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A city with old-world charm and modern buzz is what London is all about. The capital city of Great Britain, the gorgeous city, is located on the banks of the River Thames. It has mainly two geographical zones of highlands and lowlands. Highlands have rugged mountains and valleys with a cooler climate while the lowland is where most people live as it has warmer weather with gentle slopes.

March to May is the best time to visit weather-wise as well as the city is blooming with flowers and greenery around this time. The temperature is around 20 degrees Celsius, which is pleasant and fit for outdoors, though you should be prepared for a rainfall always. It is the time when the city is packed with tourists too, and this overflow of tourists continues till late spring when the beauty of the city is still a sight. Some of the best festivals in London like St. Patrick ’s Day festival and parade, museums at night, etc. are held during this time. 

You will get the best London Hotel Deals during winters, especially from January to February, since the crowd reduces around that time. 

London Airport

The major international airport in London is London Heathrow Airport (LHR), which is 23 kilometers from the city center. Adjudged as the 2nd busiest airport in the world, it serves as a primary hub for Airlines like British Airways and Virgin Atlantica. There are five other airports near the city; London City, London Luton, London Gatwick, London Stansted, and London Southend. There are close to 100 airlines operating in and out of the city. 

Means of getting to London from the airport are many. The quickest link between the airport and the city is the Heathrow Express, which will take you to London Paddington in just 15 minutes. There are local buses from Heathrow which will take you to many stations in Thames Valley and West London or connect to railway stations at Watford, Feltham, Woking, and Reading. You could also take a taxi which is available outside any of the terminals and drop you in the city within an hour.

London can also be reached by buses, taxis, and trains. UK’s fantastic road network joins London to other cities in the world beautifully, and if you take the road route, then you will be able to enjoy glimpses of the charming English countryside. From cities like Paris, Berlin, and Amsterdam, you can take train services. Eurostar is a high-speed railway service operating from St. Pancras International Station, which travels to Paris and Brussels from London.

Transportation in London

Getting around London city is pretty easy as it has the largest urban transport network in the world. Bus, river, and road systems integrate to provide reach to the city’s 32 boroughs. 

You must have heard or seen the iconic London double-decker buses. They are the cheapest and the best way to do some sightseeing along with travel. They are cashless buses, so you need to have an Oyster or travel card or any other means of contactless payment. You could take a full day trip on these buses for as cheap as 4.5 pounds. There are night buses which run through the night after tube service closes and morning bus service starts.

The famous Tube is London’s underground rail network with 11 tube lines running between 9 London zones. Tube fares depend on the time of travel, how you are paying, and the distance you travel. Cheapest payment can be made with an Oyster card or any contactless payment method. They run from 5 AM till midnight. On Fridays and Saturdays, there are some night tube services as well, running between select lines.

Getting to London

London airport is a busy one with a multitude of airlines flying into it. You could find a direct flight to London from many parts of the world.

Some of the major airlines are British Airways, Virgin Atlantica, Delta Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Lufthansa, Srilankan Airlines, Vistara, Qatar Airways, Emirates, Gulf Air, Silk Air, Oman Air, and a few more.

Information on Hotels in London

London hotel scene has flourished remarkably in the last few years. Hotels in London have seen major changes, from being traditional earlier to the new imaginative ones. We present here a range of hotels to choose from, based on your budget:

  • 5-star hotels – The Lalit London with chic rooms, Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park with its cocktail bar, and indoor spa. 
  • 4-star hotels – Strathmore hotels have a Victorian feel to it, Holiday Inn London has contemporary lodging
  • 3-star hotels – Pelican London Hotel and residence have relaxed rooms, and some also have Kitchenettes in it, The Black lion gives you free breakfast and has an ornate bar, Alhambra hotel is one of the London hotels which is very close to downtown and offers complimentary breakfast.
  • 2-star hotels – The Godstone Inn offers quaint 16th century feel with European dining, Comfotel Prpl is colorful and trendy with a complimentary continental breakfast
  • star hotels – Generator London is one of the cheap hotels in London which are chic and close to major rail hub so a fantastic place to stay for tourists, The Hourglass hotel has traditional rooms having mini-fridges and a guest kitchen 

Prices vary based on the facilities as well as discounts offered around the year, so look at the deals when you book London hotels so that you are sure of the amenities provided against your budget.  

London Tourist Information

Top tourist attractions in London 

Talking about London attractions is a herculean task as the city is overflowing with places to visit and things to do in London cannot be counted. Yet here is a roundup of some of the first things you must do when you visit London:

  • Big Ben - This iconic tower clock, Big Ben, is famous for its big bell. It is supposed to have the most accurate timing in the world. Situated on the north end of Palace of Westminister, this is one of the first things anyone must have a look at while visiting London
  • London Eye –Built over River Thames, this giant ferry wheel can be counted as the biggest attraction of London. You get a swooping view of the gorgeous city from this wheel, where you can get glimpses of many landmarks of the city. 
  • Hyde Park – One of the most famous and largest parks in the city, this park also has two bodies of water within it. This place has historical significance as many demonstrations and protests used to be held here. There is a speaker corner here where even now debates are held, and performing artists also find a place to display their talent here.

Top food places in London

  • 14 Hills - If you want to pick a place which has a view and great food, then 14 Hills will be the one. Perched atop 14th floor of 120 Fenchurch street, with live saxophone music in its brunch and delicacies which have a touch of French food, this place is a must-visit. They have ala-carte and brunch menus, which have delicious seafood like crab and salmon.
  • Alexander the great – This lively restaurant is a treat for Greek food lovers. Their menu also has gluten-free and Keto options. The Lamb chops and Chicken Souvlaki are some of the best ones in this place.
  • Core by Clare Smyth – You will find a lot of light and air in this place, which gives it a laid back feel. They have a British excellent dining menu with seasonal food like crab and mussels in it.

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