Mar 3, 2020 - Mar 4, 2020
2 adults - 1 room
This earth, this realm, this England, and the city of London is it’s most significant metropolitan center and cultural hub as well as a globally significant transportation and economic center. This is an ancient city, with a history of human settlement that goes well back into antiquity and even predates the era of Roman conquest. Even then, when it was known as Londinium, visitors and tourists would flock to this village on the River Thames to see the unique sights, festivals, and landmarks. This is an expensive city, as the locals will be happy to tell you, but thanks to the choices available for accommodation, food, and entertainment, you can still see London on a relatively tight budget.
A major player on the world stage, London hosts a number of internationally renowned events and conferences, is home to several famous landmarks, and has no less than four major international airports within the city limits. The most popular sites in London tend to be historic or cultural, and many of these are juxtaposed against a contemporary metropolitan cityscape.
Accommodation in the city is equally eclectic, and despite London’s reputation as an expensive city in which to live, finding a place to lay your head isn’t at all expensive.
Oh the views,the smell,the colours,the history,the monuments,the people.Its London,what more do I say!Go see it if it's the last thing you do!
Flying out of Heathrow is fab-food, shopping and people watching. Going through customs there sucks
Something for everyone. Don’t just go to the center the best bits are hidden a little way out.
It was so beautiful! Everything there wasn’t crazy expensive either so you will be able to no spend too much. Also, the public transportations amazing! You’ll be able to get everywhere without a car.