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Cheap Flights, Holidays and City Breaks to London, England from Ireland

London is one of the world’s most visited cities in the world, and it has something for everybody. Its’ history, culture, art, superb museums, stunning architecture, royalty, diversity and fantastic shopping makes London a tourist’s playground. We now offer cheap flights, holidays and city breaks to London from Ireland at the best available rates so you can experience all of this for yourself.

London houses some of the most famous and iconic attractions in the world from Big Ben, Buckingham Palace to Tower Bridge. There are so many sights to choose from and enjoy while you are in London. Don’t forget to bring the camera for those special London snaps for the photo album.

Enjoy London’s famous skyline, which continues to evolve on a dramatic scale. The most recent addition was the striking Shard Building. There are numerous places where you can view London’s iconic skyline along the river and it's advisible to view it from a decent height.  

You should also be willing to experience London without spending a penny! London has so many free museums and activities throughout the city and its surrounding areas. They're sure to keep you entertained and amused during your London holiday from Ireland.

London is steeped in history. There is plenty of history present in this picturesque city and it will give you an insight into ancient times. Historical buildings including Tower Bridge (Tower Bridge is the most recognisable bridge in the entire world. It was disliked when it was built in 1894 but it soon became one of London’s most famous landmarks), Buckingham Palace (Buckingham Palace is located in the City of Westminster. Buckingham Palace has been the focus for the British people at times of national rejoicing and crisis) Houses of Parliament (The Houses of Parliament is the seat of Britain’s two parliamentary houses, which were built in 1870. it is known for its iconic clock Tower; Big Ben) and Westminster Abbey (Construction of Westminster Abbey began in 1050 and it spanned eight centuries.

After visiting all these world famous attractions, why not unwind in the extended Hyde Park or ramble through the colourful Camden market.
 
London is a city that has it all. It’s a city full of iconic sights, startling hidden gems, shopping, amazing British culture and the arts as well as five-star dining and once in a lifetime theatre trips.

If you'd like to visit other parts of Great Britain, we also offer cheap Liverpool flights and holidays or you could plan a Valletta holiday during your stay in London.

For cheap flights, holidays and city breaks to London from Dublin, Cork and Shannon, call us today.


Information & Facts

Activities

London Eye Tour

Wembley Stadium Tour

London Thames River Dinner Cruise

London Duck Tour

The Shard London Tour

Wartime London Tour

Climate

London has a temperate oceanic climate, similar to much of southern Britain. Despite its reputation as being a rainy city, London receives less precipitation (with 601 mm (24 in) in a year), than Rome (at 834 mm (33 in)), Bordeaux (at 923 mm (36 in)), Toulouse (at 668 mm (26 in)), and Naples (at 1,006 mm (40 in) per year). Winters are generally chilly to cold with frost usually occurring in the suburbs on average twice a week from November to March. Snow usually occurs about four or five times a year mostly from December to February. Snowfall during March and April is rare but does occur every two or three years. Winter temperatures seldom fall below −4 °C or rise above 14 °C.

Summers are generally warm and sometimes hot, the heat being boosted by the urban heat island effect making the centre of London at times 5 °C warmer than the suburbs and outskirts. London's summer average is 24 °C. On average there are 7 days a year above 30 °C and 2 days a year above 32 °C. Temperatures of 26 °C usually occur on a weekly basis from mid- June to late August.

 

Eating Out

There are tens of thousands of places to eat in London, and millions of options of what you might eat. Enjoy amazing food and great-value restaurants and cafes in London.

If you’re feeling stretched for cash, don’t worry as dining out in London doesn’t have to be a wallet-busting experience. You will be able to choose from eating-out-on-a-budget options for breakfast, lunch and dinner and the best cheap meals in some of London’s top restaurants. 

Getting Around

Greater London is served by 12 Tube lines, along with the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) and an interconnected local train network. Trains generally run between 5am and midnight, Monday to Saturday. Operating hours are reduced on Sunday. Exact details depend on the station and the line, so it's worth checking the Transport for London website.  

London's transport map is divided into six concentric zones with Zones 1 and 2 in Central London and Zones 6-9 covering the outer edge of the capital. You should consider anOyster Card and/or a Travelcard  to get the best fares and beat the queues.

The year 2013 marks the Tube's 150th anniversary and all of London will celebrate this momentous occasion. Visit our page for more about the Tube's 150th birthday events in 2013.

London's famous red buses are a quick, convenient and cheap way to travel around the city, with plenty of sightseeing opportunities along the way. The Central London Bus Guide will be sufficient for most travellers.

Night Buses in London

London's buses run throughout the night. Night bus services cover the period between the close of the Tube and the start of daytime bus services. In addition, many London bus routes run for 24 hours. 

If you're not familiar with the routes, head to Trafalgar Square (the hub for night buses) or check any bus-stop information board. As you'd expect, services are less frequent during the night. Night buses stop on request only: so you'll need to indicate your stop clearly to the driver when boarding or alighting.

London Bus Fares

There is a flat fare throughout the bus network, £1.40 with a pre-pay Oyster Card and £2.40 if you are paying by cash. Travelcards are valid on buses.

Walking in London

Get ready to walk London! Walking is a healthy, free and environmentally-friendly way to get around London. Walking means you can beat the traffic while soaking up the view. 

Travelling within Central London on foot can save time, as many landmark locations are closer to each other than you might think.

