what terminal do British airways flights to Zurich leave from
I am flying in to terminal 3 on America Airlines from the USA. I will be catching a connecting flight to Budapest on British Airways, also in terminal 3. Will I need to go through customs in terminal 3 before I catch my flight to Budapest or do I go through customs once I get to Budapest? Thank you!
Hello, I have six days in London, and I have read postings from the experts, and have come up with this itenary. Wanted to ask if this seems feasible or if I should make any specific changes. Looking to be in London end of March, living around Wembley with friends. Does this seem too tight of a schedule?
Day 1 7:00 AM Arrive at Heathrow
8:30 AM Exit heathrow
10:00 AM Subway to Wembley
12:00 AM Lunch and proceed to BAPS Swami Narayan temple which is close by
2:00 PM Tour BAPS temple, leave by 2:00 PM, for Globe theater
3:30 PM Arrive at Globe threater, take a tour
5:30 PM Complete the tour, walk down to Tate Modern
7:30 PM Complete the tour, and head back home
9:00 PM Reach home
Day 2 8:30 AM Leave for Tower Hill station. Tower of London
10:00 AM Tour the Tower of London
1:00 PM Leave tower of London, get lunch
2:30 PM Head to tower bridge
3:30 PM Leave tower bridge for St. Paul's Cathedral
4:00 PM Reach St. Paul Cathedral
5:30 PM Travel back to the Shard, and view from the top
6:00 PM Reach the Shard
7:00 PM head back home
Day 3 7:30 AM Leave for Kings Cross station
8:45 AM Reach King's cross station, tour the station
9:15 AM Walk down to British Library
11:00 AM Complete the tour and head to British Museum
11:30 AM Take a tour, sight see
1:00 PM Take a lunch break
1:45 PM Tour the British museum some more
3:00 PM Leave British museum and head to London Eye
3:30 PM Reach London Eye, take the tour
4:00 PM Walk down to Big Ben, Parliament house, Downing Street
5:30 PM Head back home
Day 4 8:00 AM Head to Hyde Park
9:00 AM Reach Hyde Park, walk around
11:00 AM Reach Buckingham palace for change of guards
12:30 PM Spend time around Buckingham palace, and take a lunch break
1:30 PM Proceed to Westminster Abbey
4:30 PM Sight see and take pictures, and then head back home, or take another stroll in Hyde Park
5:30 PM Head back home
Day 5 8:45 AM Head to National Gallery
10:00 AM Reach National Gallery, tour
11:00 AM complete the tour, get some lunch, visit Trafalgar square, Piccadilly circus
2:00 PM Reach Royal Haymarket theatre, for a West End show
5:00 PM Roam around Trafalgar square, Piccadilly circus, head back home
Day 6 8:30 AM Head to Victoria and Albert Museum
11:30 AM Tour the museum, take a break for lunch
12:30 PM Finish lunch and proceed to Albert Hall
1:00 PM Tour Albert hall
2:00 PM complete the tour, free time
Multiple choices for free time after 2:00 PM:
Visit Natural History/Science museum
Take a boat ride on the Thames, and return home
Roam around Oxford street, Regents street, embankment
Take the boat tour to Greenwich Pier and visit the observatory
On 6th June evening I'll arrive at London Heathrow. Next early morning catch a plane for Barcelona from Gatwick airport.
Need to store 4 standard size luggage near Heathrow at a cheaper rate that airport facility. Wud appreciate if any one can help me provide the info I am looking for.
Accept my hearty thanks for being so kind and helpful.
We will be in London end of March.
Does anyone have special advice or tips concerning art exhibitions separate from the average tourist destinations?
(we are in London almost once a year, so we know the main attractions)
My Mom and I will be going around England this April 12-25. However we will be only staying in London of the ff dates
April 12 - 15:00 - midnight
April 22 - 15:00 - midnight
April 23 - whole day
April 24 - 8:00 am - 12 noon
We will be staying at Hilton Hyde Park on the 12th and at Hilton Metrople on the 0ther dates.
Can you please help us fix our itinerary or how can we group the places we can go. we plan to go to the ff places
Buckingham Palace/changing of guards
Tower of London
St. Paul Cathedral
We also plan to go to Piccadilly Circus, Soho, Chinatown or Leicester square if they are near to one another.
We alo want to see street art at bricklane or shoreditch? Or are there similiar street/wall arts we can visit?
Also, what can we see in Abbey road? Is it worth the time?
I arrive at Gatwick airport at 22.50,
1)what are my options to reach the center at that time?
2)cost of ticket?
3)do the trains run after midnight in case of delay?
a friend is returning from Prague on saturday and continuing on to Australia. she has a 4 hour wait between flights, can she come out to landside for a while and return to airside to board her flight to australia
My family is arriving at T5. I am arriving at T3 of LHR for assist them.
Plan is I will go to T5 wait for their arrival and all of us will come to T3 to fly with same flight.
All are residents of Finland, which I am aware there is no need of Transit Visa for connecting in LHR and I have travelled couple of times via LHR.
Now I am not having onward connecting flight boarding pass for T5 flight connections, but I want to assist my family
from T5. Will Passport control have any restrictions for this case ?
Thanks in advance for your reply.
I'm from Fiji but have a Swedish permanent residency card. I will travel from Fiji to Sweden, but I have to collect my bag and check in again for the flight to Sweden. Do I need a visa to go through immigration to check in my bag again?
I want to take a London-Venice flight.
Does anyone here know what Ryanair charges for checked luggage?
What is the maximum weight (kg) per person?
Cost per kg or per bag?
