London’s Lovely Riverside Christmas Market Is Returning For Winter 2018

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London Bridge’s charming festive market will be returning to the banks of the Thames this November.

Crisp winter air, a lovely riverside spot, and all the trimmings and trappings of Christmas. Really, Christmas by the River has it all. One of London’s prettiest Christmas markets, the festive fiesta will return to the capital on November 29th, bringing with it the best seasonal treats and temptations.

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Nestled against the backdrop of Tower Bridge and the City skyline, Christmas by the River has been a sparkling addition to the festive scene for the past four years. A cluster of cute winter cabins line the riverside, stuffed with crafty creations, pop-up bars, and delicious street food outlets – and a bucketload of festive cheer to boot. The market is also planning a series of workshops, tastings, and storytelling events, which we suspect are best enjoyed wrapped up in a ludicrous Christmas jumper.

Christmas by the River
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Really, who needs a German Christmas market when you can head to this gloriously festive spot for the same amount of fun? Christmas by the River lets you crack on with your Christmas shopping whilst admiring the views of Tower Bridge and getting steadily sloshed on glühwein – and really, that’s all we’ve ever wanted out of a Christmas market!

Find Christmas by the River at London Bridge City, SE1 2DB, between November 29th and January 2nd, 2019. 

Meanwhile, Christmas is kicking into high gear with these other arrivals:

⛄️ Winterville Is Coming Back To Clapham Common This Christmas
🎅 The Oxford Street Christmas Lights Are Up, And Honestly We’re Ready
🎄 A Spellbinding Christmas Feast At The Harry Potter Studio Tour

Alex Landon

Alex Landon

Although Alex spent most of his life in Somerset and Durham, London is (almost) in his name, so he relocated to Clapham and fell in love with it. However, this has put him dangerously close to Infernos... You'll find him eating all of London's street food, lost in a bookshop, or shouting at his beloved ice hockey team, the Minnesota Wild.