Flights to London
Flights to London, UK
How long is your holiday – a week a month, a year? In London you could literally visit a tourist attraction every day and stay enthralled for a year. It’s entertainment overload, with a rich history reflected in its art galleries, museums, castles and cathedrals, and its culture captured in its parks, pubs, clubs, shops, pomp and circumstance, pageantry and ghosts.
There are ways to keep the costs down too - many attractions are free, multi-pass tickets reduce the transport costs, ticket booths offer discounted theatre seats, and you can eat street snacks or in markets for a couple of quid.
What you choose to do in London, more than anywhere else in the world, will depend on your personal taste, because if you want something, there’ll be a place to find it. To enjoy the capital at its best, go in late spring or early summer for the best weather and fewer tourists.
The London Pass is a great saver if you’re going to visit a lot of attractions. The upfront fee gives you free entry to more than 60 tours and attractions.
So, if you are travelling in abroad, make sure London is on your list of places to visit. For other spectacular destinations in South Africa and the world, or for more information about London visit our destinations page.
If you are a frequent flyer, you qualify for our SAA Voyager loyalty programme. The programme aims to reward regular flyers through the accumulation of miles. These Voyager Miles can be redeemed for flights, upgrades and non-air rewards. To sign up for the SAA Voyager programme take a look at our Voyager page.