755 5 things to do on Easter in London

5 things not to miss in London on Easter

5 things not to miss in London on Easter

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London is one of the most popular destinations for Easter. DHC has come up with 5 recommendations for both kids and adults to make the most of their stay in the British capital.

Go on an egg hunt

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One of the best-known English Easter traditions is going on an egg hunt. Get yourself a basket, sharpen your mind and get ready to read maps that will lead you through parks and gardens to find the ultimate treasure: chocolate eggs. London’s best egg hunts at Jubilee Market and Hyde Park.

Visiting an open air market and wander the streets

Visiting a Sunday market when in London is a must. In Brick Lane market you will find a mix of vintage and collector stalls mingled with food stalls, whilst the Borough Market is food paradise finding food from all around the world. Its location helps to make a perfect day plan, visit the market and then wander around its neighbourhood, where you will find Shakespeare Globe Theatre or walk along the Thames South Bank.

Relax in the Roof Gardens at Kensington

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If you want to relax and not have to suffer the city’s hectic pace, we recommend a visit to the roof gardens. Spend a day surrounded by gardens. Kids can eat chocolate eggs supervised by staff dressed as Easter bunnies, while parents can relax sipping some season cocktails.

Classical concert for free followed by a snack in a crypt

One of the best places in London to listen classical music for free is Saint Martin’s in the Fields church, which you will find it just next to Trafalgar Square. This Sixteenth century church offers free concerts at 12 o’clock noon and if you feel peckish afterwards have a snack in the coffee shop that you will find in the crypt surrounded by tombs. It is less creepy than you might think!

Don’t leave London without trying a Sunday roast

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There are few things more British than a Sunday roast in a traditional pub. We recommend you to go to south of river Thames and try a traditional roast in The Anchor & Hope Pub in Waterloo. Top it up with a good pint or glass of wine, beer or cider, soak yourself in the true pub atmosphere and we can assure you it will make your London visit.