Come to London to learn English and explore the world, history, and English culture. A comprehensive program for a successful immersion!
London is not only the capital of England, but it is also a melting pot of cultures where dozens of nationalities come together. You will learn English while discovering the food, customs, and products from around the world. It's an enriching experience in every way!
London has not lost its authenticity. Many beautifully preserved historical monuments bear witness to England's history, such as Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, and Trafalgar Square.
When it comes to cultural heritage, you won't be disappointed either. Numerous museums, theaters, cafes, and concert halls dot the city, offering you ample opportunities for entertainment while immersing yourself in English culture.
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8,416 millions inhabitants
Megalopolis, River, Plains
1 hour and 35 minutes
London is the capital and largest city of the United Kingdom. It is located 50km west of the estuary of the River Thames, which flows through it, in the southeast of England. The city is situated in predominantly flat countryside, with few hills. It has a typical oceanic climate, with regular, light rainfall throughout the year. Summers are mild and rarely very hot, while winters are cool, although extremely cold temperatures and heavy snowfall are rare. Average annual temperatures generally range between 8°C and 23.5°C.
The history of London dates back to Roman times. It was the first city they established during their conquest of Britain in the 1st century, and from the very beginning, it experienced significant economic and demographic growth. This was largely due to the fact that it was one of the few crossing points over the River Thames until the 18th century. From 1825 to 1925, London was the most populous city in the world. Although it is no longer the case today, it remains a leading metropolis due to its status as a global financial center and its reputation as a multicultural and world-class artistic city.
Take a stroll among the skyscrapers of the famous City, London's bustling and dynamic business district. Explore the vibrant West End area, with its countless shops along Oxford Street, which boasts 300 stores, or visit Covent Garden, the former central market turned indoor shopping center. Don't miss the opportunity to experience London's nightlife, which is among the most vibrant and diverse in the world, with countless clubs and bars catering to various styles. From Soho to Leicester Square in the city center, to Hoxton in the East, or Brixton in the South, there is something for everyone.
The public transportation network in London is one of the most extensive in the world, featuring the famous London Underground (the Tube), buses, and suburban trains. There is also an ongoing project to reintroduce trams to the city center. Taxis are plentiful in London, and you can also find river cruises and river buses along the Thames. The cost of living in London is lower than in Geneva but comparable to Paris. Expect to pay around €60 for a meal for two in a standard-class restaurant and €77 for a pair of jeans like Levi's 501.
London Tourist Office:
London Pass, 11a Charing Cross Road, London WC2H 0EP, U.K.
Phone: +44 20 7293 0972.