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Destination of the month

Welcome to London Luton

London is one of the world’s great cities and it seamlessly combines its storied history with cutting-edge fashion, music and popular culture.

Flying to London Luton

Ryanair flies to London Luton year-round

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Things to do here

As you walk through London’s bustling streets it quickly becomes clear why the city is one of Europe’s most visited destinations. The history of this incredible city is written in its impressive architecture and easily recognisable historical landmarks yet London also feels young, energetic and iconoclastic. With iconic attractions and world famous museums, many of which are free to visitors, London has all that you’d expect from a capital city and more. It's also home to the world's financial industry and a leader in food, fashion and technology.

To Eat

  1. No visit to London would be complete without afternoon tea. Try Orange Pekoe for a delightful array of teas and cakes.
  2. You’ll have to book The Ledbury well in advance of your visit but the two Michelin star restaurant is sure to be a highlight of your stay

To Stay

  1. Just a five minute walk from the famous Covent Garden Market, Fielding Hotel is a cosy and relaxed place to recuperate after a busy day on the streets of London. 
  2. Located next door to King’s Cross station, the Great Northern is a boutique hotel that has been lovingly restored. Luxurious and elegant.

The British Museum Museum

Housing one of the most extensive collections of artefacts in the world, the British Museum will delight both young and old. Best of all, entry is free.

The Shard Type

While the London eye has been an iconic part of London’s skyline for years, the Shard offers the better views.

Borough Market Market

Recognised as a ‘foodies paradise’ this market has everything from giant paellas and Malaysian curries to hog roasts and pastries. The level of choice alone makes it a must.

Kyoto Garden Outdoor Fun

Take a break from London’s hectic streets by catching the tube to Holland Park and visiting Kyoto Garden, a hidden Japanese sanctuary.