Easter 2018 in London: alternative ways to spend a weekend

If you do not manage to go on Easter weekend to your family, do not be upset, in London there are many other ways to have a good time.

So, call your friends, plan your Easter Sunday and go to one of these alternative holidays. Believe us: you will be satisfied!

Go to a brunch with a drink

In London, parties are held even without special reasons. And Easter certainly will be the occasion for dozens of parties. You can choose for yourself a hip hop brunch or Bunga Bunga Willy Wonka themed Good Friday bash in Battersea.

In both cases there is a chance to dance, have a drink and have fun, and since there was a busy day before, why not to relax?

Afternoon tea with friends

Do not want to get too involved in crazy parties? Choose gatherings in Little Nan's with home-made confectionery and intricate cocktails for a meeting with friends, and tea in the Savoy will give a feeling of peace and relaxation.

Let's have a cocktail?

Why not? In addition, the choice is huge! The Waterway, The Summerhouse and Bokan boast of bizarre delicious Easter cocktails in honor of the holiday, so it is worth to see for yourself where the best bartenders work.

Dance!

Old Dirty Brasstards and the Beekays are planning to offer London Easter dinners. And you can choose the style of music to your taste: live blues, soul or rock. And when going to The 27 Club or Blues Kitchen Brixton, do not forget your dance shoes.

How about street food festival?

One of London's favorite food markets will be open on Easter weekend, so go to Camden stables for a one-of-a-kind Easter lunch consisting of street food, street food and once again street food. Just imagine how you sink into the juicy roast chicken breast, enjoy the tenderness of the mini-pancakes filled with Nutella and enjoy the hot waffles during a festive feast with friends.

Go back to the saddle

Go to Lee Valley VeloPark for their Good Friday Race. For more than 100 years, both amateurs and professionals gather here for a whole day for cycling. Here you can even meet the British Olympic riders, if you are lucky.

A walk along the river

Jump into the boat and arrange a weekend of sightseeing. The weather will finally be favorable to such leisure, so visit cruise companies such as Bateaux London Cruises to plan lunch or dinner on the water. If you want a little adrenaline, pay attention to Thames Rockets, which will be a wonderful entertainment.

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