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How to get to London

For those coming from abroad or distant parts of the UK, London is served by five airports. Transatlantic flights arrive in Gatwick and Heathrow, and domestic and European flights additionally arrive at City, Luton and Stansted airports. All have good links into central London, with buses being the slowest but cheapest option.

Getting around by tube, bus or cab is simple if not cheap, although the tube and many buses – though now free for children – are not particularly buggy friendly, so put an infant into a sling if possible. Walking is very easy (kids' stamina and weather permitting). Check out the Transport for London website (tfl.gov.uk) for more details about getting around the capital.

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