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- Prices quoted are based on cheapest available at time of advertising and may be higher depending on date of purchase and date of travel.
- Price is subject to availability and may be withdrawn or varied without notice.
- Prices quoted are valid for the travel dates specified, unless otherwise stated or sold out prior.
- All prices are per person (unless stated otherwise). Where companion fares apply, these are subject to two passengers travelling together to the same destination on the same booking.
- Saving (if applicable) is included in the advertised price and unless stated otherwise may not be used with any other offer.
- Seasonal surcharges and blackout dates may apply depending on date of travel.
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- Flights may not be direct or operate daily and may require a mandatory stopover at the customer's own expense.
- Flights may include domestic on-line segments.
- Itineraries may require a waiting period between flights.
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Sitting majestically against the river Thames, the iconic British Houses of Parliament are situated over the original Palace of Westminster. The first royal palace was constructed in the eleventh century but was destroyed by fire in 1512. The current gothic structure was designed by architect Charles Berry with the foundation stone laid in 1840 and was virtually completed by 1852. All surviving elements of previous structures were incorporated into the new design. Today the Houses of Parliament remain one of the most easily recognisable buildings in the country.
Political enthusiasts will appreciate walking past Downing Street and gazing through the gates into number 10, the official residence of the Prime Minister. The house has entertained 53 Prime Ministers – the first being Sir Robert Walpole since the mid eighteenth century. The gates were installed in 1991 as an added security for the Prime Minister.
For added political interest consider taking a trip to the city of York, to visit the remains of a castle built by William the Conqueror.
London Airports (LON: LHR, LGW)
Flights from Australia to London may disembark at the following airports:
Airport Accommodation: There are a number of hotels located in close proximity to London's airports. Book your London Airport accommodation
Getting to London
There are many airlines that offer flights to London from Australia that involve a stopover in a third destination. Flights from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or Perth via Dubai or Abu Dhabi take between 22 or 25 hours depending on the stopover. Flights from Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne via Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong or Guangzhou take around 25 or 26 hours.
Airlines that fly to London
As one of the largest cities in the world, London is an international travel hub served by a large number of airlines. Flights from Australia to London generally take between 20 and 23 hours, and usually involve a stopover in Asia or the Middle East. The following airlines fly from Australia to London:
- Air New Zealand
- British Airways
- Cathay Pacific
- Emirates Airlines
- Etihad Airways
- Japan Airlines
- Korean Air
- Malaysia Airlines
- Qantas Airlines
- Singapore Airlines
- Thai Airways
- Virgin Australia