Flights from Perth to London

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London City Guide

London, the capital of the United Kingdom, is one of the most visited cities in Europe. Home to world-famous sights such as Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, Oxford Street, Piccadilly Circus and the British Museum, London is a magnet for travellers seeking a city that boasts a mix of fascinating history, rich tradition, modern culture and more things to do than you may know what to do with.

Whether you travel to London from Perth for its sights, its pubs, its galleries or for a taste of everything this dynamic capital has to offer, you can find cheap flights on Webjet.

The Best Time to Visit London

London’s busiest season for visitors is undoubtedly summer. July has the warmest temperatures and the city’s verdant parks provide ample opportunity to relax, watch ball games and explore the network of pretty paths. Of course, the flip side to this is that accommodation may be more expensive and the landmarks are more crowded. Spring is also busy, and autumn provides still mild temperatures with some rain. Winter is a beautiful time to book flights from Perth to London and travellers will be rewarded with beautiful Christmas lights, bustling festive markets and fewer tourists. There also tend to be cheaper deals on flights and accommodation.

Cheap Flights from Perth to London

Looking to travel from PER to LHR? There are around 80 flights from Perth to London every day..

Departing from Perth Airport (PER)

Perth Airport (PER) is the main domestic and international airport serving Perth. It is the fourth busiest airport in Australia and is serviced with both public transport and parking options. Perth Airport (PER) is located around 16 kilometres from the CBD. Your PER to LHR flights will depart from the international T1 terminal, or from T3 if you are travelling on an international Qantas service.

 

Getting to Perth Airport (PER)

A taxi ride from the Perth CBD to the airport will cost about $43AUD. The airport also has a dedicated drop-off zone for those using rideshare services. A regular bus service connects Perth Airport with stops in Perth City and other main points around the city. The 380 bus route travels between Elizabeth Quay Bus Station and the T1 and T2 terminals. The 40 bus route runs 7 days a week between Elizabeth Quay Bus Station and the T3 and T4 terminals.

 

Parking at Perth Airport (PER)

Driving yourself to Perth Airport (PER) and want to leave the car here while you’re in London? Choose between two parking options. The Short Term car park is closer to the terminal, but has higher fees . The Long Term car park is the cheaper option and it also has a free bus to the terminal, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

 

Arriving at Heathrow Airport (LHR)

Heathrow Airport (LHR) is London’s flagship airport. It is the busiest airport in Europe and is the second busiest in the world. Given its status as a major travel hub, Heathrow is happily serviced with excellent transportation and parking options.

 

Getting from Heathrow Airport (LHR) to Your Hotel

Public transport is abundant for travellers arriving at Heathrow Airport. The airport is a stop on the London Underground’s Piccadilly Line and trains run approximately every 10 minutes. There is a station servicing Terminals 2 and 3, as well as one at both Terminals 4 and 5. Overland trains connect too. Local buses run between the airport and destinations in west London and the Thames Valley..

 

Arriving at Gatwick Airport (LGW)

Gatwick Airport (LGW) is the second busiest airport in the United Kingdom and is located about 43 kilometres from the centre of London. It was known for being the busiest single-use runway airport in the world, until 2017.

 

Getting from Gatwick Airport (LGW) to Your Hotel

Gatwick Airport (LGW) provides multiple transportation services. The Gatwick Express train can take you to your hotel in just half an hour. For a slightly longer travel time, at a more affordable price, you may also choose the Thameslink train.

Things to do in London

London Eye

What better way to get to know London than by being treated to a bird’s eye view across the cityscape? The London Eye treats its visitors to a panoramic outlook over the River Thames and surrounding neighbourhoods. This giant Ferris wheel takes visitors on a leisurely 30-minute expedition and is the highest public viewing point in London.

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey has featured in the lives of English royalty, famous poets, soldiers, brilliant thinkers, and statesmen. It is one of London’s most visited landmarks and for good reason: the history of this Gothic abbey church stretches back more than 1000 years. The Abbey welcomes visitors inside and a self-guided audio tours provides an in-depth look at the role this site has played in English history, from being the location of coronations and weddings, to acting as the final resting place of monarchs, aristocrats, martyrs and writers.

Buckingham Palace

Originally known as the Buckingham House, Buckingham Palace features on the itinerary of almost every visitor to London. The Palace is the official London residence of the United Kingdom monarch and is open to the public from 21 July to 30 September. Once inside, visitors can view the splendour of the State Rooms and pieces from the Royal Collection. Outside of this period, visitors can still head to the Palace to watch the Changing of the Guard at 11am daily.

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