London really is the best city in the world when the sun comes out. It’s been said before but we really do believe that. So we are so completely thrilled that it seems to finally be Spring in London.
Spring gives people hope, it represents a new beginning and it makes people happy. It’s funny but the more the blossom blooms, the more the umbrellas get left at home, the more people seem to smile. And we love that. We also love that we get more lovely folk stopping to check out our machine, to take a quick pic for Instagram or to vend a quick luxury bouquet to brighten up their homes. (Did you ever see our post on how to welcome Spring into your home?)
Flowers in the City
Wondering where to see the best Spring flowers in London? We love this piece by lastminute.com that highlights all of our favourite places in the city to experience nature. From Chiswick to Kew Gardens, as well as lots of great more central locations such as Regent’s Park & St James’ Park near Buckingham Palace.
We love how people get so creative with the onset of Spring. Isn’t it wonderful when you see more and more shots of daffodils & blossom in your Insta-feeds? Some of our favourite London bloggers have been enjoying Spring recently – check out The Londoner and A Lady in London‘s beautiful images below.
Getting Out & About
Spring is a time to come out of hibernation and explore the best of a city. Spring in London brings an onslaught of amazing outdoor activities, such as open gardens, markets, festivals and outdoor theatre performances. Lonely Planet recently rounded up a few of the best going on at the moment.
Exploring Secret Gardens
The Telegraph recently published a list of London’s best secret gardens. What a brilliant way to spend your lunch hour?
What do you love about Spring in London?