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The Weather in Wembley
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. July is the warmest month in Wembley, with average daily maximum temperatures of 24°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 1° in January. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is March.
Holiday lettings in Wembley – a stone's throw from London
Wembley, most well known for the world famous Wembley Stadium, attracts football lovers and architecture enthusiasts alike. Situated only a short train ride from central London, Wembley is one of the most culturally diverse and fascinating areas of North West London.
Dive into an exploration of culinary experiences
Due to the incredibly diverse population of Wembley, there is a vast array of cuisine to be enjoyed and suit your budget. From British fish and chip shops and pubs to an enormous choice of Indian cuisine, there is something sure to satisfy the taste buds of both young and old.
For the lovers of fine dining, Wembley plays host to some exceptional fine dining restaurants, offering delectable tasting and full menu options. Be sure to research your options online and reserve a table well ahead of time!
Non stop entertainment for the kids
From children's game centres like Kidzania to a multitude of museums and the world famous London Zoo, there is no shortage of activities around London to keep the entire family entertained! Just be sure to plan ahead. With options like the Dinosaur Museum and London Motorcycle Museum, to name just a few, there may be difficulties to find the time to do everything!
Must see sites around town
Wembley Stadium is the most popular attraction in Wembley, re-opened in 2007 after reconstruction on the grounds of the original stadium, this impressive piece of architecture boasts some impressive feats, such as being the second largest stadium in Europe and having a circumference of 1km.
The Tricycle Theatre has been around since the 1980s and has become one of the most well known and loved theatres in London.
Neasden Temple no longer holds the title of the largest Hindu Temple outside of India, which it originally did upon its completion in 1995, however it is still worth a visit.
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