London Wine Week is our seven day summer festival which takes place across the city, with delicious events happening each day of the week – from pop-up wine bars to al fresco parties, decadent dinners and tutored tastings – plus some of the very best wine bars creating bespoke tasting flights of wine for just £6 for you to try!
For the first time – Festival Passes for London Wine Week are free meaning even more reason to visit this event.
To get involved all you need is a FREE digital pass.
What’s included in a LCW Digital Pass?
The model for all our festivals is always the same – you need a Festival Pass on your phone – you look for the bars taking part (always the very best bars for the theme of each festival) and you flash said pass at your bartender to get £6 drinks. It’s that easy. It’s like the best happy hour in the world as we pride ourselves on spot-on drinks in London’s finest establishments – but at very fair prices.
You can book your FREE Digital pass here>>
There are a lot of options how to get to London for weekend. You can choose arrive to Gatwick airport.
Or you chan choose arrival to Heathrow airport.
If you will choose to arrive to Gatwick airport. Driving by car usually takes more time, so it’s recommended that you take the train.
If you will choose to arrive to London Heathrow airport.
Situated beside St Paul’s Cathedral in London’s business district, Grange St. Pauls Hotel – a 5-star hotel boasts a stunning glass atrium with 4 restaurants. It features a fantastic pool and luxurious rooms with iPod docks.
Weather in London is similar to that in Dublin, however, Dublin may experience more rainfall and is a bit cooler in the summer months. The average temperature for London during the month of May is between 10 and 19 degrees.