If you’re planning to visit London this winter, then there’s no better time than the month of October. Hotels during this season are also known to provide guests with exclusive deals. For instance, The Metropolis London Hyde Park offers guests Hotel rewards programs and endeavours to provide guests with a luxurious and comfortable stay in the bustling metropolis of inner city London.
Besides, the city is a little more affordable during this season, with flight and hotel costs dropping in time for the end of the summer. Now, let’s take a look at some of the events to understand better what’s going on in London during this period.
The London Literature Festival
Hitting the Southbank Centre once again this October, the London literature festival will be bringing together some of the best-acclaimed authors, poets, and speakers for a fortnight of worldly events. Live readings, workshops, and the opportunity to meet like-minded travellers will be the norm at this event. The event will be held between October 5th and October 16th.
This show traces the development of Pablo Picasso through the portraits he painted throughout his life. It shows in delightful detail just how he was able to build up his level of talent to the degree of work we know him for producing. The gradual and consistent progression Picasso has made from his first pieces of his most acclaimed ones is a joy to see and inspires us to keep on improving whatever we’re doing. The gallery will be open from October 6th up until the 5th February 2017.
Perhaps more appropriate for younger crowds, the Oktoberfest is a celebration of German culture in London. From beers to delicious platters of sausages, the show is a culmination of everything we love about Germany.
The Bloomsbury Festival
Featuring a packed line-up of music events, live performances – this event is no doubt one you don’t want to miss. It celebrates the area’s history correctly and will be taking place between the Wednesday 19th October and the Sunday 23rd October in Bloomsbury. So benefit from all these events, and experience London in the winter for a dose of culture and festivity.