Travel and Accommodation in London

London is a vibrant city full of interesting museums, cool bars and amazing places to dine out. However, like with any city, it can all be a bit overwhelming.

A good place to start is VisitLondon‘s website.

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Getting from the airport to Central London

London has five major airports, and there are lots of airport transfer options to suit all budgets. See all the options for airport transfers in London.

  • London Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted airports have dedicated express train services into central London.
  • London Heathrow and City airports are directly connected to the Tube network.
  • National Express, Easybus and Greenline coach transfers run 24 hours a day and start as low as £2 when booked in advance.

Hop on “the Tube” – London’s Underground public transport system

Devised in 1933 by Harry Beck, the London Underground map is a 20th-century design classic. It’s very useful, clearly indicating the general directions used to designate trains (north, south, east or westbound), and with all interchanges clearly shown.

You can download a free PDF map of the London Tube here –> Travel Maps.

Best bites in London

There are many incredible places for breakfast, lunch, dinner, light bites and big meals in London. TimeOut has an excellent guide sorted by price range and food type.

This is where you should answer the most common questions prospective customers might have. It’s a good idea to cover things like your return policy, product warranty info, shipping and returns, etc. Check out the examples below.


What’s your return policy?

Return any of our products–no questions asked–within 30 days of purchase. We even pay return shipping.


Do you ship oversees and to P.O. boxes?

Yes, we’ll ship your package anywhere that can accept deliveries.


Do you have customer service?

Of course! Our friendly and knowledgeable customer services reps are available to answer your questions 24/7/365.