What’s on in London This July

London Walking Tours
Tourist Destinations In London

London can be a little bit hotter in July but it doesn’t stop thousands of tourists from visiting the elegant city and it shouldn’t stop you too because a number of exciting and entertaining activities are waiting for you in London this summer. So, schedule your London walking tours right away and get ready to make the most of your London tour.

If you are tennis fan, your London old city tour will be a lot more exciting because you will be to see a few games from one of the most popular tennis tournaments, Wimbledon, in July. However, you can expect London to be a little bit crowded at that time because of the summer holidays. Therefore, it is better to have a clear idea on what you want to see while you are going on London walking tours. Below are few things you shouldn’t miss if you are visiting London in July.

Chorus Festival

The Southbank Centre’s “Chorus Festival” will be coming back to the city of London in the first week of July. This means that it is time to unleash your vocal cords and celebrate the power of singing with others. There will be more than 40 free performances in the city by famous choirs. So, do not miss the opportunity to attend a free performance. You can also find immersive shows like “Surrounded by Strangers” during the festival.

Wimbledon Championships

It is true that getting into the All England Lawn Tennis Club for the Wimbledon Championships requires a bit of preparation. This is because the seats on both Seats on Centre and Number One court will be already distributed, but you might be able to gain access to the court by buying a ticket from the queue. However, if you are not ready to stand in a queue, turn up an hour after the match, as you might be able to acquire the seats vacated by spectators for a reasonable price.

Summer Streets on Regent Street

The rare and exciting spectacle of a traffic-free street in zone one is a sight you shouldn’t miss if you are going for London walking tours in July. The classy curve of the Regent Street will be closed to traffic and open only to pedestrians from the Oxford Circus to the Piccadilly Circus every Sunday of July for a street party. You will be able to see a number of fun activities during the street party.