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Quickest and Easiest Way from Heathrow to Central London

Located in London Borough of Hillingdon is UK’s largest and busiest airport, London Heathrow.  Heathrow handles over 75 million passengers every year and serves over 100 destinations across the world. The airport is made of five passenger terminals and all the terminals offer easy access to both public and private transport. A majority of passengers from Heathrow travel to Central London which is one of the busiest, most urbanised and convenient location in London.

Central London is home to some of the greatest monuments of the country such as Trafalgar Square, Big Ben, London Tower Bridge and Buckingham Palace. The place also has a string of top class restaurants and traditional pubs. No matter what your budget is and what specific facilities you are looking for, accommodation options in Central London are exhaustive. For all the above reasons, a number of passengers choose to drive directly to Central London from Heathrow.

To travel from Heathrow to Central London, there are several options open to passengers. There is the Heathrow Express that connects all terminals to Paddington in few minutes. Then there is the Heathrow Connect, Underground Tube, private coaches which takes passengers from the airport right into the heart of the city. However most passengers opt to hire a minicab even before they land in the airport for more than one reason.

Most attractive features of minicabs in Heathrow are its promptness and comfort. To avail the convenience of minicabs, passengers can book their service through online portals. These portals are easy to use, completely transparent and very safe. Passengers can also mention their specific needs such as infant seats, online discounts and so on during the time of booking through portals.

Minicabs are available throughout the year. Public holidays and peak winters do not hamper their service, thus making London airport minicab the most reliable means of door-to-door service in London. First time visitors and passengers with infants and toddlers travelling from Heathrow to Central London should definitely book their minicab service in advance as this relieves them from the anxiety of finding their way through a busy city.


The British Royal Family’s New Princess

Author Totally Airports    Category London     Tags

New born princess of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was born on Saturday 2nd May 2015 around 8.34 am at the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital. She is the second child for Prince William (Duke of Cambridge) and Catherine (Duchess of Cambridge), second Grand-Child for Prince Charles (Prince of Wales) and Diana (Princess of Wales), 5th Grand-child for Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip (Duke of Edinburgh). The baby is fourth in line to the British throne, after her grandfather Prince Charles, her father William and her elder brother George. Leaders around the world congratulated William and Kate with joy for the new born baby girl of the Royal Family.

The baby will be known as Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge. By choosing the name, the Duke also made sure that his mother’s memory will live on in the next generation of the Royal family, thus making the new baby a living tribute to the mother the Prince lost when he was 15 years old.

The Royal Mint has unveiled a design of new £5 coin to mark the birth of the new princess. It is the second coin to have been released to celebrate a royal birth, followed by the toddler’s brother Prince George in 2013.




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