Magical is the answer.
In all seriousness, London is especially pretty for the festive season and usually goes all out (I’m looking at you Carnaby street).
You have the ever present giant Christmas tree at Trafalgar Square, a gift given every year by Norway as a thanks for aid during the Second World War, to the giant reindeer which changes appearance every year at Covent Garden.
Ever wondered what Christmas looks like in London? Here are some photos from 2014.
One of my favourite Christmas decorations in London was Carnaby Street!
Covent Gardens always go all out for Christmas. Another of my favourite decorations is the giant reindeer which changes every year I think. Rudolph was looking very elegant!
A Christmas post about London’s decorations wouldn’t be complete without the iconic Christmas tree in Trafalgar Square!
I love this alternative Christmas tree near the City Hall building and the lights of Tower Bridge in the background!
While this traditional Christmas tree was taken near Tower of London.
I think the Royal Opera House had the biggest Christmas wreath in London!
No doubt a lot more collisions happened due to shoppers looking up at the Christmas decorations on Oxford Street!
New Bond Street had very classy Christmas street decorations. You wouldn’t expect anything else I guess!
Southbank warmed everyone up with a Christmas tree cafe.
Like this post? Check out last years Christmas photography walk in London.
What was your favourite Christmas photo or location in London? Tell me in the comments section below!