Landing in London Heathrow Airport propels a traveller into the world’s third busiest airport in the world. From there, you can either take the Heathrow Express into London itself or take the Tube, alighting at Piccadilly Station. There are taxis, private hires, minicabs and coaches available as alternative transport as well.
The number one attraction that is a must see is the iconic Tower Bridge – commonly mistaken for the less impressive actual London Bridge. The Tower Bridge is close to the Tower of London, itself an iconic symbol of The Big Smoke.
If you are up for world-class museums, London boasts the Victoria and Albert Museum, The British Museum, The Natural History Museum, The Science Museum and The National Gallery. The best thing is, entrance to these museums is absolutely free!
No trip to London is complete without taking a stroll around Westminster – Big Ben, the London Eye, Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace are all within walking distance here.