Christmas in London 2013: Where to go and what to see: Part I

As we say goodbye to the summer, we are already very much looking forward to what Christmas 2013 will have to offer. To begin to get you into the festive spirit, here is part 1 of our mini-guide to everything Christmas in London 2013:


St Martins in the fields, Trafalgar Square: Annual Christmas Carol Service


St. Martin’s in the fields is located in Trafalgar Square next to the National Art Gallery (the nearest underground station is Charing Cross/ Leicester Square Station)

Christmas is the most important time for concerts at St Martin-in-the-Fields and this season features a packed programme of festive favourites; make sure not to miss the annual candle light concert, free for all!

The Royal Albert Hall: Annual Christmas Shows


The Royal Albert Hall is located to the south of Hyde Park in London (Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AP, the nearest underground station is South Kensington).

Let your Christmas fun begin as the dancing Jingle Belles return to join the London Concert Orchestra and two fabulous West End soloists to kick start your Christmas celebrations. It’s jingle-tastic hit after hit all the way!

The Royal Ballet: The Nutcracker


The Royal Opera House is located in Covent Garden, walking distance from Covent Garden/Leicester Square underground station.

Make sure not to miss E.T.A Hoffman’s The Nutcracker; the definitive way of putting you in the Christmas spirit, even if your name is Ebenezer Scrooge!

To discover all that the city has to offer during London Christmas 2013 reserve one of our festive season tours today – places are limited so book early to avoid missing out!

Click on the video below to see some of our visitors talk about their experiences on the annual London Magical Christmas Tours:

One thought on “Christmas in London 2013: Where to go and what to see: Part I

  1. We’re so excited to be going on this tour again this year. We all loved the Christmas lights last December, it was so special. The video is great taster, can’t wait!

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