Cheap flights to London United Kingdom

Eat like a cockney, drink like a king
Flights to London from
  • 520 USD per person in February
  • Flights from New York starting at 650 USD
  • Flights from Boston starting at 800 USD 1 hours
  • Popular airlines flying to London include United Airlines, Virgin Atlantic Airways and British Airways.
  • Cheapest flights to London are generally available in October whilst June tends to be most expensive
  • Flights to London land at the airports London City Airport , Gatwick and Heathrow .

About London


Cockney shouts ring through the streets, street food chefs work magic on their stoves, and aromas of a thousand cuisines mingle in the air. Reggae music is overlaid with rock’n’roll. Take a deep breath and dive into one of London’s markets. Hunt for old records in Brick Lane, haggle over antiques in Portobello Road and feast on jellied eels in Spitalfields. Once you’ve bagged a bargain, head down to the South Bank. Here, you can tick off the landmarks – Big Ben, the London Eye, Tower Bridge, the Shard – and enjoy the unique entertainment, whether it’s dancing sheep or a bicycle-powered art installation.

The Thames may be London’s most famous river, but secret rivers run beneath the streets: one flows right underneath Buckingham Palace.

After dark, head to The City, presided over by St. Paul’s Cathedral. Here, they work and play hard, so ascend to a high rise bar – Sushisamba in the Heron Tower is a suitably glamorous option – where your cocktails will be accompanied by spectacular views. The streets may not be gold in this part of town, but they certainly shine.

Until 1916 the famous department store Harrod’s sold pure cocaine to the general public.

How’s the weather in London in April?

  • Temperature 45-57 °F
  • Dry days 13-
  • Average rainfall 43 mm
  • Snow days 0


  • Population 8.3M
  • Local time :
  • Currency British Pound

What does London cost?

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  • Meal
    Restaurant meals in London cost 8% more than in New York
  • Shopping
    Prices in London are typically 4% lower than in New York
  • Taxi
    Take a taxi from 2.2 USD per kilometre
  • Train
    A typical train ticket is 3.9 USD
  • Rent a car from 19 USD/day via momondo


  • Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant: 16.36 USD
  • Meal for 2, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course: 74.37 USD
  • Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught): 5.95 USD
  • Water (0.33 liter bottle): 1.47 USD


  • Rice (1kg): 2.45 USD
  • Chicken Breasts (Boneless, Skinless), (1kg): 11.4 USD
  • Apples (1kg): 2.84 USD
  • Domestic Beer (0.5 liter bottle): 1.49 USD


  • One-way Ticket (Local Transport): 3.87 USD
  • Taxi Start (Normal Tariff): 4.47 USD
  • Taxi 1km (Normal Tariff): 2.16 USD
  • Gasoline (1 liter): 1.87 USD

Sports And Leisure

  • Fitness Club, Monthly Fee for 1 Adult: 73.89 USD
  • Tennis Court Rent (1 Hour on Weekend): 15.53 USD
  • Cinema, International Release, 1 Seat: 17.86 USD

Clothing And Shoes

  • 1 Pair of Jeans (Levis 501 Or Similar): 87.4 USD
  • 1 Summer Dress in a Chain Store (Zara, H&M, ...): 51.53 USD
  • 1 Pair of Nike Shoes: 94.98 USD
  • 1 Pair of Men Leather Shoes: 103.38 USD

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About London

With its world-beating theatre, music and restaurant scene - London’s a city that demands your attention and rewards repeat visits. And thanks to Britain’s colonial past, her capital has become one of the world’s most fascinating multicultural melting pots.

For those who still picture the English in top hats and crinolines, it can come as a surprise to discover streets thronging with burkas, yarmulkes and vibrant Ghanaian frocks. In fact, latest figures show that one in every three Londoners was born abroad.

All this diversity has had an enlivening effect on the city’s cuisine, as well as its street style. Even pub grub is stepping up a gear, and these days you’re as likely to find tongue-burning Vindaloo as substandard Shepherd’s Pie on the menu. On Thursday and Friday nights, foodies-on-a-budget head south of the river to Brixton, where the old covered markets have been transformed into a warren of pop-up restaurants, bars and food shops. There’s usually a DJ playing, or a live band providing the soundtrack to your Pakistani street food or perfectly mixed Whisky Sour. Round the corner is the Ritzy cinema, as popular for its pub quizzes and jam sessions as for its programme of cutting-edge and classic film.

London is a city that shouts out to be explored, and the best way to do so is to make like a local and rent one of the distinctive blue bicycles (nicknamed ‘Boris bikes’ after the city’s mayor) from one of the hundreds of stands.

There’s good flat cycling along the Southbank, especially the stretch alongside the National Theatre and Royal Festival Hall, which serves as an urban playground with food carts, skateboarders, and free festivals which run throughout the year. Else head east along the Regent’s Canal, and explore the hipster triangle of Shoreditch, Hoxton and Hackney, with their independent galleries, packed coffee-shops and tongue-in-cheek nightlife.

Londoners, unlike New Yorkers, aren’t in the habit of boasting about their home town. But don’t let their English reserve fool you. For centuries the world has come to seek its fortune in London. Now it’s your turn.

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