The London Map - London visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'The London Map' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360Â° panoramas from Greater London.
This map shows London, capital of England and one of the most visited cities on earth. London contains some of the most iconic buildings, landmarks and most famous museums and attractions in the world. Some visit London for the attractions, others visit London for the museums, concerts, theatres and famous hotels. For others a visit to London is not complete without the restaurants, nightclubs and shopping. Whatever your reason to visit London, the London Pass can offer huge discounts to some of the top London attractions, shops and restaurants.
This London map and guide shows hundreds of 360° panoramas taken around London linked to an interactive map. It covers many major landmarks, sights and attractions as well historical buildings, hotels and parks. For each location on the map there is some local and travel information, forming a growing virtual tour of London helping you plan your visit or explore it from home. Most of the important London attractions are gathered within the center of the city, marked as Zone 1 on travel maps.
London Map - Museums, Galleries and Historic Buildings
London is rich in history, having been occupied for thousands of years. Many of these buildings are open to the public, some containing exhibitions and museums:
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Map of London - Royal Parks, Gardens and Squares
The Royal Parks are the most important parks in London, several linking together to form a great, green lung running right through the center of the city. Few, if any, other cities on earth can boast a collection of parks like it. Attractions in their own right and full of monuments, they include:
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Britain and London Visitor Centre (BLVC) 1 Lower Regent Street, SW1 4XT Tube: Piccadilly Circus Tel: +44 (0)8701 566 366 (08701 LONDON)
There are also London and UK tourist information centres at most of the main railway stations (Euston, Kings Cross / St Pancras, Victoria and Waterloo) as well as at most of the surrounding airports (Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton and Stanstead).
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Flight: London Heathrow (IATA: LHR), London Gatwick (IATA: LGW), London Stansted (IATA: STN), London Luton (IATA: LTN), London City Airport (IATA: LCY). Rail: Eurostar from St Pancras Station. Other major mainline stations include Waterloo, Victoria, Euston, Kings Cross and Paddington. Bus and Coach: International coaches from Victoria Coach Station or Green Line Coach Station near to Victoria Station.
Travel Around London
London has a very good, integrated public transport network comprised of extensive bus and tube systems, overground railway and river ferries on the Thames. It is also well served by countless black cab taxis and mini-cabs. The cheapest way to use the London transport network is to Buy Oyster card before you come to London and use this on the Tubes and buses.
London - Car Hire
While many of Londons's attractions are accessible from the public transport network, much more is on offer you are willing to travel a little further. Convenient car hire from Car Hire Heathrow Airport and other locations allows you to travel further cheaply.