Autumn is a delightful time to visit London, with stunning scenery and great city districts just crying out to be discovered at this time of year.
If you’re headed on a trip this fall, be sure to pay a visit to some of our favourite local areas…
The great outdoors don’t get much better than a visit to Richmond Park, which is large enough to keep you occupied for several hours.
Spanning some 2,500 acres, in Autumn it becomes a real idyll for wildlife, including the park’s resident deer which roam through the park and almost make you forget you’re still in the centre of one of the world’s foremost capital cities!
Autumn is a particularly active season for the deer, so you’ll be able to see them struggle to assert their dominance – just be sure to keep your distance while staying at luxury suites in London.
In the affluent district of Holland Park, you’ll find a countryside feel which perfectly encapsulates the best bits of the British countryside. Holland Park is not only easily accessible to guests at hotels near Saatchi Gallery, but it is also a great spot for autumn picnics before the weather gets too wintry!
One of the major Royal Parks in London, Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill provide some of the most impressive foliage in the city. A trip to the top of Primrose Hill is the ideal vantage point for seeing the city’s impressive skyline as the seasons change, and you’ll certainly want to visit with your camera to capture the golden and yellow tones on offer.
Regent’s Park is also close to trendy Camden, perfect for anyone who wants to continue their autumnal walk for a little while longer.
The London Eye
The London Eye is a perfect place to see the change of the seasons, and if you feel like taking a spin then you’ll be able to see London’s skyline while you stay at a townhouse hotel in London. We strongly recommend booking in advance to avoid getting caught up in the queues, and you can also upgrade the experience with added extras, if you feel like adding a more luxurious take on your own trip.
This part of London is perfect for an autumnal visit, as the spot which connects Trafalgar Square and Buckingham Palace.
Lined with trees, you’ll be able to witness the changing colours while also seeing some of the city’s foremost areas on your trip.
Its hard to imagine anywhere more perfect for exploring during the autumn than Kew Gardens. Easily reached thanks to London’s public transport system, you can take a walk through the treetops on a unique walkway, or look around some spectacular glasshouses filled with plants from around the world.