• Sakura Season is Here

    Cherry Blossom season in London typically starts from late March to early May, marking the onset of spring. Originating from East Asia, particularly Japan, these delicate flowers symbolise the transient beauty of life and the renewal of nature. To commemorate this symbolic season, we're excited to show our top places to see cherry blossoms in the heart of the city.

  • St Paul's Cathedral

    We highly recommend starting your search at St Paul's Cathedral. Wander down to St Paul's Churchyard just south of the cathedral, where you'll be greeted by cherry blossom trees in full bloom. It's a truly beautiful sight that adds an extra layer of beauty to this historic location.

    Address: St. Paul's Churchyard, London EC4M 8AD

  • Greenwich Park

    Another spot we highly recommend visiting is the Greenwich Park, famous for its stunning collection of cherry blossoms, considered one of the best in the UK. Don't hesitate – head towards the rose garden, where you'll be welcomed by a cherry blossom tunnel.

    Address: London SE10 8QY

  • Notting Hill

    There are numerous places in Notting Hill, one of the most Instagram-worthy areas, where you can admire cherry blossoms. Among them are Kensington Park Gardens, Landsdowne Road, Pembridge Square, Westbourne Grove, Sunderland Terrace, Hillgate Street, and Farm Place. So, if you find yourself in the area, be sure to take a stroll and enjoy the view.

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