London has some of the most spectacular Christmas trees, if you are travelling around the capital over the festive season.
Here are a few to look out for.
Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree
Probably the most famous Christmas tree in London is the one that stands up to 25-metres (82-feet) tall in the centre of Trafalgar Square. The Trafalgar Square Christmas tree is an annual gift to London from Norway which has become a tradition since 1947. In the run up to Christmas expect Christmas carols around the tree and the annual lighting of the Trafalgar Christmas tree ceremony on 1 December.
Covent Garden Christmas Tree
One of the largest Christmas trees in London is within the attractive Covent Garden Piazza, always attractively decorated with baubles, it is the focal point for other Christmas lights and decorations in the area.
St Pancras International Christmas Tree
One of the most unusual Christmas trees is often in St Pancras International railway station, last year’s stunning design was a 14-metre (46-foot) Christmas tree made from more than 2,000 Disney character soft toys.
Southbank Centre Christmas Tree
Lighting up the South Bank is the Southbank Centre’s Winter Festival with a tall Christmas the centre of a wonderful winter wonderland.
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