The pages within this travel guide are designed to help you plan a great trip to London. They make it easy to find the best deals on airfare, accommodation, insurance, and more, as well as how to how to get around town and save money while sightseeing.
Links to central London hotels and hostels, as well as airport-adjacent hotels.
Airfare to London
One of the biggest considerations people make when deciding on taking a trip can be the price of the plane ticket. Use BoostnAll’s ticket finder to get the cheapest flight possible for your chosen schedule.
London Travel Deals
There are a lot of travel deals out there combining flights and hotels over a set period of stay. Check in this section for some of the latest deals that can really save you money.
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Heritage Pass and London Pass
It’s well known London isn’t the cheapest place to visit: hotels, transport, and eating out will all quickly work their way through your travel budget. Fortunately, these two passes can help you save a decent amount of money on sightseeing. The London Pass is available for 1 to 6 days and can be combined with a trasportation-discount Oyster Pass. The Heritage Pass from VisitBritain offers discounted entry into almost 600 of the UK’s Heritage sites.
Britain has eight national public holidays. The weeks surrounding public holidays are usually busy times for tourist attractions, as schools tend to build their breaks around them.
Since the 19th century, Britain has had a railway network stretching to all parts of the country. London has 10 major rail terminus serving this network (and 34 others), including St. Pancras International, the home of the Eurostar.
London has some of the world’s greatest sports stadiums. Football is king, but there are other great locations to watch sports like cricket, rugby or tennis.
London has one of the most extensive public transport systems of any major city in the world, as well as one of Europe’s most skilled taxi services. Use these links to learn more about using buses, Underground Tube trains, cabs and more, as well as driving in and around London.
No matter what you think you know about travel insurance, it’s worth taking a look at the links here and getting a quote before taking your next trip to London.