London is a fantastic mixture of vibrancy and energy in any time of the day and night. It is a city which never sleeps! It is one of those cities that offers something for everyone, so do yourself a favor by doing a bit of research before you go, a bit of planning will pay off.
If you are planning your visit to London during the September, here is compelling list of the events from enthusiastic writer Stephanie Hartman for Time Out London magazine ’75 fabulous things to do in London this September’.
Hi, September! The next 30 days have plenty of ace events packed into them including the London Design Festival, Totally Thames, Peckham Festival, the Floating Cinema and Proms in the Park. There’s also a Mister Saturday Night party to get involved with, a festival dedicated to podcasts and a day-long celebration of Mexican grub. Have a wonderful month!
THINGS TO DO
Sep 1-4: Chapter Eight Games The team behind fruity liqueur Chambord have organised this rooftop pop-up at which guests will play croquet with flamingos – a suitably crazy celebration of the 150th anniversary of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, and specifically the Red Queen’s croquet match in Chapter Eight.
After all day long of entertainment you will need to eat something. London has an excellent international cuisine, Will Coldwell journalist for The Guardian has written following interviews with some experts from the industry where to eat late ‘London’s best late-night restaurants and cafes – chosen by the experts’.
Out in the capital and in need of quality post-pub food? Our experts have selected their favourite after-hours havens for bagels, burgers, noodles – and yes, kebabs
Another essential part of any holidays is shopping. In cities with the size of London with adds dropping at you on each corner, it can be easy to get overwhelmed. People very often try to get something unusual, something memorable that will remind them of the quality time they had. Here we are with the excellent reference from Visit London visitor guide.
101 Best Shops in London
Flex your credit card in preparation for a trip to London’s best shops that vary from brilliant bookshops to fabulous furniture shops, fabric shops to shoe shops. Find out where to shop in London with our ultimate guide.
Read more at http://www.visitlondon.com/things-to-do/shopping/best-shops-in-london#shHEjFKyQgyYEEQP.99
Last and the most important thing is accommodation. Apartment rentals can be quite an attractive alternative if you’re traveling with a few people.
Serviced apartments are especially perfect for a family since they are significantly larger than an average hotel room normally. They provide high-tech kitchens, spacious and modern design. Apartments are way more affordable in comparison to hotels.