Kids Attractions

Kew Gardens

Hyde Park

Duck Tour - The children will be amazed by the Yellow DUKW Crafts that travel both in and out of the water

The original London Sightseeing Tour

Language

English

Money

Pound Sterling

Nightlife

London's vibrant club scene puts the British city on the map as the capital of cool. Super clubs like Ministry of Sound, Fabric and Heaven are among the biggest and best known places to party in the capital. For those of you who prefer a more intimate experience the DJ bars are definitely where it’s at. London has everything for your night out. You will be pleasantly surprised.

Restaurants

If you are searching for that restaurant for an amazing night out in London look no further as London is a gastronomic powerhouse with a high concentration of top restaurants that are owned by world renowned chefs like Jamie Oliver and Gordon Ramsey. From Caribbean curries to the classic British dish, fish and chips, whatever whets your appetite you will be able to find a cuisine that tickles your fancy in the city that has every culinary corner covered.

Shopping

London is one city that is right up there among the best shopping destinations in the world. If it is style, high street shops and boutiques you are searching for, look no further as London has it all. During your thorough inspection of the English capital, you will discover so many top shopping streets and retail districts that are second to none. Make your way to Mayfair where you will find an extravagant load of London’s luxury goods.

Oxford Street, in the heart of London is definitely one street that you certainly have to visit when you are holidaying in London. It is a bustling metropolis with more than 300 shops, designer outlets and famous must see stores.  

 If you have a bit of time, why not visit Covent Garden. It is such an amazing place to visit. You never know you just may find that particular item or that perfect gift for the loved one back home. Happy Shopping!!!!

Sightseeing

London Eye

Big Ben

Tower of London

Buckingham Palace

Tower Bridge

British Museum

Madame Tussauds

Hyde Park

London Zoo

Royal Albert Hall

National History Museum

Trafalgar Square

Palace of Westminster

Camden Market

Borough Market

Kensington Palace

Imperial War Museum

Tate Gallery

Time

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Hilton London Olympia

Built in 1967 and renovated in 2012, the hotel has a total of 405 rooms spread over 8 floors, of which 52 are singles, 205 are doubles, and 11 are suites. It has 24-hour reception, lift access, hotel safe and a bar and restaurant. A business centre and Internet access are also available to guests arriving..
Hilton London Kensington

Completely renovated in 2002, this hotel is one of the top addresses for visitors to London. It offers its guests numerous amenities, including a large air-conditioned entrance hall and reception, lifts, a safe, restaurant and bar, conference room and Internet access. ## Location This elegant, top-class..
Hilton London Tower Bridge

A brand-new hotel set against the backdrop of London's best historical landmark, this contemporary facility has a striking exterior and is ideally situated on the doorstep of The City. This 245-bedroom design hotel offers something different with high-speed wireless Internet access throughout. Guests..
Hilton Paddington

Built in 1854 in a designer style, this 6-storey city hotel comprises a total of 364 rooms. Amongst the facilities count a foyer with a 24-hour reception desk, a safe, a currency exchange facility, a cloakroom and lifts. In addition, there is a hairdresser's salon and a bar. The restaurant invites guests..
Hilton London Paddington Hotel

Set in a magnificent victorian building, and totally refurbished during 2000, this hotel has the added advantage of being close by the heathrow express terminal - heathrow airport in 15 minutes. The stunning interior is in art deco style and offers elegance throughout. An excellent choice of eateries..
Hilton London Metropole (Superior)

Hilton London Metropole is a large 4-star hotel offering contemporary accommodation in the heart of London. It boasts a health club with a small swimming pool and is home to one of Europe's largest events venues.
Hilton Tower Bridge

The hilton tower bridge, as its' name suggests, has very historically famous neighbours with the likes of tower of london and tower bridge. Located on the south bank of the city, this stylish and contemporary hotel is right at the city's doorstep; the financial district of london can be reached within..
Hilton Metropole (I)

This 4 star hotel is located in the city centre of London and was established in 1973. It is close to the Madame Tussauds and the nearest station is Edgware Road.
Hilton Metropole (Superior) (I)

This 4 star hotel is located in the city centre of London and was established in 1973. It is close to the Madame Tussauds and the nearest station is Edgware Road.
Hilton London Paddington (I)

This 4 star hotel is located in the city centre of London and was established in 1854. It is close to the Hyde Park and the nearest station is Paddington.
Hilton London Islington (Superior)

Hilton London Islington is a luxury 4-star property offering stylish accommodation near the heart of London. It boasts plush interiors, fine onsite dining and a good location close to the trendy Upper Street.
Hilton London Islington (Deluxe)

Hilton London Islington is a luxury 4-star property offering stylish accommodation near the heart of London. It boasts plush interiors, fine onsite dining and a good location close to the trendy Upper Street.
Hilton London Olympia (Deluxe)

Hilton London Olympia is a contemporary 4-star property offering comfortable accommodation and modern services near the heart of London. It boasts a fitness centre, an international restaurant and a good location close to the Olympia exhibition centre.
HILTON TRAFALGAR

Explore central London from this boutique-style hotel with a prime location on the south side of Trafalgar Square, walking distance from entertainment, culture, Leicester Square, Soho and the business district. Admire the view from the acclaimed Roof Garden and Rockwell Bar, or enjoy a unique dining..
Hilton Olympia (I)

This 4 star hotel is located in the city centre of London and was established in 1966. It is close to the Kensington Palace and the nearest station is High Street Kensington.
Hilton Stansted Airport

Location The hotel is located within the perimeter of the airport, 10 minutes away by shuttle bus.
Hilton London Metropole (Deluxe)

Hilton London Metropole is a large 4-star hotel offering contemporary accommodation in the heart of London. It boasts a health club with a small swimming pool and is home to one of Europe's largest events venues.
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