You are never short of things to do in London. The famous city is packed with museums, galleries and monuments which attract visitors from across the planet. Here are some of the best attractions of the city:
Victoria and Albert Museum
Named after Price Albert and Queen Victoria, the V&A wears the crown as the world's biggest museum of decorative design and arts. Its priceless collection contains ceramics, paintings, sculptures, fashion, books and drawings from very old times to present day. Like most of London's museums, admission to the museum is free.
Tower of London
Home to the Crown Jewels, the wonderful beefeaters, and all several spooks, the Tower of London history dates back to nearly one-thousand years. Standing guard by River Thames and Tower Bridge, the medieval compound has served as a royal palace, execution site, and prison.
The National Theatre
More than 10,000 actors have treat the boards at the National Theatre adding Benedict Cumberbatch, Maggie Smith, Laurence Olivier and Judi Dench. See a play, indulge in one of the theatres tasty restaurants, or treat yourself of a backstage trip.
The official London resistance of British Empire since 1837, Buckingham Palace boasts a priceless art set and 775 rooms - 79 of which are bathrooms.
The cheap day to fly from Cape Town to London is on Monday.
The Cape Town to London flight time is 11 hour 30 minutes. Flights with a stopover generally last between 15 and 18 hours.
A direct flight take up to twelve hours, covering a distance of 3,740 miles.
There are four weekly flights operate between Cape Town and London.
• Cape Town is 9692km from London.
• There are four daily flights from Cape Town to London.
• There are four weekly flights from Cape Town to London
• Four non-stop flights are operating from Cape Town to London.
• American Airlines has the most nonstop flights between London and Cape Town.
• Johannesburg, South Africa - O.R. Tambo International is the most famous link for one stop Cape Town to London flights cheap.