London useful information to help you plan your vacation
The most useful hints, tips, and advice for a London trip
How to see the best of London, whether you have half a day or a full week
Airfares, airports, train stations, and buses into London, plus all the London cruise ports
From the Tube (Underground, or subway) and the bus (double decker or otherwise) to taxis, shared "Boris" bikes, and other transportation options in London
Tourist information offices, guidebooks, maps, and more
Typical prices and costs in London faced by visitors and tourists
General safety info, hospitals and pharmacies, emergency numbers, pickpockets, and more
Getting to the U.K. and getting around Britain: trains, planes, rental cars, low-cost airlines and long-distance coaches
Tourist information, guidebooks, maps, tips for niche groups (students, LGBT, seniors, disabled, etc.), and more
From travel speciality clothes and gear to bags and currency converters
Keeping in touch while traveling—Cellphones and Skype, mail and roaming fees, and how to call to, from, and within the U.K.
From credit cards, cash, and ATMS to VAT refunds, travelers checks, and customs limits
All those boring but necessary travel details: passports, entry visas, trip insurance, health insurance, customs regulations, and all the other super-fun pre-trip preparations
From emergency numbers and hospitals to pickpockets and general safety issues
The GDP of London is larger than that of Sweden or Belgium.