How to do imagine London? Is it just me, but I think autumn is the perfect time to visit London? In all honesty, fall is the only time I have ever visited UK, and I loved the moody foggy weather, and the fall colors. And I can’t imagine that the afternoon tea in London feels the same in the summer!
While the cozy autumn weather might be a reason enough to book your trip to London, Brexit has given you additional reasons this year. The Brexit vote for Great Britain to leave the European Union has made big changes also when it comes to your travel plans. The British pound is the lowest in 30 years, making typically very expensive London reasonably priced.
According to hotel booking website Trivago, and their monthly hotel analysis, London hotels were 15% cheaper in August 2016 than they were a year before.
Everything in London is better priced – and so are the flights to get there. I did a quick flight search to fly from New York City to London for Thanksgiving, and the cheapest two-way flights I found were around $500. Prices are cheaper and your dollar goes much farther away – if you have ever dreamed of visiting London, now is the time to book it!
Start planning your trip now by visiting VisitLondon.com, or check out our Pinterest board for several ideas what to do in London!
Win a trip to London for two
If you want to try your luck… Visit London is also hosting a giveaway to win a trip to London for two.
The prize includes:
– Round trip travel to London for two
– Four night-stay at a Central London hotel
– Two tickets to You Say You Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-1970 at the Victoria and Albert Museum, plus prosecco cream tea in the museum’s beautiful café and a £100 gift voucher to spend in the V&A shop.
– A pair of tickets to four of London’s Autumn Season events or exhibitions of your choice
Competition closes on 30 November 2016 | Competition Terms & ConditionsDisclosure: this post is sponsored, but my opinions are my own.
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