My daughter who is australian citizen travelling to Leeds for study from Sydney changing flight at London at the same terminal 5. Does she apply student visa on arrival at Heathrow airport or at Leeds airport. Her stopover at Heathrow airport is 2 hrs and her baggage will be booked to Leeds and she is flying with British Airways all through. Please advise and thanks for your help
Hi, I am departing from LHR Terminal 5 this May and would like to know if I can transfer from T5 after security checks to Terminal 2 and then back. I simply want to go over to T2 because the airlines club that I belong to is only in Terminal 2. Thank you for your answers!
We are visiting London in November. We are a group of 60+ year old women. We like a bit of fun and music and good food. We will be staying in the Kensington area of London. Can anyone suggest a place, either in the afternoon or early evening where we will be treated to good food and a bit of a dance or maybe a bit of a show?
Thank you, Vicki
Were only going to be in London for 3 days, then, Eurostar to Paris.
So, we'll arrive fairly early (from the States) Monday and thought a rasy series of Public bus rides that afternoon might whet our appetite for a re-visit.
Which route (or series or routes) would y'all suggest for an overview of London? Numbers? We already have our Oyster passes.
PS: We are taking an all day tour to Oxford and The Cotswolds for Tuesday and a walking tour (of London highlights)
I've been lucky enough to went a few times to London so this time, I want to do something differente.
It's usual to see short clips about "London Secrets" like old and abandon underground stations.
Is it possible to visit one? If so, what do I have to do?
By the way, what secrets of London can you share for me to see them?
I'm Colombian trying to book a flight from Houston, TX to Barcelona, Spain. With British Airways. My flight will have a conexion in London Heathrow for 2 hours. I will arrive at T5 and departure will be at T3. I WOULD LIKE SOME HELP figuring out if I will cross uk border when I go from T5 to T3 to catch my conexion flight? And if I will need a visa
According to this article from the uk government website
Colombian nationals will be able to transit airside through UK airports without needing a Direct Airside Transit Visa (DATV).
Colombian nationals will still need a visa if they want to cross the UK border for any reason, whether to visit or change flights. If a connecting flight is from another airport, passengers will still need to get a Visitor in Transit Visa before passing through the UK.
It appears my daughter's lost bag has arrived, but they are too backlogged to deliver.
In May I will arrive at terminal 5 and will have more than six hours before my connecting flight (also T5) departs. I know I'll need plenty of time for security, but I think there should nevertheless be enough time for a short walk outside the airport. I am thinking of walking to Staines Moor and maybe spend an hour there. My questions: Is it feasible? Can I walk from terminal 5 to Staines Moor or is that practically impossible because there are only big roads? Has anybody done this during a stopover? If so, do you recommend it? If you think it's a bad idea, can you recommend any alternative?
Hello - in early March I have a 24 hr layover in London. I land at Heathrow at 1pm and there are a couple of Premier League matches that kick-off at 3pm, one at Stamford Bridge and the other at White Hart Lane (I'm deciding between the two). I've always wanted to go to a match, but its never worked out timing wise - this might be my only chance for awhile.
However, my window for making it to the game is very tight. We're talking about landing at Heathrow, getting my luggage, getting through customs, getting into London, leaving stuff at a hotel and getting to the stadium A very tight window.
My question is this even plausible? Obviously Chelsea's ground is closer to Heathrow than White Hart Lane, which is a factor here. Can you even get to matches late? In the US its fairly common, but I don't know about the UK.
I know they'll be questions about tickets, but I do have some colleagues who can arrange that, so I'm not concerned there.
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