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Temp on Avg for September in London19.7 °C
Average rainfall for September in London49.4 mm
London welcomes over 30 million visitors each year, and the numbers keep on climbing.
Why? Easy – it packs in some of the most famous sights in the world, from Tower Bridge and the London Eye to Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. It’s also home to the Royal Family, so you can tour Buckingham Palace and watch the red-jacketed changing of the guard.
Come sundown, get stuck into the entertainment scene. Comedy shows in Shoreditch, rock gigs in Brixton, musicals in the West End, Shakespeare at the Globe – the to-do list is bottomless.
How long is the flight from Birmingham to London?
There aren’t any direct flights, so journey times begin at 3 hours 20 minutes.
Which airlines operate flights from Birmingham to London?
KLM, Flybe, Aer Lingus and Brussels Airlines offer indirect flights to London.
How frequent are flights between Birmingham and London?
Thanks to the big choice of stopovers, there are almost 200 Birmingham to London flights daily.
Which airports serve Birmingham and London?
All flights take off from Birmingham Airport.
Most planes land in Heathrow Airport, but you could also aim for London City Airport, Gatwick Airport and London Luton Airport.
Which direct flight route between Birmingham and London is cheapest?
There aren’t any direct flights from Birmingham to London. They all travel via places like Amsterdam, Dublin or Cornwall.
London is a king-sized capital city, so it can be hard to know where to begin.
Strapped for time? Just wander along the River Thames. The south bank serves up The Shard, Royal Festival Hall, London Eye, Tate Modern and Greenwich. Or head to the north side, where the Tower of London and Westminster queue up along the riverside.
If you’ve got a bit more time, hop on a tube to the off-centre neighbourhoods. Camden is home to an alternative market and rock pubs, while Shoreditch is filled with industrial-chic coffee shops. Then there’s Brixton – a haven for pop up music venues.
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