Flights to London
Positioned on the Thames River in the south-east of the island of Great Britain, London is the most populous city of the United Kingdom. The city which was founded by the Romans is one of the most prominent global cities concerning education, entertainment, finance, healthcare, arts, commerce, fashion, media, professional services, research & development, and tourism. Having the fifth or sixth largest metropolitan area GDP in the world, the city is considered as the world's most-visited city.
How to reach London?
London City Airport, London Gatwick Airport, London Southend Airport, London Heathrow Airport, Southampton Airport, Birmingham Airport, etc. are serving the international passengers visiting this city. However, Hatfield Aerodrome, Farnborough Airport, Rochester Airport, Farnborough Airport, and Northolt Airport are the local airports near London. Our website brings all those information (things to do, famous hotels, and famous restaurants) you need for booking the cheapest flight tickets to London.
What are the famous attractions near London?
- Southend (49 minutes from London)
- Shoreham (53 minutes from London)
- Tilbury Fort (39 minutes from London)
- St Albans (17 minutes from London)
- The Chiltern Hills (40 minutes from London)
- The Surrey Hills (56 minutes from London)
What are the main attractions in London?
Tourism is one of London's prime industries as it employs millions of people. In 2015, London was the leading city in the world by the cross-border spending of the visitors. The Southbank Centre, The Natural History Museum, The National Gallery, The Victoria and Albert Museum (South Kensington), The Science Museum, Tate Modern, and The National Portrait Gallery are the main attractions of London.
What are the best things to do in London?
- Tower Bridge
- Houses of Parliament
- Madame Tussauds London
What are the famous hotels in London?
- Pullman London St Pancras Hotel
- Radisson Blu Edwardian Hampshire Hotel
- Park Grand London Lancaster Gate
What are the famous restaurants in London?
- The Prince of Wales
- Core by Clare Smyth
- Roux at Parliament Square