Surprising and Sensational; London Spring Breaks

London is magical year-round. However, for many visitors the peak time for a short break or longer holiday is Spring. Not least as it’s a period of mild weather, when the streets are relatively uncrowded and travel fares are affordable.

In Spring, the days get longer, and the average temperature climbs to a pleasant 11° – 15°C (52 – 59°F).

Spring showers are possible, but they don’t need to stop you from getting out and about to explore this amazing and ever-changing city.

See baby animals and other wildlife

One of the best activities to enjoy during a London Spring, is a visit to a nature reserve or city farm; where you can see little creatures such as lambs and chicks!

Or you could take a leisurely stroll through the Royal Parks in search of the rich local wildlife and herds of deer.

Spring brings incredible beauty to London’s abundant parks and green spaces. Lush green grass, a developing canopy of leaves, and scatterings of Spring blossoms.

Go off-grid in London this Spring

Some of London’s best locations, largely only known to locals, are perfect for “off grid” exploration.

Did you know London has a “Little Venice”? This area of riverside walks, pubs and eateries starts to come to life in Spring, with colourful canal boats and happy wanderers taking short cuts from nearby Regent’s Park or Camden.

You could also enjoy waterside landscape with a Spring stroll along the 40-mile-long Thames Path. This has both busy and secluded spots, including public beaches. You could take in The Prospect of Whitby, one of Charles Dickens’ favourite pubs!

The Thames Path is great for Spring cycle rides too.

Dodging the showers in style

Rainy days in London don’t need to put you off a Spring break either. London knows how important it is to provide a wealth of indoor entertainment and activities, beyond its all-weather tourist attractions and historical sights.

On top of the family shows London offers, there are a great selection of toy shops to browse. This list of child-friendly museums and discovery centres is enviable.

If you are a solo London visitor or couple, then why not spend hours in the city’s globally-famous museums and galleries this Spring?

You could even re-live your own youth with a visit to the V&A Museum of Childhood.

Rest and relax this Spring

Book into centrally located, beautifully appointed serviced accommodation in London, and some of the best Spring relaxation could come at the end of the day!

All the home comforts and aesthetic pleasures of a Merino Hospitality property will leave you with a “spring in your step” when you go home.

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