LONDON United Kingdom

Welcome to London!

The wonderful city of London has so much to offer. The capital of the United Kingdom is an eclectic and fascinating metropolis with an unparalleled choice of museums, monuments, attractions and must-see places: Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, the Palace of Westminster and Big Ben, the London Eye, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, Hyde Park… A unique and different city that's just an hour and a quarter's flight from Dinard!

London Stansted airport is served by direct Ryanair flights right through the year.

Via London Stansted, connecting flights take you to Dublin, Cork, Shannon, Berlin, Frankfurt, Milan, Rome, Barcelona, Madrid... 

London Gatwick airport is also served by connecting flights in Guernsey with Aurigny.

Flying time between Dinard and London : 1 hour 10 minutes

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Information about the destination
  • Capital city : London is the capital of the United Kingdom
  • Climate : London has a temperate climate, with warm summers that are not too hot, and cold winters that are rarely extremely cold.
  • Time difference compared to France  : 1 hour behind
  • Currency : Pound sterling
  • Official language : English
  • Entry and exit requirements : Passport or valid national identity card
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Attractions & activities

Buckingham Palace

The queen's official residence. The changing of the guard takes place every day in the summer, and every other day for the rest of the year.

Westminster Abbey

Almost every British monarch has been crowned in this gothic cathedral since 1066.

The Palace of Westminster

The seat of the British Parliament, adorned by the impressive Big Ben.

The British Museum

One of the largest museums in the world, with an impressive collection of Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Far-Eastern antiquities.

The most famous exhibits are the Rosetta Stone, the Elgin Marbles and the ancient Egyptian mummies.

Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens

Right in the centre of the city, Hyde Park is the largest park in London. Along with its 4,000 trees, it has a lake (the Serpentine), parkland and rose gardens.

Kensington Gardens sits right next to Hyde Park on the Kensington Palace side of the park.

St Paul's Cathedral

The chef d’œuvre of Sir Christopher Wren, it is famous for its dome and baroque architecture which dominates London's business quarter (the "square mile").

The Tower of London

A fortress famous for its former role as a prison and for its current role as a secure home for the Crown Jewels.

Tate Modern

Located on the south bank of the River Thames, the Tate Modern is Britain's national museum of modern and contemporary art. The building now occupied by the Tate Modern was formerly a power station, which explains its unusual architecture. The temporary exhibitions present the works of the world's great artists, from Damien Hirst to Gauguin. The art gallery's restaurants offer an uninterrupted view of the Thames and the city. Entrance is free.

Natural History Museum

As exemplified by its permanent exhibition of dinosaurs, the Natural History Museum exhibits a vast collection of the biggest, strangest and rarest animals in the world. Admire a full-size blue whale, a 40-million-year old spider and gaze in wonder at the dinosaur in the sumptuous setting of the vaulted Central Hall.

London Eye

The London Eye has become an integral element of the London cityscape. It's the world's tallest cantilevered observation wheel, with 32 capsules each weighing 10 tonnes and big enough for 25 people. This breath-taking experience gives you a great view of more than 55 of London's tourist attractions – and all in just 30 minutes!

Royal Museums Greenwich

There are four different Royal Museums at Greenwich: the National Maritime Museum, the Queen's House, the Royal Observatory (including the Peter Harrison Planetarium) and the Cutty Sark, all on the same site in Greenwich, now listed as a World Heritage Site.

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It is full of historic monuments and places of interest, such as Nottingham Castle, the Old Market Square, the Lace Market...

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