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London Introduction  
  1. London is a truly global city that blends cosmopolitan vibrancy and cutting edge trends while remaining characteristically British. On first appearance the sheer size of London can appear overwhelming, yet on closer inspection it is a city of districts full of remarkable historic and cultural offerings. It is host to a handful of some of the world most iconic landmarks such as Big Ben, Tower Bridge and Buckingham Palace. Those who wish to hire a car in London will find that most major rental companies are located across the city.

London Top Attractions  
  1. Free Attractions

    Home to a large number of world-class museums, the majority charge no entrance fee including: British Museum, National Gallery, Natural History Museum and Tate Modern. Additionally the city posses a wealth of parks, both great and small that provide a respite from the hustle and bustle of a large metropolis, some of the best known include Hyde Park, which comprises a vast open space in the city centre and others include: Regent’s Park, Hampstead Heath and St James’s Park.

  2. Theatres and Musicals

    World famous for its many world famous theatres, the majority are concentrated in the West End around Covent Garden, Leicester Square and Shaftesbury Avenue. The South Bank is another area know for catching performances and is home to The Globe Theatre, a must for all Shakespeare buffs.

  3. Unbelievable Shopping

    Oxford Street, Regent Street and Bond Street are all among the most famous shopping destinations in the world and with current favourable exchange rates have become a magnet for tourists worldwide searching for the latest must-have items. Yet they barely scratch the surface of London’s offerings, from hip vintage shops located in the East End and the antiques market on Portobello Road to the high fashion of Harrods and other Knightsbridge boutiques, there is something for everyone.

  4. Other Popular Attractions:

    Tate Modern

    National Gallery

    Buckingham Palace

    St.Paul's Cathedral

    Big Ben

    The London Eye

    London Sea Life Aquarium

    Tower Bridge

    HMS Belfast

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Local Attractions  
  1. British Heritage

    On the western fringes of Greater London is Windsor Castle, one of the official residences of the British Royal Family. It is open to the public and draws a huge number of tourists annually. 50 miles northeast of London is Oxford, dominated by its ancient university, the city is home to a beautiful and historic centre.

  2. South of London

    An hour’s drive south of the capital brings you to charming Brighton, a vibrant seaside resort town with a beautiful pebble beach that brings hoards of sunbathers to the shore during the sunnier spells of the summer months. Nearby Kent is worth a visit to see the magnificent White Cliffs of Dover and historic Canterbury Cathedral.

  3. English Countryside

    For those seeking beautiful English countryside, a short trip south brings you to the South Downs National Park with its beautiful rolling hills, green fields and chalk valleys and charming villages, you will feel a world away from the busy streets of London. The perfect place for a country walk and a pub lunch.

  4. Cities of Interest:

    Manchester

    Birmingham

    Liverpool

    Leeds

    Sheffield

    Norwich

    Reading

    Bristol

    Portsmouth

    Southampton

    Plymouth

     

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Arriving at the city
  1. A large number of international visitors arriving in London do so through one of the 4 major international airports surrounding the city. The largest of these is Heathrow, the busiest international airport in the world, which is located in the Borough of Hillingdon on the western fringes. It is connected to the centre through the London Underground network and there are also buses and train services into the city centre. Gatwick, Stansted and Luton airports are all located outside the city limits but are connected through a host of bus and train services and are within easy reach.

Public Transport
  1. London has an extensive and well-developed transport infrastructure meaning getting to and navigating London is relatively straightforward. The vast London Underground network is the main mode of transport for most who navigate London on a daily basis. Its bus network is also extensive, giving you an opportunity to ride on the iconic red top buses.

Driving around England
  1. There are several road transport arteries feeding into London. The M1 connects Birmingham with the capital while the M4 and M3 direct road traffic from the west and south west of England. The M11 connects London with destinations located in the north east of England while the M23 heads south and M20 connect to Dover in the south east of the country. The M25 ring road circles London connecting onto all other major motorways. Visitors wishing to take car hire from London have a large variety of option with most rental companies operating in the capital.