Overloaded with thrilling experiences and relish worthy cuisines, London is a city which is a hit among people all around the globe! It is a go-to place for people looking for a rich experience in almost every aspect. You may get tired attending the neverending events hosted here but the events won't stop popping up in front of you! From Art galleries to authentic restaurants, from breathtaking Museums to historic buildings, from beautiful markets to interesting walking tours, London will keep you thrilled and spellbound. It is also one of the megacities of the world. Situated on River Thames, the capital of the UK was founded by the Romans around 50 AD. The city has taken many tolls since its inception. London is the largest city not only in the UK but in the entire EU. No doubt it is so full of events and experiences. It is also a global financial and education hub, attracting scores of skilled workers and students from across the world. Apart from that, London is also famously cosmopolitan, with more than 300 languages reportedly being spoken in the city. With its magnificent historic buildings, fabulous museums, world-class restaurants, and shopping centers, London will cast a spell on any traveler.
Buses, trains, trams, Emirates Air Line cable car, London taxis, London Underground, Docklands Light Railway, London River-Bus services.
Cleanliness: High; Efficiency: High
Adults: 1.5 GBP (irrespective of the distance)
Children: Free if below 11 years of age
*You have to use Oyster card or debit/credit cards to travel on buses as cash is not accepted.
London Underground (tube)
Adult: 4.9 GBP for a single journey ticket in zone 1. If you have an Oyster card, it will cost 2.4 GBP
Child: Free if below 11 years of age
Black cab taxis
3.00 GBP (minimum fare). Prices vary according to time of the day
Adults: 2.6 GBP for a single journey ticket
Adults: 1.5 GBP with an Oyster Card
Children: Free for Children below10 years of age.
There are also one-day and monthly tram-bus passes. One day tram and bus pass will cost 5 GBP
Boat (Thames Clippers)
Adults: Prices vary from 4.8 GBP to 10 GBP for a single journey for tickets purchased at offices and machines
Children: Free if less than 5 years of age
Adults: Prices vary from 4.1 GBP to 9.0 GBP for a single journey
Children: Free if less than 5 years of age
Emirates Air Line
Emirates Air Line is a cable car that links Royal Docks with North Greenwich.
Adults: 3.5 GBP
Children: 1.7 GBP
Child: Free for children under 5
Renting cycles is a healthy, eco-friendly, and efficient way to see London. Bikes cost 2 GBP for 24 hours and you can make as many journeys as possible. Longer journeys cost 2 GBP for each extra 30 min.
The Oyster card is a smart card and it is an absolute must if you want to a hassle-free commute. It is valid on the entire London public transport system. And the benefits? Discounts and freedom from standing in queues. You can top them up at any station.
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|Water Bottle||USD 1.29|
|Cup of Coffee||USD 3.86|
|Milk Carton Pack||USD 1.29|
|White Bread||USD 1.29|
|Eggs (12)||USD 2.57|
|Combo Meal||USD 7.72|
|Fine Dining||USD 64.33|
|Bottle of Coke or Pepsi||USD 1.29|
|Domestic Beer||USD 6.43|
|Imported Beer||USD 6.43|
|Bottle of Wine||USD 10.29|
|Cigarettes (20 Pack)||USD 14.15|
|Taxi ( 1 km )||USD 3.86|
|Ticket in local transport (Single way).||USD 3.86|
|Rent ( One Bed Room)||USD 2228.53|
With dozens of fabulous nightclubs, pubs, and bars catering to every possible taste, you can dance and drink the night away; London’s reputation for having great nightlife is well-deserved. XOYO, KOKO, Ministry of Sound, and Fabric combine foot-thumping music with amazing drinks. Jazz Cafe is a great place to enjoy live music and good food. London is also full of fantastic pubs where you can savor some really terrific ale and beer. There are karaoke bars for those fancying some singing skills and burlesque clubs for people seeking racy entertainment. All in all, London is the perfect place to enjoy some of the best nights of your life!
British Museum: One of the finest museums in the world, the British Museum was opened in 1759 and holds priceless cultural treasures.
London Eye: Standing as tall as 135 meters, the London Eye is Europe’s tallest cantilever bridge. Stunning views guaranteed!
Tower of London: A World Heritage Site, the tower is actually a castle that has, over the years, been used for various purposes, including as an armory, treasury, Royal Mint. It also hosts the British Crown Jewels.
Palace of Westminster: The home of two houses of British Parliament – House of Commons and House of Lords.
Royal Botanical Garden (Kew Gardens): Another World Heritage Site, the Kew contains some of the most spectacular and diverse collections of plant species in the world.
Victoria and Albert Museum: Founded in 1852, the V&A houses one of the world’s largest collection of art and artifacts.
Buckingham Palace: A major London landmark, the palace is the home of the British monarch.
Tower Bridge: One of the icons of London, the suspension bridge over River Thames was built between 1886 and 1894.
Hyde Park: Established in the 16th century, Hyde Park is a beautiful park located in central London.
West End Theatre: A trip to the West End Theatre is a must, for people interested in theatre.
The Shard: The 95-story building is Europe’s tallest skyscraper.
Piccadilly Circus: One of London’s prime attractions, it is a busy road junction and close to important shopping destinations.
London Transport Museum: Established in 1980, the museum is dedicated to the history of London transport industry.
London Zoo: Established in 1828, the zoo contains an amazing collection of animals.
Madame Tussauds: A museum containing wax statues of famous personalities, Madame Tussauds is a big draw with tourists.
Heathrow International Airport - LHR
Gatwick - LGW
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