There are several good options when booking flights from London. With a number of large international airports, London is a major hub for air transport, and is therefore a good starting point for travel to many destinations around the world. London Heathrow, London Gatwick, and London Stansted are all busy departure points, and can all be reached by road or public transport from the city centre. London City and London Luton airports are also departure points for flights from London.
When travelling by car, each of the major airports offers extensive parking facilities, often with dedicated bus transfer from the car park to the air terminals. Meanwhile, there are also a number of ways to get to the airports by public transport. London Heathrow, for example, is 15 miles from central London and can be reached in about an hour on the Piccadilly line of the London Underground, or in 15 to 30 minutes by express train from Paddington station. London Gatwick, 28 miles outside central London, can be reached by express train from Victoria station in about half an hour. London Stansted is further away, at 40 miles from central London, and is 45 minutes away by train from Liverpool Street station.
With the number of airports within easy reach of central London, there are good possibilities for different flights from London to Birmingham. For a comprehensive search of current offers, check ebookers.com. As well as air travel, ebookers.com lets travellers book car rental and accommodation in just a few clicks.
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Birmingham Airport is located 6.3 miles from the centre of Birmingham. The airport handles both domestic and international flights
Birmingham Airport has direct links to over 100 cities and towns via the free Air-Rail Link and Birmingham International Station. The airport is served by a number of local bus routes and long distance coach services. In addition to these services there are hotel shuttle bus services available.
Birmingham is the second largest city in the United Kingdom. Once viewed as a drab and grimy city, in recent years, the city has transformed itself into a vibrant cultural centre. Huge regeneration projects have changed the industrial landscape and canals into a cityscape bursting with hip night clubs, glamorous shops and busy pubs. Of course it is still left with some concrete monstrosities but the city planners have created plenty of innovative architectural improvements to help Birmingham make the most of its heritage. Cadbury's World is a mecca for all who love chocolate where children and adults will love exploring the history of chocolate. Birmingham museum and art gallery is home to one of the world's best collections of Pre-Raphaelite art. Highlights of the collection include works by Ian Edward Burne-Jones, Ford Madox-Brown and Dante Gabriel Rossetti. The Barber Institute of Fine Arts also boasts some masterpieces in its collection including works by Picasso, Rembrant, Schiele, Rubens, Van Dyck, Gainsborough, Turner and Reynolds.
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