You can visit London at any time or any season of the year, as it has a mellow climate and extreme weather is uncommon however your visit will be different relying on the time or seasons of the year. Go through our below-mentioned points to visiting during London’s four seasons or take a look at our details about the best time to travel to London by month.

Top 4 Best Times to Travel To London

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The season of spring: From March to May

 Visiting London in the spring, you will enjoy longer daylight hours and mild weather with temperatures averaging 11 degrees to 15 degrees Celsius 52 59 degrees Fahrenheit. Despite everything it best to travel with an umbrella as rainfall in the spring season is common Easter falls in this period with public holidays on Good Friday and Easter Monday. Most of the shops are down on Sunday of Easter, and there may be changes and reduced public transport services. Central London is busy over the Easter Sunday and for the time duration of 14 days Easter holiday.

The season of summer: From June to August

The summer is also the best time to travel to London, with the warm even hot weather where you can make the most of London’s beer gardens, rooftop bars, and green spaces. Temperatures averaging 18 degrees Celsius (64 degrees Fahrenheit) and can go above 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit) – perfect if you are attending one of London’s summer music festivals or outdoor cinemas.

Along With the tremendous weather and school summer holidays, the summer months are the most popular time of the year to visit London. So Book your attractions in advance to skip the long queues.

The season of autumn: From September to November

The hectic season of summer comes to an end in the second week of September. Autumn is a lovely and best time to travel to London, as the weather is mild, 11 degrees to 15 degrees Celsius (52 to 59 degrees Fahrenheit) and you can relish lots of annual occasions, from the Totally Thames Halloween festival celebrations. You can also see the spectacular Christmas sparkling lights and decorations from November onwards. The October half-term is one of the key times for families to visit and take advantage of the school holidays.

The season of winter: From December to February

Although London is colder in winter, normal temperatures of somewhere around 2 and 6 degrees Celsius (36 to 43 degrees Fahrenheit) mean you’ll still be able to fully relish the city – simply ensure you wrap up warm! December has the special reward of the sparkling Christmas lights, activities, and decorations taking place. Make sure you check public transport before Christmas Eve to New Year’s Day is there may be engineering works and reduced services. Don’t forget to visit the January sale, which starts trade after Christmas festival. Months of January and February are normally quieter times of year to visit and, apart from the February half-term week, you can often get affordable deals on accommodation, attractions, and restaurants.