Spring in London: 100 things to do plus one

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The weather is warming up, the days are getting longer, and the time of year begins when we all try to spend our free time outdoors. Spring is a great time to experience our London.

There are dozens of things to do, so we’ve picked out a few – plus one, essential one (but we’ll talk about that at the end).

It sounds trite to say it, but the parks are unmissable: above all right now, the Kyoto Garden in Holland Park, which these days is a trip into Japanese hanami. Then you can continue your floral path with the fragrant magnolia trees of Hornton Street (High Street Kensington tube station), and then the delicate tulips of Victoria Embankment Gardens, to finish with the wisteria waterfalls around the various neighborhoods.

London in bloom is truly a sight for sore eyes and nostrils. A certainly special experience to have now that the bad weather should be over is the cruise along the Thames on a boat: see the city’s sights sail under the iconic Tower Bridge. So come to soak up 360-degree views of the capital from the London Eye: let’s check how many iconic London landmarks you can spot!

If you are with children, explore the Very Hungry Caterpillar trail and wander along the Treetop Walkway at Kew Gardens: get a close look at the treetops and admire scenic views of the gardens in bloom. Or discover incredible creatures at Sea Lie London Aquarium: journey to the depths of the ocean and see sharks, penguins, jellyfish, and more.

London is a heritage, a well of fun, culture, experiences. For more on what to do this spring, check out these 101 ideas from Visit London; we’ve got you covered for one thing you shouldn’t miss. : come and eat our fresh and tasty dishes, book a table at Seasons and dive into the spring of the Mediterranean coast!