What to do in London this week, (October 2nd, 2017)

Hello lovely people! Your guide to London’s best things to do during the week is finally here! You should know the drill by now! In here, the best recommendations will be posted to ensure you’ll have the best possible week ever filled with amazing stuff to do in and around our beautiful city. For this week, we chose to focus on free events that are happening right now, the best Street Markets to visit, as well as directing you towards unbeatable bars for Cocktail Week, and where to attend Oktoberfest.

I hope you will enjoy the read.☺️

Free event in London this week

Frieze Sculpture 2017


Take a stroll through free outdoor sculpture display in Regent’s Park, bringing together new and significant works by leading 20th-century and contemporary artists from around the world. Click here to learn more.


Alternative Tour London


This award-winning London Tour will make you travel right into the heart of the vibrant city of London, to explore the past and present of the capital’s cultural baggage, from a local’s perspective. You will discover amazing street Art from the best Artists!  Click here to learn more.


Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year


What a better way to spend the day than taking a little trip in space? You are invited to come and see inspirational photography at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich. You will have the immense privilege to see spectacular images shot by astrophotographers worldwide. Click here to learn more.   


Best Street Markets in London to visit asap

Maltby Street, SE1 food market 

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Open on Saturday and Sunday in Southwark, This unlikely South East backwater is one of the most famous food gastronomy in London. From delicious Burgers to Mouth-Watering Waffles, this is the perfect place to have the best weekend brunch! Click here to learn more.


Alfies Antique Market


This is London’s Largest indoor market for Antiques, Fashion, and Designs located in St John’s wood. After collecting all the treasures from the past, you can head to Alfies Rooftop for a little break with food and beverages. Open from Tuesday to Saturday. Click here to learn more.


The Greenwich Vintage Market


Located in the heart of Greenwich, 40 stalls to browse for Antiques, Collectibles, Fashion, Furniture, Jewelry, Records, and Books, plus a wide range of food and drinks from all over the world. Open from Tuesday to Sunday. Click here to learn more.


London Cocktail Week is here!

Bar Termini Central


Located in Soho, Bar Termini will be part of London Cocktail Festival. A £10 pass entitles discerning drinkers to £6 cocktails in many of the capital’s best bars throughout the seven-day celebration. Can’t ask for more than that…can we? Click here to learn more.


The Vault of Soho


In the heart of Soho, serving unforgettable cocktails in a welcoming bar hidden under the streets of Soho. The Vault can be accessed through an unassuming bookcase, secretly standing at the back of Milroy’s of Soho – London’s oldest whiskey shop. Click here to learn more.


Chivas Regal’s pop-up bar


Located in Brick Lane, From October 3rd until early December, Chivas Regal is popping up at the Truman Brewery where you can drink the best Whiskys, and make your own Scotch under the guidance of some of the cocktails experts. Click here to learn more.


Oktoberfest in London

London Fields Brewery


For a taste of Munich’s Oktoberfest Festival, head to London Fields Brewery on October 6, where you can start off the day with delicious German sausages. Enjoy your food with DJ sets from summer parties Jamm Factory, Summer of Love and Sounds of the World. Click here to learn more.


Erdinger Oktoberfest


Located on the Greenwich Peninsula, German beer, food, and entertainment will be on the menu. This might just be the most authentic way to celebrate Oktoberfest on October 5th. Erdinger will take place in a massive tent covered in floral garlands, filled with smiles and happiness. Click here to learn more.


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