The Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree might just be the most famous Christmas tree in the world, but London has plenty of other noteworthy arboreal festivities too, as these photos show. What's your favourite Christmas tree in London?
Decorative Christmas trees hanging at Peter Jones in Sloane Square. Photo: Doug
Christmas tree illuminated outside City Hall on South Bank. Photo: Saúl Tuñón Loureda
The Christmas tree outside the Connaught Hotel in Mayfair (the first time the hotel has had an outdoor tree) appears to have some strange decorations on it... (Photo: Matt)
...and when you get closer you realise the baubles are designed to look like medicine. They were created by artist Damien Hirst. Photo: Matt
Trees in Paternoster Square near St Paul's Cathedral. Photo: Julian Chan
Covent Garden looking festive. Photo: Shifiku
Christmas tree arch at Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park. Photo: ArUK5
Another shot of Winter Wonderland. Photo: ArUK5
The ice skating rink at Somerset House. Photo: Mark Walton1
The Cutty Sark in Greenwich illuminated in the shape of a Christmas tree. Photo: roger.w800
Outside The Old Vic in Waterloo. Photo: Alan Brazier
The Cheesegrater's festive offerings. Photo: Andrea Liu
Also worth a mention this year is the Granary Square Christmas tree in King's Cross. It's made from 365 wooden sledges and is programmed with a lighting and sound sequence.
Seen any other trees in London worth mentioning? Let us know in the comments below.