The EDF Energy London Eye, London’s most iconic landmark, is delighted to offer its newest experience for Christmas 2012, the London Eye Barracuda. The beautiful vintage cruiser is available for private hire allowing guests to celebrate the Christmas festivities and take in London’s stunning views from a different perspective on the River Thames.
The Olympic Flame has started its 70-day tour of the UK in the run-up to the London 2012 Games. The Torch will travel an estimated 8,000 miles around the UK giving thousands of communities and individuals their moment to shine as the Olympic Flame comes to a place near them.
Visitors and athletes are descending on London today for the 2012 Virgin London Marathon. More than 37,500 runners – including athletes, joggers, celebrities, world record breakers and charity fundraisers - have registered to participate in the race.
Caribbean Airlines is launching flights from Piarco, Trinidad to Gatwick, London, with four weekly non-stop flights on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays, starting 14 June 2012. Tickets for the new service, which be operated by a 767 – 300 ER aircraft, will go on sale today.
A recent survey conducted by holiday home specialists Owners Direct has revealed that 50% of Brits in the South East who plan to, or have already rented out their homes for the Olympics are looking to escape the UK for a Mediterranean break.
The best thing is that many of the exhibitions on offer in the capital are entirely FREE, and sure to captivate your imagination. Explore this unforgettable capital. Following are merely a few of the displays you simply must see on a London tour:
Today, the EDF Energy London Eye is delighted to announce its brand new in-capsule experience, which will be available to all guests who visit London’s most iconic landmark. The London Eye’s capsules are now complete with state of the art Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 devices, displaying bespoke content created by LMC design and Henry Stuart Photography exclusively for the London Eye.
Corinthia Hotel London welcomed the UK Minister for Culture, Ed Vaizey, and his esteemed panel of judges, including Downton Abbey’s, Dan Stevens, to announce the winner of the five-star hotel’s inaugural arts patronage initiative, the Corinthia Artist in Residency.
London has some of the most fascinating museums in the world. You can learn, be amused or get scared by London’s most famous museums. Hotels in London are usually not as crowded during January, so it’s easy to find a good deal on a room. Flight tickets are less costly during January also, and by saving money on hotels and transportation, you’ll have extra to spend on your holiday.