With a history spanning over 2,000 years, London is the Capital city of England and also the largest with a population of 8.63 million, brimming with culture and diversity - over 300 languages spoken.
Buckingham Palace, the London Eye, St Paul’s Cathedral, Tate Modern, West End Theatres, are just some of the the City’s famous landmarks and cultural institutions. As well as being host to multiple World heritage sites including the Tower of London, the Palace of Westminster, Kew Gardens, St Margaret's Church and the historic settlement of Greenwich.
The City is very well connected, home to the world’s oldest underground railway network, ’The London Underground’, and national rail links out to the country. International travel is also simple, London airports being the busiest in the world - Heathrow and Gatwick are just a stones throw away from central London.
• World Heritage Sites
• International Airports
• Links to the Country