In Photos: Covent Garden's Christmas 2018 Lights And Decorations

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In Photos: Covent Garden's Christmas 2018 Lights And Decorations

Christmas has arrived in Covent Garden. The Christmas tree has been put up, and the Christmas lights switched on. Smaller Christmas trees are dotted around the piazza, wreaths hang from the eaves and a giant illuminated reindeer has landed. No sign of the Lego sculptures of previous years, but those giant disco balls and mistletoe leaves are hanging from the ceiling once again. Take a look at Christmas in Covent Garden:

A giant wreath greets shoppers arriving from the northern side of the square:

Those selfie-worthy benches have had a festive makeover:

Both floors of the market have been decorated:

Covent Garden's Jubilee Market is festooned with giant bows:

This car's been parked on the northern side of the Piazza, no doubt as a lure for the Instagramming masses:

Classic and classy decorations outside Balthazar on Russell Street:

Looking down Henrietta Street:

Another shot of the Jubilee Market:

The tree's been lit. Find it on the western side of the square, near St Paul's Church:

Those shiny disco balls and giant mistletoe decorations are back:

Simple but effective Christmas lights on Floral Street:

Even Covent Garden station's been decked in lights:

The building on the corner of James Street and Long Acre is dressed up like a gift:

For more things to do at Christmas, take a look at our guide to spending Christmas in London. Find out when the rest of the Christmas lights are switched on, and get into the festive spirit with ice skating rinks and Christmas markets.

Last Updated 20 November 2018

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