Plan your Trip to London
Planning your holiday to London should be a fun time, researching all the various destinations and attractions and deciding where you want to visit. The team from London guide have spent years exploring the British capital and this guide will help take the struggle out of planning your trip.
When Should I visit London
The first thing you need to decide when planning your trip is when you would like to visit. This can be decided by your availability of holidays, if you have kids then school holidays obviously becomes the best option. If you hate the cold and rain then knowing the weather in London during different seasons can help (Hint: it can be cold and rainy !!). London is the most visited city in the world so it doesn’t matter what time of year you go it will always be crowded, that said avoid public holidays and English school holidays where possible.back to menu ↑
How do I get to London
Getting to London from Australia is very easy, flights leave regularly from every capital city and Perth even offers a direct flight to London. If you are visiting London as part of a wider European Holiday then you could be arriving into London by different means of transport. Flights from Europe arrive every hour at different London Airports, buses arrive from Europe and around the rest of the United Kingdom. Since the channel tunnel opened getting to and from London by train is possible, and the Eurostar takes just under 2 1/2 hours door to door from Paris to London and is a very comfortable and reliable service. You can also get to the rest of Europe using connecting trains from Paris, Brussels or Amsterdam .back to menu ↑
The attractions are the reason you are visiting London in the first place and the city doesn’t disappoint, around every corner you see another one of the amazing sights. You will never forget the first time you see the amazing Big Ben and House of Parliament that you have seen in so many movies and TV shows. You will love Buckingham Palace and the pomp and pageantry of the Changing of the Guard even if you are a Republican.
We hope you enjoy planning for your London trip whether it is your first or 20th time you have visited the British Capital.