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Flights to London, United Kingdom

Flights to  London, United Kingdom

Fly to London

Fly to a European metropolis and soak up its rich history as you enjoy the excitement of a vibrant capital city. Travel on the oldest underground railway in the world and visit London's many galleries and museums. Enjoy five o'clock tea in style in one of Mayfair's charming old hotels. Go and see a show in the West End, London's world-famous theatre district. If you are visiting in the summer, have a picnic in one of London's many parks and order a Pimm's in a pub like a real Londoner. Ride the lift to the top of the tallest building in the European Union and take in an evening jazz concert in the lively Soho district. During the weekend have lunch at one of the city's many markets, where you will find food from all over the world. Browse the antique shops of Kensington. And don't forget to give a wave to Big Ben and the Queen as you go past...

London for urban travellers

Lose yourself in the streets around Covent Garden. Enjoy the view of the city from the Shard, the tallest building in the European Union. Go see an exhibition at one of London's many museums and galleries. During the weekend visit the flea market and food market in Brick Lane. Enjoy the night life in the hip Shoreditch area.

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London for romantics

Stroll along the Thames embankment in the romantic glow of the streetlights and treat yourself to dinner in one of Chelsea's delightful restaurants. Visit the Columbia Road flower market on Sunday morning and browse the many independent shops that line the road, each one of them unique. Lose yourself in the streets of enchanting Notting Hill.

London for gourmets

Forget your prejudices about English food and allow yourself to be surprised. Thanks to its diversity, London is a mecca for all lovers of good food. As well as traditional British cuisine, you will find food from all over the world. For an English dining experience try St John Bread and Wine across the street from Spitalfields Market. Kensington has several charming French restaurants, Chinatown offers the best Chinese food, and Brick Lane is the ideal place to try real Indian or Bangladeshi cuisine. And don't forget the many markets – perhaps the most famous of them is Borough Market near London Bridge.

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London is more than just Westminster and Buckingham Palace! Here are some other places you shouldn't miss on your next visit:

  • Regents Park and Marylebone High Street: Stroll through Regent's Park to pleasant Marylebone High Street. Here you will find the bookshop Daunt Books and numerous designer shops.
  • South Kensington museum district: This pleasant district full of cafés and restaurants is also home to the Victoria and Albert Museum, with its rich collections covering the history of design and decoration. Children and adults alike will enjoy visits to the Science Museum and the Natural History Museum. In the latter you can walk among dinosaur skeletons.
  • Fortnum & Mason and the Burlington Arcade: Perfect for visitors who are looking for a traditionally British experience: this wonderful department store was founded in 1707 by a former footman in Queen Anne's household. Take afternoon tea in the Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon and then wander through the nearby Burlington Arcade, a famous covered shopping arcade.
  • Somerset House: See works by Rubens, Monet, Gauguin and many other masters and take in one of the interesting temporary exhibitions at the Courtauld Gallery, the art museum of the famous Courtauld Institute of Art, located in Somerset House. In summer the building's wonderful neoclassical courtyard is the setting for numerous open-air concerts.
  • Tate Modern: This famous museum of modern art is housed in a former power station.
  • Highgate Cemetery and Parliament Hill: Located in north London, this wonderful Victorian cemetery with its ivy-clad tombs is also the final resting place of Karl Marx. After visiting the cemetery climb to the top of Parliament Hill and enjoy a marvellous view of London.
  • Hampton Court: Hampton Court Palace is sometimes known as the Versailles of London. Henry VIII's splendid palace and gardens on the edge of London are a popular tourist attraction.

Lose yourself in the streets around Covent Garden. Enjoy the view of the city from the Shard, the tallest building in the European Union. Go see an exhibition at one of London's many museums and galleries. Fly to London with us.

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