London, England

London is one of the most famous cities in the world. It's a vibrant, bustling, multi-cultural and cosmopolitan city that offers a blend of history, heritage and culture! London has something for just about everyone, from castles and gardens to shopping districts and popular nightclubs. Of course, London is best known for theatre the world around, with a multitude of performances on any given night.

Things to Do

Shop at Harrods

Harrods of London is located in Knightsbridge,West London. Harrods is one of the most glamorous and famous department stores. It's worth the trip just to walk around and enjoy this iconic store even without shopping there.

The Tower of London

The Tower of London built and used for 3 primary functions: a fortress, royal palace, and a prison. The tower also served as a place of: execution and torture, treasury, a zoo, the Royal Mint, a public records office, and observatory. Today the tower is home of the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom.

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace in London is home to the Queen of England. During August and September,when the Queen goes on her annual visit to Scotland, the State Rooms in Buckingham Palace are open to the General Public.

Big Ben

In London, Big Ben is one landmark tourists cannot miss. The clock tower stands 96 metres tall, with 4 clock faces. The tower was named after Sir Benjamin Hall, who among other achievements, oversaw the installation of the hour bell, in the Big Ben clock tower.

St Paul's Cathedral

St Paul's Cathedral and with some debate is considered to be the fifth St Paul's cathedral of London. The building as it stands today dates back to the 17th century, and is famous for its inspiring dome and unusual architecture for building / cathedrals of its time.

London eye

The London eye is a large ferris wheel, located on the Thames River bank. It's a popular tourist destination and a great way to get unique view and perspective of the London city and greater London area. This relatively new attraction draws large crowds daily, it's advisable to book your ticket in advance.

There are two international airports that service flights into London - Heathrow and Gatwick. Use Webjet's London Airport page to get all the important information you need on both Heathrow and Gatwick airports so you can navigate your way easily through some of the busiest airports in the world.


Getting around London couldn't be easier. London was the first city in the world to have an underground railway known as the Tube. The tube is probably the most cost effective way of getting around London, its reliable, fast and easy, even for first timers.

Taxis in London are generally fairly expensive. To explore the city and get a great view of the London streets, jump on one of the iconic double-decker buses, which like the London underground, stop at nearly every point of interest around the city centre.

Airports and Flights

There are 4 international airports and many budget carriers that offer discount flights to destinations around Europe. Heathrow international airport is the biggest London airport. Gatwick, is known as the world busiest single runway airport. Luton and Stansted connect London to many short haul European destinations. All airports in London are accessible by the rail system.