Packed with people all around the world, don't be surprised if you cross paths in London with renown movie stars or internationally famous sport icons. Some of them live there, but many others are stopping by every now and then to pay a visit to the O2 Arena, the Houses of Parliament, St Paul's Cathedral, the Royal Opera House or the stadiums of Arsenal and Chelsea.
London is a magical city. Doesn't matter if you are looking for a luxury treatment or a more modest visit. This city is for everyone. Get lost in the markets, from Camden Town to Notting Hill, take a walk through Hide Park, admire Human evolution in the Natural History Museum. Whatever you are looking for, London has even more.
How to get to the city centre
As flights to London from Buenos Aires take more than 14 hours non-stop, you will want to reach your end destination quickly. If you land at Heathrow or Gatwick, all you need to do is take a high speed train to central London. If you land at Luton, Stansted or Southend airports, take the available train to reach the centre of the city. These airports are far away and the journey may take at least an hour. If you land at London City Airport, you will reach the city in no time as it is already located in central London; all you need to do is take a taxi.