With an increase in international visitors for the 8th consecutive year in 2017, and a royal wedding that got the world’s eyes turning once again to Kensington Palace in 2018, London is clearly top of mind for travellers these days. And Canadians are no exception.
This winter, Air Transat remains dedicated to offering them year-round travel to the capital of the UK, with its popular daily direct flights from Toronto to London Gatwick.
From visiting Buckingham Palace, the London Eye and Big Ben, to discovering lesser-known spots like Truefitt & Hill, the oldest barbershop in the world, there is so much to do and see in London. From London Gatwick, passengers have access to the fast, frequent service of the non-stop Gatwick Express train as well as the frequent Southern Railway train. Both provide easy and hassle-free access to the city centre, which boasts diversity, museums and palaces and can easily be visited on foot or by bus, tube or boat.
Air Transat also has a multi-destination option, allowing travellers to land in one European city and return from another at no extra cost. This opens up a range of itinerary possibilities and lets people combine several destinations, such as London and Manchester or Glasgow, two other popular UK destinations available via direct flights from Toronto.
And Transat is inviting the curious to learn more about London to discover the city through the eyes of Emanuel (supervisor, sales and services at Air Transat), who has a passion for travel. Emanuel knows the city quite well, having spent some years there. He shares some of his favourite spots with viewers in an inspiring video series. His personal tour includes Columbia Road Flower Market and afternoon tea at Barbican Conservatory.
For more, check out Experience Transat .