On rainy, windy, snowy days youngsters still need to burn off energy, and rainy day blues . Fortunately London has a multitude of interesting and sporty activities to keep us moving in the wintry weather.
There’s a famous London park for every mood, every occasion and every season. Summer picnics by the lake in St James Park or a brisk autumn walk through the golden leaves in Hyde Park are popular with locals and visitors. Not to be overlooked are London’s secret, secluded gardens and green spaces. Some of these are unknown even to locals, making them even more intriguing and worth seeking out.
Many of our London apartment rentals are popular with families. These warm, sunny days are perfect for finding fabulous activities and cultural delights that your children will adore. From outdoor fun to award winning theatre, here are some great ways to entertain the whole family during your London visit.
Anyone who has stayed in our apartments in London before will know that just moving around and sightseeing in this big old capital city can feel like a bit of a work out. Here are some fun and free ways to get some real exercise during your stay. Summer’s here at last, it’s the perfect time to join a yoga class in a park close to our London apartment rentals and re-energise yourself, ready for another round of museum hopping.
A reminder of the wealth of cultural attractions available to our apartments to rent in London visitors is always welcome. A rather brilliant truth about London is that you can always find new venues to explore, many of which you never knew existed! There are some real gems out there just waiting to be discovered, old and new and some free of charge.
We all know Buckingham Palace with it’s famous balcony, but these other fascinating buildings in central London were royal palaces and home to a reigning monarch, once upon a time. A day trip spent visiting castles and grand country houses outside London is popular with visitors to our London apartment rentals – it’s worth knowing that you don’t have to get on a train to find old royal residences to explore.