Group 1 (4 people) arrive from US in Terminal 1. We are to get to Terminal 4 to meet Group 2 that is arriving from US an hour later, where we will all pick up pre-arrange ground transport. So the plan is for Group 1 to claim baggage and take the Heathrow Express to Terminal 4. Two questions: 1) Will Group 1 have to clear customs in Terminal 1, and if so, will they still have access to the Heathrow Express? and 2) Where in Terminal 1 do you recommend that Group 1 and Group 2 try to meet? Thanks!
As in the topic......
I have a flight leaving Heathrow at 1900 in the evening, but need to travel into London for a 1400 meeting, but dont want to take my suitcases with me. Can I check-in my hold baggage and get my boarding pass at 1200, then travel to London and come back to Heathrow and go through security at 1700?
Does anyone know what the circle line is like at rush hour? i'm travelling to london for the first time on monday and will be travelling from paddington to the city at 8:15am. I'll have a decent sized suit carrier and not sure whether to get a cab if the tube is packed like sardines?
I will be arriving London with a small tour group March 7 leaving via the Chunnel on the 10th. Wondering if there is flooding in and around London and Paris due to the record rainfall?
We will be arriving at Heathrow and traveling to Central London/Kensington by Cromwell and Gloucester Road and are considering Transport Car/shuttle cost vs Taxi to Cromwell and Gloucester Road. Considering there will be 2 or 4 of us traveling, I am looking for comments on using a taxi verses a pre booked van/shuttle. Approximately what is the basic shuttle cost and recommended gratuity. And considering that the flight may be late and the convenience of just grabbing a taxi. I trust that the vans accept credit cards. All comments are greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance, Chuck
When traveling alone and not excessive luggage have used the Tube to Gloucester Road Underground Station, no problem though, the others prefer not to use the convenience of the taxi vs. the tube with luggage.
How early should I arrive at Heathrow Airport if I have an international flight to Frankfurt on an early morning weekday in July? The flight will depart from Heathrow T1 at 6:30am and I will not check any luggage.
Hi! We're going to London for a weekend from the 28th Feb. We'd like to see one of the big shows, such as The Commitments, The Lion King og Phantom of the Opera. We're wondering if we should book tickets in advance or bank on getting discounted tickets on the day at the booth in Leicester Square. Do you think we're likely to get tickets to one of the big shows or are we likely to stand there and not get tickets? I know you can't guarantee anything, but we just want to know what is likely. Any suggestions?
My wife and I are going to be in London for about 6 days (our second time in London) and are interested in visiting Bath, Stonehenge, Windsor, the British Museum. We were wondering if it would be better to stay a few days in London and the balance in Bath or just base them all out of London. Thoughts?
LONDON PASS - is it value for money ? I will be in London at the end of June I would like to find out the best way to get around, The London pass does is it value for money for the places it lets you in for free ?
Does anyone have the name of a reliable and competitively priced private car/shuttle company to go from Terminal 4 to central London? I have used one several times in the past and just want to make a comparison. No, I don't want to use the train or bus or tube! Many thanks.
Hi I'm Victoria and I'm an exchange student. In May my parents will come here and I would like to visit London with them but I have some questions.
Do we have to use an Oyster card per person or can we share one?
How much is it if I want to put money on my oyster card to travel with bus and metro in London only one day and what's the name of this thing? Is it different for the bus and the metro? What is the cheaper ?
Thank you very much!
Need to know because I want to catch the Tube hour and half after I land and dont want to miss connecting train from St Pancras. I'll have one suitcase to pick up too.
Is it easy to travel in london with pets and can one travel on underground and trains with their dogs? Are there any cheap hotels or guesthouses in central London that are dog friendly?
Do you know the best german restaurant in London ?
My friend and I are arriving at terminal 5 on 2 different domestic flights a half hour apart, can i wait upon landing for them to arrive before going through flight connections to get our international flight, also terminal 5. Or will I have to meet them at the gate.
My boyfriend and I are flying to Heathrow on different flights, I am staying in the UK and he will be getting a connecting flight out. I arrived at T3 and he on T5, is it possible for me to collect my luggage, not go through customs, but instead go to T5 to meet him for a few hours before he gets his next flight, meaning me going through customs and declarations at T5?
Hi. I am visiting London for a conference soon and wondering what is the best way to prepare for the trip. I will be staying in London for a week and there are three days that I will be probably fully booked at the conference, meaning I only need to move between the hotel (near Goodge Street Station) and the conference site (near Oxford Circus station) those days. Other days (like 3-4 days) I will be able to go and see some places I wanted to. My main interest is the British Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum, and Shakespeare globe theater. I also have a plan to see a performance at the National Theater (the New London Theater at Drury Lane).
So, after searching for some answers regarding travelcard in the London forum, it seems that I would just buy a single ticket from Heathrow airport to Goodge Street on the first day, and at the Tube station I would purchase something like 3 1-day travelcards? And it may be better to just get single tickets for those days that I only need trips between the hotel and the conference site? (or is it a walking distance??)
Any recommendation or advice is appreciated.
After 10 years I will visit London again for 3 days.
Therefore, I would be happy about some insider information from locals or virtual tourists who have been there about the following things:
1. Which is the cheapest underground pass option for 3 days? I only intend to stay in the city center/downtown area to visti the main sights, but still I would need to use the underground to be fast and reach my accommodation.
2. I know that London is not the cheapest city concerning food, but I wouldn´t want to live of Mc Donalds in these days. That´s why I´d like to know about inexpensive or reasonably priced restaurants that also have vegetarian dishes? I heard some pubs and Victoria Station has affordable menus? I´m thinking of something between 10 and 15 Euros and hope it exists in London!
Thank you all for your suggestions, ideas and tips! I will appreciate your responses!