Isn’t it time you spent two weeks with the Queen?

London is a sprawling city of historical monuments, monarchical artefacts and green spaces, coupled with a cosmopolitan culture that refuses to remain static.

Its landscape is a silhouette of icons that includes Big Ben, the London Eye, the Shard and Tower Bridge.

Beyond the city, you can take trips to other magnificent English locations such as Cambridge, Oxford, York, Cornwall, Bath, the Cotswolds and the Lake District.

It’s easy to get to London via train but if you’re looking to fly then check out our London flights guide below.

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