Winter Events 2013 Beckons London Travellers

Every year, hordes of tourists visit London. Whether it is summers or winters, this city offers plenty of fun festivities and events for pleasure travellers.
Once again, in 2013, London welcomes you to some amazing winter events that will make your stay memorable. This year, the capital opens its doors to various fun events for people of all ages.

From fabulous fireworks along Thames to historic street parade on London streets, there are numerous fun events waiting just for you this winter. Do not believe! Have a look here then:

Remembrance Day – (10th November 2013 to 11th November 2013)
Remembrance Day is also known as Armistice Day, Poppy Day, Veterans Day. In United Kingdom, it is known as Remembrance Sunday. This event is observed on the 2nd Sunday of November. On this, day people remember the patriots who sacrificed their lives in First World War. On the 11th Hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, people gather at Cenotaph in Whitehall and keep a minute’s silence to pay their respect. Royal British Legion organises a parade of veterans at Cenotaph, while Londoners wear poppies that day.

Bonfire Night in London – (5th November 2013)
Bonfire Night, also known as Guy Fawkes Night or Fireworks Night in London is almost a 400-year-old event. It is celebrated because King James I survived the plot which was designed to kill him. Spectacular and impressive fireworks are displayed in various parks and public places all around London.

London Jazz Festival – (15th November 2013 to 24th November 2013)
If you love music, then London Jazz Festival is just what you were looking for in the city. This winter, you are assured of a 10-day music feast, with more than 250 shows held at different venues across London. Established stars and emerging talent sing along in these events. This year event will include jazz workshops, master classes, talks, and various other activities. There is something for everyone.

Lord Mayor’s Show – (9th November 2013)
One of the oldest and longest known events is Lord Mayor’s Show. This event is nearly 800 years old and is one of the most famous events of London. Expect a street parade, celebrating the selection of new Mayor every year. This year, the fireworks have been reinstated, adding more fun and excitement to the event. If you want to enjoy to fullest, then book a stay near Lord Mayor Show today.

The parade starts with the flypast of Royal Air Force and the route goes from Mansion House (official workplace of Mayor) passing the St. Paul’s Cathedral, Royal Court of Justice Victoria Embankment and comes back to mansion house at about 1pm. At 5pm, an outstanding and exquisite firework display is held.

New Year’s Eve – (31st December 2013 to 1st January 2014)
Londoners celebrate New Years Eve with spectacular fireworks around the River Thames. Big Ben becomes the centre of attraction as the countdown of the New Year starts. 10 minutes of fireworks with music from behind, are displayed off the London Eye.

You will be spell bounded by all the events planned in London. Book your tickets and stay in London today to celebrate this winter in a cultural style of London. Be a part of various events London city has to offer.
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