So you have Gin festival London sorted, but what about the rest of the trip? We got your back gin lovers!
As we all know a trip to the big capital can be wasted if not planned carefully, hopping from tube to tube with no real sense of direction.
Whether you’ve traveled from afar or London is your hometown, we have your weekend down to a T. From the best fast food joints to attractions you just don’t want to miss, here’s Gin Festivals ‘too good to miss’ London travel guide.
As many of you will have guessed (if you didn’t...get with the program) some of the craziest gin bars in the world are located in the heart of London. I mean a London dry isn’t called a London dry for no reason?
Here are a few you should check out, pre-drinks or post drinks alike, these bars sure do mix up a good G&T!
Located in the heart of London, down a hustle and bustle street in Soho sits the London Gin Club! If you just couldn't possibly try everything at the Gin Festival, London gin club is the next best thing! With a huge range of gin, tasting menus and even private talks and events to book, your sure to discover something new and exciting.
Step into Mr Foggs and instantly feel like a child in a sweet store! The menu is jam-packed with exciting Gin cocktails and flavorsome G&Ts! They even host there very own Gin safari, taking you on a tour of the very best spirits on the market.
Pushing cocktail and G&T boundaries 214 Bermondsey sure will mix you up something exciting! Located near the shard, London bridge and many of London's other sites, this is the perfect mid-day pit stop!
Ok Gin Festival, that’s enough drinking for now...what about some sites?
We have all heard of tower bridge, big ben and the London eye, so here’s a few you may not have heard of!
When your bellies start to rumble (or you need something to soak up all that gin) why not head over to the Shoreditch street urban food fest. Every Saturday hundreds of the best street food trucks, bars and stalls come together to serve up some seriously good grub! From Caribbean to greek and Asian to French cuisine, the urban food fest has it all!
Borough market is one of London's many food markets. However unlike all the rest Borough market is rich in history. Discover its beauty for yourself as you indulge in fine wine, cheese and bread.
Every weekend The Maltby Street Market sets up in LASSCO Ropewalk - with a glorious array of artisan producers serving up delicious food and drink to a growing throng of eager shoppers.On Saturdays and Sundays, the streets are lined with market stalls of enthusiastic foodies selling everything from charcuterie to coffee; cake, fish, oils, sausages, wine and GIN of course.
Located in the heart of London, take a short walk from the amazing St Paul's Cathedral over the Millenium bridge and you reach the Tate modern national art gallery. This free-entry modern art gallery is the perfect way to spend a raining day in the capitol. Housing art from some of the greats including Andy Warhol, Picasso and Salvador Dalí, The Tate Modern is the perfect culture trip to top off your trip.
Gin Festival returns to the beautiful Victoria baths for another double weekender!
It’s national chilli day! So we decided to celebrate in true gin style (the only way we know how to) and make some cocktails!
The gorgeous Piùcinque is our January Gin of the Month, bursting with bright, sunny Mediterranean flavours.
January's Gin Of The Month is proudly Italian through and through.