Explore the enchanting London, and its multicultural character
Get ready to get to know the city with its many identities, the place where every kind of visitor is enchanted, as the things you can see and do cater to all tastes. From walks in the lush Hyde Park with squirrels, shopping in the commercial heart of the city on Oxford Street, to wandering around Notting Hill that will make you feel like you are in a 90s movie, London will never cease to amaze you.
Start with a walk along the Thames where London attractions will emerge one by one. Cross the London Bridge and admire the London Eye and the Royal Tower, head to the famous Big Ben and make a stop at Buckingham Palace where if you are lucky you can watch the impressive change of the Royal Guard.
You can not travel to the British capital, the capital of art and science and not visit some of its museums. Travel to other cultures and eras, enchant yourself with London's artistic culture with a visit to the Natural History Museum, the British Museum, the Tate Museum and of course the famous Madame Tussauds wax museum.
The gastronomy in London
Tastes from all over the world London offers to its visitors. Start with some traditional dishes such as fish and chips and sticky toffee pudding, as you can not miss a taste of your favorite English food, and then take a trip to the world's culinary delights. Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Indian and Thai are some of the cuisines you can try.
The best season to visit London
London is a city that you can visit all year round. However, in the spring and summer months, the weather is more favorable (May-September).
How to move around London
Transfer from/to London
In London you can travel by air with direct flights from Thessaloniki or Athens all year round. Arriving at Heathrow International Airport, you can take a taxi or subway to the city center.
London is a city with organized and regular transport. The use of the metro is the most common mode of transportation and the price of the ticket depends on the transportation zone you choose.
Using the famous "red double decker buses" is another way to get around. All routes cost the same, as there is also the possibility of issuing a daily pass, or a multi-route card.
You can also travel by London black taxis, as a slightly more expensive option.