Info flights from Bucharest to London
When we fly
3 Times Daily
07:00; 16:40; 18:10
Where we fly
When in London, you must definitely try some English food: from English breakfast to fish and chips or English pies, and of course the Five o'clock Tea, discover what you should include in menu in London.
A captivating mix of old and new, London is also renowned for its creativity, innovation and originality in art, theatre, music, design and cuisine. It is home to countless art galleries and museums, including the Tate Modern, National Gallery and British Museum, which possesses some of the world's finest treasures. And best of all, entry to most of these museums and galleries is free!
To catch all the 'big-hitters' in one go, you can't beat a walk along the River Thames. Strolling from Tower Bridge to the Houses of Parliament you'll pass the Tower of London, Shakespeare's Globe, Tate Modern, the Southbank Centre, the National Theatre, the London Eye, the SEA LIFE London Aquarium and London Dungeon. In addition to these world famous attractions, there are many more to discover during your stay. The West End is the place to go to see London's top theatre shows and musicals.
Alongside classics including Les Misérables, Phantom of the Opera and The Woman in Black, you will find hit contemporary shows, such as Billy Elliot, The Lion King and Thriller – Live. Don't forget to explore the many off-West End venues too, such as the National Theatre, The Old Vic and (during the summer months) Regent's Park Open Air Theatre. In the West End you will also find some of London's top shopping destinations, from Oxford Street to Seven Dials.
Different neighbourhoods are known for other unique opportunities for shopping: Notting Hill is renowned for its antiques and Portobello Market, Greenwich has an excellent arts and crafts markets, while Westfield London City and Westfield Stratford are the city's most famous malls.
If you would rather save money than spend it, the eight Royal Parks are well worth a visit – and a great spot for a picnic. Visit Greenwich Park to drop in on the Royal Observatory, walk through Kensington Gardens to see Kensington Palace, take a paddle on the Hyde Park boating lake, see Buckingham Palace from scenic St James's Park, spot deer at Richmond Park and Bushy Park, and meet the animals at London Zoo, which lies within Regent's Park.
When visiting London, there are at least five things to try:
1. Visiting all the biggest museums: Museum of London, Victoria & Albert Museum, British Museum, Science Museum, Design Museum, Natural History Museum, Queen’s House, Greenwich
2. Along the way indulge your taste buds with delicious food at one of London's many restaurants, gastropubs and pop-up eateries. You can eat food prepared by a celebrity chef, discover modern British cuisine, or eat food from anywhere in the world – be it Indian, Chinese, Persian, Greek, Italian or Lebanese. Top off your perfect day with a fancy cocktail, excellent wine or locally brewed beer at a top London pub or bar – and maybe a boogie at one of the capital's buzzing nightspots and clubs.
3. Dive into the very appreciated street markets: Maltby Street Market, Broadway Market, Leadenhall Market, Backyard Market, Camden Market, Greenwich Market, Mercato Mayfair, Borough Market and try the londonese daily lifestyle.
4. Enjoy art in all the forms: from well-known art-galleries such as Tate Modern, Somerset House or Saatchi Gallery to internet - loved street-art instalations: Carrie Reichardt’s house or street from East London.
5. Explore the royal rituals: the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace and the Ceremony of the Keys at the Tower of London are free to attend.
- Country: United Kingdom, which is no longer a member state of the European Union. You can cross the UK border using a valid passport which should be valid for the whole time you are in the UK.
- Accommodation: You can choose to stay in a hotel, hostel, private host, in the centre or on the outskirts of London, all of which are very well connected to the Centre. Accommodation depends on the time of year you choose for your trip, with periods with events such as concerts or tennis or football tournaments being the busiest. Choose your accommodation through Booking.com for extra security!
- Official language: English
- Currency: Pound (GBP)
- Time zone: UTC/GMT +2:00 hour
- Phone Prefix: +44
- Internet domain: .uk, .co.uk
- City card: Whether you're making a one-off trip to London or you're a regular visitor, using an Oyster travel smartcard is the easiest way to travel around the city's public transport network.
- Airport: London Heathrow International Airport is an international airport, situated at about 26 km from London, the biggest in United Kingdom and an important connection for transatlatic flights.
- COVID-19 Info: The rules for entering United Kingdom depend on whether you qualify as fully vaccinated under the rules for travel to England. Discover all the details on the official travel guidance.