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Trips to Paris from London
[March 3, 2015 – 09:19 am]
Trips to Paris from London

You will arrive at St Pancras Station in London 3 hours later, where you will be met to begin your Hop on Hop off tour of London. During the pre-recorded multilingual commentary, discover and admire London s famous monuments including Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and the Tower of London. Your ticket also includes a Thames River Cruise (disembark the bus at Westminster). In the afternoon you have free time for shopping in the city center, visiting one of the many museums or continuing your Hop on Hop…


Trip Advisor Tower of London
[February 28, 2015 – 06:09 am]
Trip Advisor Tower of London

Stayed 3 days arriving on 13th October 2013 was met with good reception, friendly, polite & even located an iron for us to tidy our luggage. Rooms are recently refurbished & comfortable, not huge but for short stay they do the job. (Take some extra hangers if travelling as couple) limited hanging space though. Great location for commuting the tube We are sorry to learn of the concerns you have raised over our bar caf ScottinMcr. Our bar caf staff are trained to prepare food in a timely manner and provide a great level of service so it is regrettable that you…

Balloon Rides London
[February 25, 2015 – 01:01 am]
Balloon Rides London

To see MORE Photos from Outer London including - Aerial views of Alexandra Palace, Regents Park, Bedford College, Emirates Stadium - Click here! To see MORE Photos from Central London Including - Aerial views of The London Eye, Wimbledon, Albert Hall, Tower Bridge, Regents Park, Westminster, the Thames, Battersea, Parliament, Buckingham Palace and more - Click here! The small print Please be aware: Balloon flights over London require good weather and can only be made when the forecast wind direction will enable the balloon to stay out of restricted air space and with sufficient…

Trip Advisor London Eye
[February 24, 2015 – 01:01 am]
Trip Advisor London Eye

Share your knowledge Edit this page Tickets for the London Eye are typically 20. You may want to avoid the queues by prebooking online (and saving 10%!) and collect tickets quickly from one of the collection machines; however, you may also want to make sure that it s a clear day before you decide to go as you don t get the full effect on a grey or cloudy day. However, you can purchase tickets online the same day, as long as it s a few hours before you plan on riding. You can also avoid the queues by purchasing your tickets from external vendors, such as the tourist info offices…

Scotland Trip from London
[February 23, 2015 – 12:05 am]
Scotland Trip from London

What’s the right amount of time to tour Edinburgh? Two days & one night. Edinburgh, the showcase capital city of Scotland, balances the modern with the medieval, offering a potpourri of history, culture, attractions, and nightlife. And you’ll have time to experience it all with the Edinburgh Overnight Tour. Travel by open top bus tour down the Royal Mile to visit Holyrood Palace—once home to Mary, Queen of Scots, and her turbulent-ridden reign. Then it’s time to visit Edinburgh Castle, majestically perched atop an ancient volcano in the city’s center. On Day 2, there’s…

Trip Planner London
[February 12, 2015 – 08:36 pm]
Trip Planner London

Visa and entry requirements See entry requirements for England Embassies and consulates Read more about British Embassies and Consulates abroad Australia Australia House, Strand, WC2B 4LA Tel: 020 7379 4334 Canada Macdonald House, ­1 Grosvenor Square, W1X 4AB Tel: 020 7258 6600 Ireland 17 Grosvenor Place, SW1X 7HR Tel: 020 7235 2171 New Zealand 80 Haymarket, SW1Y 4TQ Tel: 020 7930 8422 South Africa South Africa House, Trafalgar Square, WC2N 5DP Tel: 020 7451 7299 United States 24 Grosvenor Square, W1A 1AE. Tel: 020 7499 9 Transport London is served by two major international…

London Paris Brussels Trip
[February 5, 2015 – 06:36 pm]
London Paris Brussels Trip

10. Re: Paris, London, Amsterdam, Brussels Jun 23, 2012, 10:46 AM You do NOT lose a day taking the 90 minute train ride from Paris to Brussels, city centre to city centre with zero check-in! Even Paris to Amsterdam is now only 3 hours 9 minutes, at up to 186 mph. You only need a day to get a feel for Brussels, assuming you don t insist on admiring every painting in every art gallery for 3 hours. But London and Paris both warrant several days. So 5 days London, 5 days Paris, 3 days Brussels & Bruges, 3 days Amsterdam would be fine. If you want to do the circuit (perhaps…

Cheap Flights to London
[September 14, 2013 – 02:18 pm]
Cheap Flights to London

You don’t have to worry about getting your money’s worth on our cheap flights to London. This capital city of jolly old England has everything a traveler could desire. London is the largest city in Europe, and history buffs and culture enthusiasts will never be at a loss with visits to places like St. Paul’s Cathedral or the West End theater district. Since the days of King Arthur, the British have come up with ways to share their heritage. So check out the local color as you shop for antiques on Portobello Road or wash down fish and chips with a pint at a local pub. And don’t…

London round Trip
[February 16, 2013 – 09:42 am]
London round Trip

Cheap Flights to London, United Kingdom London (LON), United Kingdom (UK) is served by five international airports: London Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, City and Luton. Heathrow is the largest and busiest airport in the UK, the busiest in the European Union and the third busiest in the world. It is also the primary hub of many airlines: the national carrier – British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and bmi. Gatwick Airport is the second largest in the country and the world; Stansted the third in the UK, while London City and Luton airports are the fourth and fifth busiest respectively…

London Trips
[August 11, 2012 – 06:27 am]
London Trips

The capital of the United Kingdom and its most populous city, London is a cultural, political, and financial hub. The city is preparing to host the Summer Olympics in 2012. An extensive public transportation system makes it easy to get around. Visit the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. Also be sure to check out the original Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, which opened over 200 years ago. Where to Play For breathtaking views of the city, take a ride on the London Eye over the River Thames. You can see St. Paul’s Cathedral, Buckingham Palace, and Westminster Abbey. In Central London…