Flights to London

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March 15

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London has five main airports; Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, London City Airport, and Sothend Airport. The main airport being Heathrow which lies 32km west of central London, followed by Gatwick, which is situated 48km from the south of central London.

There are various modes of transport from the airports into the city.

Quick facts about London

Car rent

from $ 79 per day

Hotel booking

from $ 70 per night


Pound sterling
Reference average prices in London

🌭 Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant

$ 19.87

🍕 Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course

$ 66.22

🍺 Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught)

$ 6.62

🚌 One-way Ticket (Local Transport)

$ 3.31

🏠 Apartment rent per month (1 bedroom in City Centre)

$ 2 309

The weather and best times to visit

Best time: March through April and September through November, the best times to visit the area.
Hotel from $64
The temperatures are mild all year round with the lowest ever at −16.1°C and highest at 38.1°C.
The average rainfall in a year is 621 mm.


With varying weather throughout the day, it is quite normal for residents to have an umbrella, coat and sunglasses at the same time. Rain is quite frequent, but usually a drizzle so activities continue as normal amidst the rainfall.

London is situated on the River Thames to the south-east of England, at the head of the estuary that leads to the North Sea.

With history dating back to Roman times, London houses the the iconic ‘Big Ben’ clock tower, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and a site of British monarch coronations in its centre. The London Eye observation wheel across the River Thames offers breathtaking views of this beautiful city. A popular location with tourists, it is a city well worthy of a visit or more.

Things to do in London

The most visited city in Europe, London attracts up to 27 million visitors every year. With some of the best shopping, art, entertainment and dining, there’s no wonder why. It is almost impossible to stay bored in this location that is split into distinct areas of the commercial and tourist hub of Central London as well as North, West, South and East London. Each neighbourhood quite different and recognizable.


One of the most diverse cities in the world, there is lots to do in London.

See Westminster

Home to the world-famous Big Ben and Houses of Parliament, Westminster is known as the political hub of London. Here you will find Westminster Abbey, and the iconic clock tower, which chimes at the turn of every hour.


You can also take some time to relax in Parliament Square, where you will find such statues of political individuals like Winston Churchill and Mandela.

Hyde Park

One of the largest and possibly the most famous park in London, Hyde Park is significant for hosting quite a number of protests and demonstrations in the past, including ones during the time of the Suffragettes. The park is a must-visit for tourists, with its memorial features and lakes, which include The Serpentine, where people watch swans and enjoy paddle-boating.


The park also hosts a Speaker’s Corner where protests, debates and performance artists are hosted every week.

London Eye

A giant Ferris wheel which offers fantastic views of the city; the London Eye is an iconic structure which was first constructed to mark the turn of the millennium. The Eye is the location of London’s annual New Year’s fireworks display and at night, it is bathed in bright and beautiful seasonal colours.


Visitors can opt for a private pod, or choose to share a spacious pod with other visitors and enjoy the views. Just across from the Eye is the London Aquarium, which is home to aquatic creatures from all around the world and well worth a visit too.

Thames Cruise

England’s longest river, The popular Thames River leads into the North Sea, and has been significant since prehistoric times. It served as the base for multiple settlements and was of much import to English and Roman Kings, and also during the first and second World Wars.


A cruise across this lifeblood of the city, is run at 30 minute intervals from several key points in the city. Enjoy the views as you pass by a number of sightseeing locations like the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye, and the Tower Bridge. The night cruises are especially beautiful when these locations are all lit up and brought to life in colour. A visit to London is incomplete without a cruise on the Thames.

London Cuisine

Be sure to try the famous London fish and chips, or a true English breakfast, which consists of bacon, eggs, sausages, mushrooms, baked beans, black pudding and fried bread. Other tasty foods you could try are bangers and mash, a Yorkshire pudding, roast beef or a Ploughman's Lunch.


It will be difficult to find Welsh rarebit with sprinkled baked cheddar. But if you do find it, get also Old Specled Hen beer. Or cider with rich, sweet taste. By the way, takeaway food is cheaper thus more common in London.


Portions are usually large. For breakfast, you can have beans or mashed green peas with toasts. On weekends farmers gather on market sqaures and cook food on the streets. Here you can try Asian or Turkish cruisine, mushroom pies and baked potatoes, Spanish sausages, cottage cheese and even dandelion lemonade. Also, you haven’t truly visited London until you’ve had English tea or a beer at a pub. Many delicious feasts await those who buy tickets to London. 

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