London is the first city in Europe to turn on the Christmas lights
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London is the first city in Europe to turn on the Christmas lights

The start of November is the unofficial sign to bring out the Christmas decorations and advent calendars. There is a lot of talk about Christmas movies and the offers have started for trips to the most beautiful Advent fairs in Europe.

While most cities wait until late November or early December to put up Christmas decorations and lights, London has already decorated its streets.

A few weeks ago they started preparations for Advent, and on November 2 the official lighting of the lamps took place on Oxford Street, one of the most visited tourist streets in the city. A Christmas Tale in London looks great.

The lights will soon be switched on in other parts of London.

On November 8, Carnaby and Covent Garden will shine, on November 9, Regent Street and St. James, and then all other areas, streets and squares.