have been fully booked since summer.
We had hot chocolate and people were watching (and maybe we were dancing to the Christmas music).
There is more information about the Christmas market in Leicester Square Here,
It's a perfect place to see the Christmas movie of the year: Have you seen Frozen 2 yet? (Spoiler: It's so good!) We saw it in Cineworld, one of the big cinemas right on the square.
I always think there's something special about watching films in Leicester Square, don't I? We also saw it on the Cineworld Super Screen, which improved the sound and image and which was brilliant. It's definitely worth upgrading your tickets if you can (more at Cineworld Leicester Square) Here).
Coming out of the cinema at dusk and seeing all the twinkling lights was also very nice.
Leicester Square is a good place to recharge your batteries when shopping for Christmas: Central London will always be before Christmas employedSo if you've done Christmas shopping or sightseeing, you probably want to sit down and take a break.
We had lunch at the Hard Rock Café Piccadilly Circus, which is very busy and contains lots of memorabilia. ,
This is not a place we used to eat as a family, but I was surprised how child-friendly it was – there is a varied children's menu, children's food is served on a guitar-shaped plate, the waitresses were lovely.
There is even a coloring book for children with rock motifs, in which you can color the picks.
We ate from the festive lunch menu which is £ 30 for three courses (we both had … burgers that were huge and nice plus a Christmas brownie).
Find out about the Hard Rock Cafe Piccadilly Circus in Leicester Square website,
You may find a perfect Christmas present: Did you know that there is a huge Lego store in Leicester Square, as well as the M&M store? At the end of our day, we looked around the three-story chocolate super store and found what we think is the best gift to print your face on M & Ms for someone who has everything (find out how you do can get there) Here and Here).
If you are in London and want to feel Christmas, I definitely go to Leicester Square.
This is a sponsored post. Also read my posts on CBeebies Hansel and Gretel and how London is changing as a parent
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