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FAQs
Below are frequently asked questions that London Visions often receives. If you have any questions that are not answered please contact us and we will try and answer them for you.

What are the top 10 attractions in London?
1) Buckingham Palace 2) Tower of London 3) St Paul's Cathedral 4) London Eye 5) London Zoo 6) The British Museum 7) London Dungeon 8) London Aquarium 9) HMS Belfast 10) Westminster Abbey

Is London expensive?
It does not have to be, if for example you buy a London Pass you will save money on entrance into many London attractions and places of interest. See our London Pass page for more info: main_londonpass.htm

Stay a little outside the center of London, and visit out of season and you can find some good deals, see our hotels section for some cheap accommodation: main_hotels.htm

It is also advisable to buy a guide book before you come, so that you can decide what you want to see and then you can bring it with you and use it as reference when you are here. For the books we in the office have found most helpful click on this link: main_amazonguides.htm

Would I have to book in advance to see one of the top ten theatre productions?
In order to avoid disappointment, I would recommend that you book tickets in advance for any show that you really want to see. Especially in the summer you would be very lucky to get tickets for any of the top shows on the day.
You can book tickets online before you come through our theatre section: main_londontheatre.htm

What is the best time of year to visit London?
The best time of the year to visit London is the summer, because of the weather. However, London is vibrant all year round, whatever the weather, and there are good reasons for coming out of season, for example it is far less crowded (just a bit!).

What is the best way to travel around London?
Getting around London is surprisingly easy! For short journeys the bus is the best way to travel, it's cheap, you can hop on and off the back loading buses and there is a bus route for every destination. However, in the rush hour and for longer journeys it is best to travel on the underground, because it is quicker and the trains run more frequently. The bus and tube system can be confusing to start with but you soon get used to it and remember if you do get lost you might come across something that you might not have found otherwise!
See our travel page for further details.

Can you easily access the web in London?
You can access the web all around London in numerous Internet cafe's, but make sure that you shop around because prices very.

 

 

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