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London, the capital of the United Kingdom, is one of the most legendary cities on Earth! Consistently reaching the top of the “most powerful”, “most desirable”, “most visited” and many other lists, the City of London cannot and should not be ignored!

With the world’s busiest city airport system never resting and never sleeping, London enjoys a constant stream of visitors from every corner of the world. 

It is funny to think that this grand city started as a Roman colony almost 2000 years ago! As the capital of the province of Britannia, Londinium prospered as long as the Empire did. After the Roman Empire fell from grace, Londinium also became unimportant and forgotten – but only for a time.

London’s grand comeback came with the Vikings and the Danelaw! Refounded by Alfred the Great, the City of London quickly became the largest city in England, and one of the largest cities in Europe. Since then, the importance of London was unwavering across history! Even when the English government moved around from time to time, London remained the biggest, grandest, and most prospering city of the country. Two tragedies tried to destroy the city – the Great Plague followed by the Great Fire of 1666, and World War II. Neither managed to break the spirit of Londoners, who rebuilt their city even more beautiful than before the fire or bombings.

Many of the British icons reside in London. The famous Tower of London was built by William the Conqueror and remains one of the most recognizable elements of British culture. There is even a famous urban legend/prophecy stating that once the ravens living there leave, the Tower will fall, and with it, the United Kingdom! Shrouded in ghost stories and legends, the Tower is an important cultural and historical landmark that attracts countless visitors every year. Make sure to see it before the crows fly away! 

You also cannot give London justice without mentioning the famous Hyde Park, which became a symbol of free speech across the world.

London was home to many famous people! You probably heard about many of them. This is where the career of William Shakespeare bloomed. Immortal icons of music Elton John and David Bowie both were proud Londoners! Movies wouldn’t be the same without Alfred Hitchcock and Charlie Chaplin. Dracula and Saruman will be remembered with the face of Sir Christopher Lee. There are thousands of Londoners who changed the world forever in all aspects of life.

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Bustling airport, very modern and spacious. Everywhere looks clean and well kept.

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Excellent service. All timings as promised. Very reliable.

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Dominic
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The 3 tours we booked were all fantastic. All of the drivers provided a first class experience on the day. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. I would book again.

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Chris M.
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Easy to book, drivers arrived on time, well priced, glad we used them, made the transfers hassle free.

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You can’t talk too long about London without mentioning Big Ben. Known also as Elizabeth Tower and Clock Tower, it is one of the most recognizable elements of London. Because of this, it’s often used in movies to make sure you know where the characters are! The legendary bells of Big Ben have been silent for the past few years due to renovations. Make sure to not miss them when they start ringing again in 2021! 

Big Ben is one of London’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites, but not the only one! London UNESCO Sites include Tower of London, Maritime Greenwich, Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, and Westminster! There are only a select few places in the world that can boast as many Heritage Sites as London does. You should give those a look when you come to visit!

However, what attracts the most tourists in London is neither of those. It is also not the London Eye, nor the Buckingham Palace or world-famous Madame Tussauds. With almost 6 million visitors every year, British Museum reigns supreme, with only Tate Modern art gallery being able to challenge its dominance. When visiting, you simply cannot miss them – there is a reason why they remain one of the most desired tourist attractions in the world!

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There are six airports in London: Luton, Stansted, Heathrow, Southend, Gatwick, and City Airport. The best airport to choose is either City Airport or Heathrow – they are the closest and best connected to the city. The single best way to get to your destination from the airport is to schedule a private door to door airport transfer. This way, you can dodge all the inconveniences of public transport, do not have to be afraid of predatory drivers trying to scam you out of your money, and don’t have to worry about anything!

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When visiting London, you should see British Museum and Tate Modern. The iconic Big Ben and London Tower are also a must to see. If you are a fan of was figures, Madame Tussauds has its home here. Maritime Greenwich and Royal Botanic Gardens are wonderful treats for anyone interested in botany and science. To get the best shot of London, try to reach the top of Londons’ Eye!

Some of the most interesting things to see within a day of London include Stonehenge, Oxford, Bath, Canterbury, Stratford-upon-Avon and many others! If you wish so, you might even take a quick break to visit Paris!

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