Discovering London’s Most Picturesque Sunset Spots

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There’s no experience quite like witnessing the sunset over the captivating cityscape of London. From the renowned London Eye to beloved green spaces such as Primrose Hill, you’re guaranteed to discover the ideal vantage point to witness the perfect sunset. With a stay at the luxurious Piccadilly London West End in the heart of the city, you’ll be only moments away from all the iconic landmarks to savour this enchanting spectacle.

London Eye

The London Eye, an iconic attraction, provides an excellent vantage point to witness the mesmerising sunset view in London. You can conveniently get to the London Eye from Piccadilly London by taking the Piccadilly Line on the Tube. Once you board the giant wheel, you’ll be treated to breath-taking panoramic views of the city skyline. The ride takes about 30 minutes to complete, so feel free to opt for a glass of champagne as you go around and soak in the amazing sunset views!

The Shard

The Shard, standing as the tallest building in the United Kingdom and Western Europe, is unquestionably the perfect spot to witness a sunset in London. Head to the View from the Shard, and get an expansive view of the city, while you share a moment with your loved ones spotting the sunset from the open-air sky deck on Level 72. Finally, add to a memorable day as you unwind with a rejuvenating spa at the luxe Piccadilly West End Hotel.

Primrose Hill

Located North of Regent’s Park, Primrose Hill is one of the finest places to watch the sunset in London. It has been awarded the title of “most picturesque view in London” for the extraordinary vistas it offers to its visitors. In fact, one of London’s six protected viewpoints is located at the top of this hill, which is almost 63 metres above sea level. The trees have been kept low so as not to obstruct the spectacular sunset view.

If you are planning a special evening with your loved one, spread out a picnic blanket, pop open a bottle of prosecco, and enjoy watching the sun begin its descent at Primrose Hill.

Hampstead Heath

Hampstead Heath encompasses nearly 800 acres of charming meadows, ancient woodlands, and natural swimming ponds. It’s no surprise that this picturesque green oasis made an appearance in the cult favourite film “Notting Hill.” Situated at one of the highest points in the city, Hampstead Heath is perfect to admire the captivating sunset views in London. If you are looking to book a London West End stay package, a visit to Hampstead Heath is highly recommended!

Whether you are looking for a romantic evening or a family-friendly day out to catch the sunset, you are sure to find the best spot to watch the sun go down in London. So, start planning as you check out the discount hotels in the West End, London with all these incredible locations at your doorstep.

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