Transport in London, England
Rail and Trains
All parts of England, Scotland and Wales are connected either directly or indirectly to one of the many London main train stations, such as Paddington, Victoria and Kings Cross. More on getting to London by rail or train.
Black and Yellow taxi cabs are a cultural image of London for many people worldwide. More on London Taxis.
Ferries and Boats to London
If you are travelling from Ireland, France, Belgium, Holland and some other European countries, using a boat or ferry can be your prime form of transport. Learn about getting to London by ferry or boat.
Renting a car for the duration of your time in London and the rest of the UK can be a good option if you enjoy driving and feel confident to use the British road system (remember we drive ont he left and use miles and not kilometers). More on car rentals.
By far the most popular way of arriving in the city for visitors from abroad is by air and with a choice of 5 airports serving the city, there are many airline and route choices. Learn more on flights to London.