|Top holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£195|
|Family holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£195|
|Budget holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£195|
London is situated in Ontario, roughly halfway between Detroit and Toronto. Whilst having borrowed its name and many architectural influences from its English counterpart, London has developed a distinct atmosphere and charm that combines the best of both worlds. Whether peaceful garden walks, a look into its history, or sophisticated urban lifestyle, holiday-makers will find whatever they need to escape the everyday on London holidays.
Situated in the EST timezone (UTC-5, -4 in summer), its convenient location means that London holidays are easily accessible, whether by flights to its airport, or well established rail and road links from Toronto, Montreal, Detroit and other major cities. Many holiday-makers see winter as the best time to enjoy London holidays, when the snow brings out the best of its charm. The summers are also warm and a great time to enjoy London's green spaces. London offers all the amenities of a big city, and there are accommodation options to suit any budget or preference.
There is a huge wealth of architectural wonders to explore on London holidays. With many of these situated in the central area, one excellent way to move between them is by hiring a bicycle, since London is blessed with extensive cycle paths and a grid street system that is easy to navigate. Some highlights include Eldon House, the oldest surviving residence in the city, and the one-of-a-kind Blackfriars Street Bridge.
Another great feature of London holidays is the inner-city parks, above all the iconic Victoria Park and its cheeky squirrels. For holiday-makers with children, Storybook Gardens at Springbank Park offers hours of entertainment and relaxation for children and adults alike. A good beer or coffee is never far away in London, and particular highlights include a tour of the 160-year-old Labatt Brewery, or the vibrant cafe scene of Wortley Village.