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The capital and largest city of England and the UK, which grew on the River Thames, is one of the most multicultural, influential and visited cities in the world. The city's rich history spanning more than two thousand years has resulted in many world-famous buildings, the best-known of which are Big Ben, the Tower Bridge and St Paul's Cathedral, some excellent museums and galleries, and spacious parks and gardens. London is home to some of the greatest writers, musicians and movie stars, and, of course, also home to the Queen of England.

Weather averages in October

  • Day 16°C
  • Night 10°C
  • Rain 10

The capital and largest city of England and the UK, which grew on the River Thames, is one of the most multicultural, influential and visited cities in the world. The city's rich history spanning more than two thousand years has resulted in many world-famous buildings, the best-known of which are Big Ben, the Tower Bridge and St Paul's Cathedral, some excellent museums and galleries, and spacious parks and gardens. London is home to some of the greatest writers, musicians and movie stars, and, of course, also home to the Queen of England.

Weather averages in October

  • Day 16°C
  • Night 10°C
  • Rain 10

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A Magnificent Capital

London is one of the world's most visited cities and, according to many, also one of the most beautiful ones. This amazing metropolis offers virtually everything – a rich history, outstanding sights, an unbeatable music scene, the finest restaurants, fantastic nightlife and much more. London, where old and traditional walk hand in hand with all things new and modern, is definitely a city to come back to time and again as there is always something new and exciting to discover. Although it is a large city, it has an efficient public transport system that allows locals and visitors alike to get from one part of the city to another in no time. Many world-famous sights testify to the city's long and colourful history – the Tower of London, Big Ben, the Westminster Abbey, St. Paul's Cathedral, the Tower Bridge are just some of the must-see ones.

 

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To enjoy a panoramic view of the city, take a ride on the London Eye, one of the city’s newer landmarks, or go up to the viewing platform on the 69th floor of the Shard. And if you'd like to see many famous people in one place and take pictures with them, head to the popular Madame Tussauds wax museum, where you can meet the British royal family up close, and then visit their official residence, the Buckingham Palace, to see the famous changing of the guard.

This amazing metropolis offers virtually everything – a rich history, outstanding sights, an unbeatable music scene, the finest restaurants, fantastic nightlife and much more.

For art and culture enthusiasts, a must-see place to visit are London's numerous cultural institutions, many of which are free. Visit the British Museum, the most visited museum in the whole of England, head to the Victoria and Albert Museum to see the collections of applied arts and decorative arts, or explore the contemporary art scene at Tate Modern. Take time to wander around London's many different areas that are just as diverse as the people. Head to the markets, go to a pub during the day, experience the lively nightlife, see a theatrical performance and head to one of the many green parks on a sunny day with a picnic basket.

Sights in London

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Buckingham Palace

The official home of the British royal family in London since 1837.

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Big Ben

The 16-storey Gothic clock tower is a national symbol located in the eastern part of the Houses of Parliament.

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The London Eye

This 136 -metre-high Ferris wheel offers stunning panoramic views of the city during its 30-minute rotation.

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Piccadilly Circus

A roundabout illuminated with colourful neon signs.

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Tower Bridge

The drawbridge over the River Thames is located next to the famous Tower of London.

Airports

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London Heathrow

Heathrow Airport in London is the busiest airport in the UK and Europe. You can travel to central London by train, underground (Tube), bus or taxi. The distance to London city centre is 27 kilometres and the ride by car takes 45 minutes.

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London Gatwick

London Gatwick Airport is one of the busiest airports in Europe. The airport has good rail links to London and Brighton. The distance from the airport to central London is 47 kilometres and the car ride takes 55 minutes.

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London City

London City Airport has the most convenient location of all London airports and is especially popular with business travellers. The distance from the airport to central London is 14 kilometres. The car ride to the city centre takes 30 minutes.

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London Southend

London Southend Airport is the fastest growing airport in the UK. The distance from the airport to central London is 68 kilometres. You can travel to and from the airport by train or car. The ride to central London takes 80 minutes.

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London Luton

Luton Airport is London’s fourth largest airport. It is an international airport located 1.5 km east of Luton town centre and 55 km from central London. You can travel between London city centre and the airport by train or bus. A car ride to central London takes 70 minutes.

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