Summer remains London’s peak season when long days offer vacationers the chance to see so much of this charming city by sunlight.
Spring and autumn are cool, while winter is cold and sometimes snowy.
Average winter temperatures from December through March are just above freezing, around 37 F. By contrast, the summer months are virtually balmy, nearing 70 F. Spring and fall range from around 55 F to 65 F.
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Just a short walk to the Buckingham Palace and St. James's Park, this beautiful Art Nouveau style hotel puts you in the heart of London's most fashionable neighborhoods.
England’s more recent royalty, Princess Diana, resided at Kensington Palace. Currently, her son, Prince William, and his family live there.
In addition to prisoners, the Tower of London also housed animals, making it the first London Zoo.
London became the first city to host the modern Olympic Games three times in 1908, 1948 and 2012.
The Shard, a 72-story building near London Bridge, holds the honor as the tallest building in the European Union.
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