London is a fast-paced, diverse city with lots to see and do from dawn until dusk. Whether you prefer to spend your spare time indulging in excellent food and wine,enjoying trips to the theatre or taking in the excellent architecture, make memories and see a different side of the city during your stay.
This October, the capital is a hub of activity with something to keep everyone entertained. With limited time in London, make note to catch the best and most culturally-diverse events the city has to offer.
The Cake and Bake Show
Tea and cake is a British tradition, so why not head to the Cake and Bake Show and indulge your sweet tooth?
Held at Earls Court between October 3rd and 5th, the event celebrates the very best in bakery and the creation of extraordinary cakes. Watch a flurry of renowned baking stars demonstrate their culinary skills during the show and take away hints and tips aimed at baking for beginners to decadent designs.
London Restaurant Festival
Michelin-starred restaurants, independent brasseries and critically-acclaimed chefs shall come together to create a season of excellent food and culinary creations at the London Restaurant Festival.
The city-wide celebration of eating out shall run from October 8th till 27th.
Held at various locations across the capital, enjoy cookery masterclasses with a range of top chefs or take part in one of the many guided tours. Go on a journey of discovery through Chinatown or Carnaby Street and learn about the local dishes and delicacies synonymous with these landmarks.
Tate Modern Exhibition
One aspect of experiencing London life is paying a visit to one of the many museums and art galleries the city has to offer.
The Tate holds the national collection of British art spanning from the ‘1500s to the present day and throughout the month of October, you can catch The EY Exhibition.
Showcasing the work and incredible achievements of JMW Turner, an amazing artist who had an eye for detail and excellent delivery of his work, the exhibit captures some of his most celebrated paintings and it’s not to be missed.