London is the capital city of England and the United Kingdom, and it's famous for its diverse mix of cultures, vast array restaurants and shops, variety of architectural styles, fashion and economy.
Popular attractions in London
The National Theatre, Tate Modern, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre are just some of the landmarks on the riverside. Other attractions include London Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, London St Paul's Cathedral, Tower of London, London Westminster Abbey, London Eye, Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square & Covent Garden.
London Tube, railway, bus and taxi services
The public transportation system in London revolves around the London Underground. The network of 12 lines can get you to almost anywhere quickly, but delays on the London Tube are not uncommon. TfL or Transport for London's currently operates rail services on six routes in London. If you want detailed information about rail services in London, covering timetables, fares and network maps you can visit their website. There are many train stations throughout the city, and the most famous are Waterloo, Paddington, King's Cross and Saint Pancras.
If you prefer to travel by bus, there are over 6,800 London buses that operate on over 700 different routes.
There are two types of taxi services in London. The famous London Black Cab service and their drivers have earned the reputation for providing the best taxi service in the world, but they are also the most expensive option. The second type of taxi is a private hire taxi that must book it in advance.
Arrange transfer from London airports
London has five international airports: London Heathrow and Gatwick in the south, London City in the east, Stansted and Luton in the north of London. Over 175 million passengers have travelled via the five London Airports.
Gatwick Airport is another major international airport, located 47.5 km from Central London. It has over 45 million passing passengers and consists of two terminals, the North Terminal and the South Terminal. Gatwick is accessible by train, bus and airport taxis. You can also travel to and from Gatwick by a private airport transfer.
London Heathrow is the busiest in the UK, carrying over 72 million passengers and 1.4 million tonnes of cargo each year. Heathrow has four operating terminals that provide a wide range of facilities including services for disabled travellers.
Public transport to and from Heathrow is reliable and frequent. There are plenty of airport taxis, bus routes and regular trains, including the Heathrow Express. Your other alternative is by hiring a private airport transfer. City Airport Taxis offers airport transfers to London's city centre and other famous locations. Some of the are SW7 South Kensington, W1 Mayfair, W1 Oxford Street and WC1 Bloomsbury.
Our service includes a meet and greet at the arrivals gate by an English-speaking driver, free cancellation, free updates and flight monitoring for delays. We also offer different types of vehicles that you can choose from depending on the number of passengers and amount of luggage.
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