Christmas movie locations: From Bridget Jones to Love Actually take a festive film tour of the capital

Get out of the house, walk off the mince pies and visit some of the iconic locations where scenes from Christmas classics were filmed.

Inbetweenmas, Twixmas or Crimbo Limbo.

Whatever you like to call this chunk of time sandwiched between Christmas and New Year, it is the perfect opportunity to watch any of your favourite festive films.

Or better yet, get out of the house, walk off the mince pies and visit some of the iconic locations where scenes from Christmas classics were filmed.

You could start in Notting Hill at St Luke’s Mews and stand in the spot where Andrew Lincoln revealed his love for Keira Knightley in Richard Curtis’ famous flick, Love Actually.

Depending on your energy levels, you could stride from Notting Hill through Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park and St James’ to reach Brydges Place.

Dubbed “the narrowest alleyway in London” according to Henry Golding as he speaks to Emilia Clarke in Last Christmas - it’s just 34 inches at its widest, to be exact.

It does take at least an hour and twenty minutes according to Google Maps to walk from St. Luke’s Mews to Brydges Place, so have Citymapper at the ready in case you need to do part of the journey on transport.

Ayesha warns her neighbours to get ready for her Bridget Jones-style drunken solo karaoke if they all end up locked down in the same building (Picture: Moviestore/Shutterstock)

From Brydges Place, you can walk along the South Bank overlooking the Thames and sit on a bench like the one Liam Neeson and Thomas Brodie-Sangster sat on for their touching scene in Love Actually.

Finally, to reward yourself after a hike spanning from west to south east London, you can pop down to Borough Market for a well-earned pint at the Globe Tavern.

It’s even located right underneath Bridget Jones’ flat on 8 Bedale Street.

We can’t promise that Renée Zellweger will appear at the front door, but you can always pose there for a photo.