Airline tickets to London

Approximate flight time to London: 3 h. 50 min.

Airlines flying Moscow Moscow: Air Scandinavian Airlines, British Airways, LOT Polish Airlines, Bmi Airlines, Air Baltic, Lufganza.

Airports departure to London: Sheremetyevo, Domodedovo.

Airports transfers on the flight to London: Arlanda, Copenhagen, F. Chopin (okecie), Riga, Frankfurt international.

 

Prices for airline tickets to London:

 

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Airline tickets to London

London is the capital of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the largest city in the British Isles is also one of the largest cities in Europe. It has about eight million inhabitants. Modern London is a large international center, a wonderful world that can be seen first in the airplane window, marveling at the Thames tape and the beauty of the bridges that were built.

London Attractions:

It is in London that such world-famous landmarks as Big Ben, the voice of London are located, show the time from 1859, or Tower Fortress, also St. Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey and others.

More than 300 museums and galleries represent cultural London. Everything can be found in these museums: from ancient ruins to the artistic values ​​of the last five centuries, including postmodernism. Due to the unique history of the capital, many subtle aspects of traditional European life are found at every turn.

London is one of the oldest and largest cities in Europe. It has always been considered the artistic, cultural, and creative center of the world. And today the city is known for its multicultural vibrant atmosphere. Its unique restaurants, clubs, trendy shops, hotels and, most importantly, people enliven the historic center of London. No wonder Newsweek magazine called it «the coolest city on the planet with a great variety of attractions.»

London is located in the southeast of England, along the River Thames. With a population of about 7 million, this city has been considered one of the largest in Europe since the 17th century. In the XIX century, London became the center of a prosperous and wealthy British Empire. Despite a small (compared to other capitals of the world) population, London remains the most important global financial and cultural center in our day.

By European standards, London, which has grown over the years, has no definite point around which the city is expanding. It consists of once small villages that surrounded the capital, and now are inside it. But, nevertheless, these areas still retain their individuality. The historical image of London is defined by its past, for example, by some of its buildings and institutions that are at least 2000 years old. But at the same time, the capital of Great Britain is a modern and fashionable city, which is attractive for history lovers, fashionistas, and students alike.