London - Definitive guide
Get on one of the world-famous, iconic red double-deckers and explore the city on a London bus.
With 14 lines between Tube, Overground and DLR services, 272 stations, and 402 kilometres (250 miles) in length, London has one of the…
Oyster card & contactless payment method
Oyster cards and contactless payment methods are the most common ways to pay for public transport journeys in London
World-famous for their quality, comfort, and their drivers’ unparalleled knowledge of London streets, London taxis are an elegant and…
Travel passes, cards and tariffs
The differences between Travelcards, Oyster cards, and contactless payment methods can seem confusing. Here you will find the…
An unlimited pass for all your public transport journeys in London. Choose your zones and the duration, and travel as much as you want.
Getting around in London
Getting a clear idea of the available transport options and the extensive transport network is essential in navigating the city during…
How to get to London from Heathrow Airport
The biggest and busiest airport in London, Heathrow Airport, is extremely well connected to the city and offers plenty of services to…
How to get to London from Stansted Airport
Although quite small, London Stansted is one of the busiest airports in the UK, serving as the main airport for European flights in…
Natural History Museum
Gigantic skeletons, spectacular life-size models, and some of the most intact fossils ever found. This is London’s Natural History…
One of the most famous and appreciated parks in London, Hyde Park is a historical and cultural landmark in the city, as well as a local…
One of the most important and largest museums in the world, the British Museum, is an unmissable visit when in London. Expect thousands…
The most famous junction in London, Piccadilly Circus is a major meeting point and tourist attraction, thanks to its architecture,…
The UK Houses of Parliament, formally known as Westminster Palace, is one of the most iconic landmarks of London. A building with a…
One of London’s most popular attractions and landmarks, the London Eye is a giant Ferris Wheel and panoramic viewpoint.
One of the most relevant museums in London, the National Gallery, holds hundreds of major masterpieces of western painting.
The Tate Modern is an unmissable stop in London’s museum scene, holding nearly 70,000 artworks of contemporary and modern art.
Victoria and Albert Museum
5,000 years of decorative arts and design are housed in over 12.5 acres of Victorian and modern buildings at the Victoria and Albert…
Famous for its eccentric vibe and alternative style, Camden Town is home to one of London’s most well-known markets, the Camden Lock,…
A beautiful neo-classical covered market, theatres, museums, and pubs, all within a few minutes walking of one another in Covent…
Always lively, colourful, and buzzing, London’s Chinatown is one of the city’s coolest neighbourhoods and a must-visit for all…
Historical pubs, live-music venues, polished cocktail bars, dance clubs, and all sorts of outlandish venues, London is ready to welcome…
Saving Money while visiting London
All the big and little ways in which you can make your stay in London a bit less gruelling on your wallet.
The London Pass, a multi-day digital pass lets you explore dozens of monuments, museums, and attractions, as well as book organised…
Half price admissions for you and your travel partner at all the most important London attractions with all National Rail tickets
Weather in London
Find out what the weather is like in London in every season and discover the best activities for your visit.
Currency and cash in London
Our guidelines on spending and handling money when visiting London. With details on how to exchange your currency and the best ways to…
Travel Documents for London
With the United Kingdom out of the EU, there are different requirements, documents, and papers needed to travel to London, UK,…
Shopping in London
Pop-up street markets, small vintage shops, gourmet stalls, or large department stores, London has it all.
What and where to eat in London
A true melting pot of culinary practices and influences, London is offers a nearly infinite choice in terms of food
Prices and spending in London
London is one of the most expensive destinations in Europe. Learn all about how to budget spending for your visit as best as possible.