Country information

Capital: London

Language: English

Currency: Pound Sterling 

Time difference: 1 hour, it is one hour behind France.

Climate: temperate with frequent precipitation all year round but often light drizzle 

Things to see and do

Things not to miss: Piccadilly Circus, the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, the changing of the guard at Buckingham palace, Big Ben, Tower Bridge…

In terms of culture, there is a vast choice of activities to enjoy. There are many museums and entry is often free: the British Museum (human culture and history museum), the National Gallery (Art Museum) or the Tate Modern (contemporary art museum) are amongst the most popular!

There is always an event in London: the January sales, Fashion Week in February, Saint Patrick's day in March or the London Marathon in April! 


The London Pass is a pre-paid chip and pin card which provides access to 60 paying tourist attractions in London, and priority access to some of the most popular sites and access to London transport (as an option with London transport passes) as well as tips and special offers. 

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