Top Spots to Embrace the Autumn Season in London


London is full of gorgeous places to enjoy the ever-enchanting Autumn season. From the alluring warm-hued gardens to lit-up markets serving freshly made spiced lattes, there’s plenty for you in-store to embrace Autumn in London. Venture on the perfect trip to London this season, with the enviably located Read on and discover some incredible spots that look especially stunning during Autumn and have a once-in-a-lifetime kind of experience with your loved ones in London.

Kew Gardens

With an impressive history of over 250 years, the extensive Kew Gardens, minutes away from your luxurious Lancaster accommodation, is more than just a beautiful place to wander. From the towering Palm House to the fragrant Princess of Wales Conservatory, you’ll find exotic plants from all over the world, including the giant, stinking Titan Arum. Take a leisurely stroll in the luscious flora and explore the grand Victorian glasshouses (a favourite with visitors), especially the Temperate House, which is the largest surviving Victorian glasshouse in the world.

Richmond Park

This Autumn, immerse yourself in the tranquillity of one of the largest royal parks in London- Richmond Park. With over 2,500 acres of unspoiled nature, you can wander among free-roaming herds of deer, explore the Palladian splendour of White Lodge and Pembroke Lodge, or take in panoramic views of London from the park’s highest point. If it’s a peaceful escape from city life is what you’re seeking, the vivacious Richmond Park in the heart of the city is the ultimate walker’s paradise.

Regent’s Canal

Take a stroll or cycle along an oasis of calm, the Regent’s Canal from your hotel near Lancaster Gate Station, London and enjoy the scenic Autumn sights. The towpath is lined with picture-book narrowboats, and the smell of wood-burner smoke from their chimneys is a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of the city. If you’re looking for a more leisurely experience, you can also take a boat trip from Little Venice to Camden. A great way indeed to see the canal in all its glory!

Borough Market

The historical Borough Market is one of London’s oldest markets dating back to the 13th century. An absolute feast for the senses, Borough Market is sure to tantalise your taste buds. From the fresh smells of spices and herbs to the mouth-watering sights of freshly baked bread and pastries, the Borough Market is a must-visit, especially if you’re a foodie. In Autumn, the market is particularly vibrant, with the stalls brimming with seasonal produce like cheese, pickles, spreads or fresh produce like apples, pears, and pumpkins. Plus, you’ll also find an amazing variety of cooked street food, from traditional British fare to international cuisine.

Whether you’re looking to sample freshly cooked delicacies at the Borough Market or simply soak up the peaceful atmosphere at one of the royal parks, there’s no better time to plan a trip to London than in the Autumn. So, book yourself an opulent 4-star hotel in Lancaster UK and create memories that last a lifetime.