Flights to London, England
The city of London is served by an astounding 6 international airports - London City Airport, London Luton Airport, Heathrow Airport, Gatwick Airport, Stansted Airport and London Southend Airport. Of these 6, though, only half of them handle long-haul flights out of Europe, and only Heathrow and Gatwick receive flights from Asia. The other 3 airports are used mainly for flights within Europe.
- London Heathrow Airport is the largest air facility in Europe, and is also considered one of the world’s busiest airports. The airport consists of 5 terminals and is located about 20 miles from the city of London. A taxi ride from the airport to the city centre would take around 1 hour at a fare of about £45–£70 (SGD 80-125).
- London Gatwick Airport is the second largest airport in the country and consists of 2 passenger terminals. Located 28 miles south of London, a taxi ride to the city would cost about £98.00 (SGD 175) and take about 60-90 minutes.
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Best Time to Visit London
Though an evergreen holiday destination, tourists sometimes find their vacation mood dampened by the sight of an overcast, grey London. Those not fond of rain should therefore plan their holiday for the summer months of June to August - though typically a blisteringly hot season for Europe, London is nice and warm in this period with an average temperature of about 18°C. Sunlight hours are also stretched longer in these months, making it the perfect time to enjoy the city’s summer music festivals as well as outdoor street festivities like the Notting Hill Carnival.
Things to do in London
A top favourite destination for tourists from all around the world, London is chock-full of wonderful things to do, see and eat. Admire the architectural grandeur of Westminster Abbey, London Bridge and the Tower of London, catch a theatre show at the West End (followed by some amazing shopping), then finish the day off with a boat cruise down the River Thames at twilight to admire the city’s urban landscape from the waters.
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