London's Autumn Events Calendar Packs a Real Punch
In addition to London''s array of iconic landmarks, it also boasts a packed autumn events calendar, making it a great place to visit before the winter sets in.Home to four World Heritage Sites and boasting one of the most diverse annual event programmes around, London is an electrifying city that is simply bursting with entertainment and cultural flavour. Add to the mix a medley of iconic landmarks, attractions and sites of interest and you have the perfect destination for a weekend break away.
Cited as one of the leading global financial centres, London is also renowned for its contribution to the worlds of fashion, media and the arts. As a result, there is a plethora of shopping opportunities, entertainment districts, theatre shows and galleries to enjoy. And, with one of the most extensive public transport systems ever designed, it is easy to find your own path based on what you want to experience.
With so much to see and do then, London is a great city to visit regardless of the time of year. However, offering up an exciting autumn events programme, it is particularly ideal for those looking to enjoy the last rays of summer sunshine and frivolity, before the harsh reality of winter sets in!
The perfect opportunity for tasting the very best wines available, The Wine Show is definitely one way to warm the cockles after a brisk autumn walk around London. Held annually, it attracts thousands of people each year who are keen to speak to the professionals, as well as try out the wide variety of wines on offer. Not only that, but it is also possible to take a guided tour, complete with a colourful commentary on the world of wine.
Diwali on the Square, held every October, is another event packed full of fun and flavour. Known as the festival of lights, it is the celebration of good over evil for the Hindu, Sikh and Jain religions, although everyone is welcome to join in with the festivities. Offering up a mouth-watering array of different foods, energetic music and Indian theatre performances, it is located in Trafalgar Square and is free to attend.
Perfect for those with a passion for dance, the Ballroom Dancing Championships is also a popular autumn event. Currently entering its 57th year, a whole host of experienced dancers take to the stage to show off their moves in such dances as the Rumba, Tango and Cha, Cha. Held in London''s Royal Albert Hall, over 360 dancers will compete for the ballroom dancing crown.
In addition to its packed autumn events calendar, there is also a huge range of bars and restaurants to explore, as well as numerous hotels in London to choose from. With so much variety available, ranging from the very best in five star luxury and bargains galore, to enticing last minute offers, there is something to suit everyone''s budget.
Adam Singleton writes for a digital marketing agency. This article has been commissioned by a client of said agency. This article is not designed to promote, but should be considered professional content.