London Flights Guide
London has to be one of the most exciting, cosmopolitan cities in the world, with a host of sightseeing opportunities and a deep sense of history. This city, located on the River Thames, is as famous as it is familiar, as exciting as it is historic. Home to the modern London Eye, from which visitors can see the city spread out in its magnificence below them, as well as the magnificent Tate Modern, which boasts some of the most fabulous collections of modern art in the world, the city also offers every possible type of shop imaginable (there are about 30 000 to choose from) and an assortment of more than 6 000 restaurants, many of them legendary.
Of course, London's history is everywhere, and you can't visit this vibrant, bustling city with its signature red buses and black taxis without heading for the Tower of London, home to the famous Crown Jewels. Then it's time to enjoy the pomp and splendour of the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace. England's Royal Family is part of the country's culture, and although you may not catch a glimpse of any of them, their presence is felt wherever you go.
London's parks are lush and beautiful, especially Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park. The city's underground is also famous, and you must take a train, even if it's only from the airport to your hotel. Then there's the West End, home to numerous tourist attractions as well as London's famous theatres. And let's not forget the city's numerous traditional pubs, where one goes for a beer on tap and some famous fish and chips.
Flights to London from the UK
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London Travel Facts
- London connects to 24 United Kingdom airports.
- Direct flights between United Kingdom and London take approximately 47 minutes or 242 kilometres.
- British Airways offer direct flights from Manchester to London.
- bmi offer direct flights from Manchester to London.
- British Airways offer direct flights from Glasgow to London.
- 3 airlines fly
directly between the UK and London.
Flights to London
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London Holidays Guide
London has a long history, much of which can still be seen in the city in places such as St Paulâ€™s Cathedral and the Tower of London. The London Eye offers panoramic views of the city. Visitors to London can watch a show on Shaftsbury Avenue and have dinner in Covent Garden. Museums such as the Natural History Museum and the Science Museum are popular family attractions. Flights are available to London from across the UK with providers including easyjet, British Airways, Flybe, bmi and Ryanair.
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