See the giant Christmas tree in Trafalgar Square, enjoy a pantomime or Christmas concert, and marvel at London’s famous Christmas lights.
Celebrate Christmas in London
The centrepiece of London’s Christmas spectacle is the giant pine tree – a gift to London from the people of Norway – which is beautifully adorned and set up in Trafalgar Square each year.
On Christmas Day, London’s hundreds of Christian churches, chapels and cathedrals hold Christmas services, which everyone is welcome to attend.
Holidays and Closures over Christmas
Christmas Day (25 December) and Boxing Day (26 December) are the one time of the year when London feels quiet.
There is no public transport on Christmas Day. There’s a reduced service on Boxing Day and Christmas bank holidays, which fall on 26th and 27th December in 2012.
Most London attractions and shops and many restaurants are closed on Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
Christmas 2012 Events: http://www.visitlondon.com
Sightseeing Tours: http://www.1stchoiceconcierge.co.uk/sightseeing-tours.html
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