United Kingdom

Welcome to London


A city full of contrasts, London is one of the most diverse and exciting cities in the world. It simultaneously wears a royal crown and a punk mohawk. It’s districts traverse the spectrum from the historic Westminster to the cutting-edge Shoreditch. It’s distinguished, yet also open to the latest trends; reverent, yet also liberal. The English capital buzzes with life and is comfortable living it up in a mini-skirt, while also treating its institutions and traditions as sacrosanct. It retains a multi-faceted identity where Royal Ascot thoroughbreds, the hallowed grass courts of Wimbledon and quidditch matches at the Harry Potter studios coexist in perfect harmony.

On the banks of the mysterious Thames, a wave of mist plunges you into an atmosphere worthy of a tale of Sherlock Holmes, and the imposing Palace of Westminster rises up before you. The bustling City is just a stone’s throw away, as is the elegant St Paul’s Cathedral and the enthusiastic debates at the House of Parliament, which the unflappable Big Ben seems to watch over with a unwavering eye. For many years, the tower and its clock have displayed a very British placidity, not unlike that of the waxworks of Madame Tussauds.

Travelling along the river, the city shows off its historic side at the Tower of London, a fortified jewellery box recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Further on, the huge millennium wheel, the London Eye, and the glass and steel skyscraper, the Shard, opposite the legendary London Bridge, remind us that the city has firm foundations in modern times. Covent Garden, which blossoms in the shadow of Westminster Abbey, along with the lively streets of Notting Hill - now the ultimate weekend destination for chic bohemians - bear witness to a vibrant heritage.
Among cool, hip and groovy Londoners, Shoreditch is THE place to be, with its explosion of colour and façades decorated by street artists. Trendy restaurants and bars, hip designers and quirky shops live side by side to create as an exhilarating shopping and café experience as any that Piccadilly Circus might have to offer, where London’s main roads converge.
Between Soho and Mayfair, the exclusive designer labels of Bond Street and Regent Street respond to the elegant brands of Oxford Street, and the department stores join the battle of “who can offer more” which began last century: Harrods or Selfridges, which will you choose?
When you decide to set aside your shopping bags and explore a museum or two, history lovers can choose between the three London sites of the Imperial War Museum, not forgetting a visit to Trafalgar Square. If Egyptology or Antiquity is more your passion then head to the British Museum, a true cradle of knowledge that you’ll never finish exploring.
Interested in modern art? Then make sure to visit the short-lived London Art Fair or the industrial Tate Modern, where you can enjoy a daring programme combining unmissable masterpieces and the next big thing. If you fancy large-scale exhibitions on a range of different themes, the Victoria and Albert Museum looks forward to the Fashion Weeks to remind us all of the English capital’s place in the fashion world.
The new hub for fine food, London is welcoming a new generation of high-flying chefs, serving up an uninhibited gastronomic experience. Arriving from all four corners of the globe to get involved in London’s daring new scene, they are encouraging the more established and well-known chefs to take the elegant sophistication of their dishes one step further. When Sunday morning arrives, forget about brunch and give in to the temptation of the Sunday roast - a stylish, laid-back staple you can enjoy in a local gastropub pub or a trendy restaurant. The dynamic energy of the city can almost make you dizzy! When you’re ready for a more peaceful escape, make sure to visit Greenwich, the southeastern London port famous for its Meridian, to reset your watch before you head home … or to start your London adventure all over again.

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When to go

London is great city to visit all year around, since it offers a temperate climate without extremes of temperatures. However, the best time to visit is from April to November, when the temperatures are warmer with an average minimum of 10° Celsius.
While the average annual rainfall is not that high in London compared with other cities around the world, the actual number of rainy days is very high. Rainfall is generally at its highest from October to January.


  • Jan

    London Art Fair, late January

  • Feb

    London Fashion Weekend, late February

  • Mar

    Oxford and Cambridge boat race, mid-March

  • Apr

    Virgin Money London Marathon, late April

  • May

    RHS Chelsea Flower Show, late May

  • Jun

    London Festival of Architecture, all June

  • Jul

    Wimbledon Tennis Open, late-June to early July

  • Aug

    Classical music at BBC Proms, late-July to early September

  • Sep

    London Design Festival, late September

  • Oct

    Frieze Art Fair, mid to late October

  • Nov

    Taste of London food festival, late November

  • Dec

    Christmas Festival at Royal Albert Hall, mid to late December

Transportation is very easy to organise in London and includes a wide range of methods of transportation, including: local cabs, private car services, rental car, tube, trains, buses, bikes and river ferries along the Thames.
Transport for London (TfL) operates more than 24 million weekday trips, mainly from 5:00am to 00:30am, including:
London Underground (Tube): 11 colour-coded underground lines and 270 stations.
Buses, 700 routes, 8.000 buses and 19.000 bus stops.
Barclays Cycle Hire, a public bike hire offering 10.000 bikes for hire and 700 docking stations.
London River Services is a great alternative to the tube or buses to discover London via the River Thames.
A single fare on the London Underground costs £2.90 and a bus fare costs £1.50.
Buying an Oyster smart card is the best and cheapest way to travel around London. The Oyster Travelcard comes with a pre-loaded credit value to cover the cost of your travel around the city.
Keep in mind that when driving in London, you must drive on the left side of the road.

According to the Transport Department, there are 22.000 taxis in London and more than 67.000 licensed private hire vehicle drivers.
London's black cabs can be hailed on the street, found at taxi ranks or booked in advance through a London taxi company.
The initial charge is £2,40 and each additional 126 meters is £0,20. Some additional charges may apply.
Tip of 10 to 15% are not included.
Credit card and debit cards are usually accepted, with an additional charge.

There are five major airports in London:
- Heathrow International Airport, where the majority of trans-Atlantic and long haul flights arrive.
- Gatwick and London City for European flights.
- Stansted and Luton, mainly dedicated to low-cost carrier flights.
Metered taxis are available and private transfers can be arranged at the airports.
By cab between Heathrow and London Paddington, expect a 45 minutes journey to cost a minimum of £65 (depending upon traffic and the time of day). The Heathrow Express train takes only 15 minutes from the airport to London's Paddington, costing approximately £21.50 for a one-way ticket. Gatwick Express is also very convenient when travelling between Gatwick Airport and London Victoria, where this 30 minutes journey costs £17.70 for a one-way fare.

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