It is a little surprise London is one of the world's best tourist destinations, attracting upward of fifteen million visitors each year. British capital city is an entertainment center and vibrant arts, and fifty years after the Beatles, the country's music scene still rocks. Here are some of the best attractions of London:
One of the most recognisable places of London, St Paul's Cathedral has been a feature of the city's skyline for more than three-hundred years. Designed in the English Baroque style by Sir Christopher Wren, St Paul's is the best point of the city of London, the second biggest church in the UK and a Grade I-listed building.
Kew Gardens is London's biggest UNESCO World Heritage place and holds most diverse botanical and mycological collections in the planet. Some 30,000 types of plants and flowers and 14,000 trees live at Kew, and its staff are continually leading the field in botanical research.
It is no shock that London Eye is the UK most famous paid visitor attraction. It is the best location to get a birds-eye view of the city's contemporary architecture, including the Walkie Talkie and the Shard. It was the world's tallest Ferries Wheel when it opened in 2000, but the big structure was eventually surpassed by China 160-metre high Star of Nanchang in 2006.
The distance of London flights from Johannesburg is 9070 kilometers.
The common Johannesburg to London flight time is eleven hours and fifteen minutes.
There are thirty-four Johannesburg to London flights.
British Airways provides fourteen percent of the non-stop cheap flights from Johannesburg to London.
Sixteen flights departure from Johannesburg to London per day on average.
Evening - hundred percent of flight departures
• Johannesburg is 5,646 miles from London.
• Fourteen non-stop flights are operating from Johannesburg to London.
• American Airlines has the most nonstop flights between London and Johannesburg.
• Doha, Qatar - Hamad International Airport is the most famous link for one stop flights between London and Johannesburg.