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Passports and Visas for London Visitors

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U.S. citizens need only a valid passport to enter Great Britain for stays of up to six months. If you’re within six months of your passport’s expiration date, renew it before you leave—nearly extinct passports are not strictly banned,Read more

London Communications Tips

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If you’re traveling with a laptop, carry a spare battery and adapter: new batteries and replacement adapters are expensive; if you do need to replace them, head to Tottenham Court Road (W1), which is lined with computer specialists. ForRead more

Train Travel Tips for London Visitors

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The National Rail Enquiries website is the clearinghouse for information on train times and fares as well as to book rail journeys around Britain—and the earlier the better. Tickets bought two to three weeks in advance can cost aRead more

Car Travel Tips for London Visitors

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The best advice on driving in London is this: don’t. London’s streets are a winding mass of chaos, made worse by one-way roads. Parking is also restrictive and expensive, and traffic is tediously slow at most times of theRead more

Bus Travel Tips for London Visitors

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National Express is the biggest British coach operator and the nearest equivalent to Greyhound. It’s not as fast as traveling by train, but it’s comfortable (with washroom facilities on board). Services depart mainly from Victoria Coach station, a well-signpostedRead more

Air Travel Tips for London

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Flying time to London is about 6½ hours from New York, 7½ hours from Chicago, 11 hours from San Francisco, and 21½ hours from Sydney. For flights out of London, the general rule is that you arrive one hourRead more

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