London Christmas lights

Christmas decor and lights London

In central London Christmas lights start appearing about a month before Christmas and ends around around the first week of January. Here are some places where you can photograph these.

Starting at Bond Street station, walk to South Molton Street to see the bright blue arches.

London Christmas Lights - South Molton Street

Then walk south to Davies Street which continues into Berkeley Square to see the spectacular Christmas decor in front of Annabel’s, a private members’ club.

Walk back up to Bond Street station and into Oxford Street. The next right is New Bond Street and there are festive lights down the street.

London Christmas Lights - New Bond Street

Walk back to Oxford Street to see the lights which are officially switched on around the start of November.

London Christmas Lights - Oxford Street

At Oxford Street, turn into Regent Street and look up to see the Regent Street lights – the spectacular angels.

Walk to Carnaby Street which is parallel to Regent Street.

Either walk or take the tube to Covent Garden and walk around Apple Market and South Hall.

Finally, either walk further east to the luxurious 5 star Rosewood London hotel near Holborn tube station or take the tube there. Look at the impressive facade and walk into the courtyard to see the hidden Christmas trees.  You can treat yourself to an afternoon team or a drink at the bar there.

London Christmas Lights - Rosewood London HotelLondon Christmas Lights - Rosewood London Hotel Christmas TreeLondon Christmas Lights - Rosewood London Hotel small Christmas Trees


I hope you have enjoyed the festive walk!


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