Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Hyde Park Winter Wonderland in London

If you are planning to visit London during Christmas holidays, don't miss this magical fair in Hyde Park, which features the UK's largest ice rink, observation wheel and lots of festive treats. 
The decorations and the general vibe of the park is spectacular, once again with beautiful decorations and lights everywhere. They sell good food, mulled wine ( I just love the smells of mulled wine ) and have outdoor bars. Of course, a stop at the crepe stall is very important, make sure you try tiny German pancakes.

The Winter Wonderland is very well done with a range of activities for all ages. 
They have lots of rides including a big wheel, a roller coaster, merry-go-rounds, a fun house, a haunted house, an ice-skating rink and big big slides. It's a great place to be to get in the Christmas spirit. 
Remember: London is such a fun Christmas destination. Once you are there, don't forget to visit London's iconic Harrods glowing with the warmth of Christmas.

Harrods, London's most famous luxury department store

How to get there?
Take tube to Hyde park, be patient there is a slow crowd leaving the station.

Make sure you bring a thick jacket, scarf, gloves and hat. The entrance is free and most of the attractions are open 7 days a week. 

 You might also like:

Champs-Elysées Christmas Market Paris  

Christmas Market Kosice  



  1. I'm going here on Saturday :) I just moved from Somerset and it's right next to my London apartment so I'd be mad not to go! Keep reading articles about it and it's making me really excited...I hope it's as good as everyone says!

    1. Hi, I'm sure you gonna have a great time.

      Have a nice weekend full of fun! :-)

  2. You're right about being patient when leaving the station, it's ultimately worth it in the end!