“Information for Your Destination”


Like Paris, London was established by the Romans, around 43 AD as Londinium. The end of Roman rule in 410 AD saw the invasion of Anglo-Saxons. They ruled most of England until the Norman invasion of 1066. Viking raids starting in the 8th century led to control of London for a time under the Danish king Canute. After the Norman conquest, London emerged as a major trading center. With the defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588, Britain became the supreme maritime power in the world. This power led to the colonizing of countries in every continent, with it’s pinnacle during the Victorian age in the 19th century. With London being the seat of English and British power it rode the wave to wealth and influence around the world. All of this history is to be seen and experienced at many sights throughout London. London should be right at the top of anyone’s bucket list to visit.

Regions of Greater London

Central London

City of London
Covent Garden
Leicester Square
Notting Hill- North Kensington
Paddington-Maida Vale
South Bank
South Kensington-Chelsea

Inner London

East End

Outer London


Surrounding Counties

East Sussex
West Sussex

London Points of Interest

Bruce Castle & MuseumLandmark / MuseumCastle
Windsor CastleLandmarkCastle: Royal HistoricWindsorBerkshire
BBC Broadcasting HouseLandmarkBldg: HistoricCentral LondonBloomsbury
Bedford SquareNeighborhoodGeorgian residenceCentral LondonBloomsbury
Bloomsbury SquareNeighborhoodOldest London squareCentral LondonBloomsbury
Bloosmbury TheatreEntertainmentStag performances & playsCentral LondonBloomsbury
British MuseumMuseumHistoricalCentral LondonBloomsbury
British Telecom TowerLandmarkStructure: TowerCentral LondonBloomsbury
Camera MuseumMuseumPhotographyCentral LondonBloomsbury
Cartoon MuseumMuseumCartoons, comicsCentral LondonBloomsbury
Charles Dickens MuseumMuseumHouseCentral LondonBloomsbury
Dominion TheatreEntertainmentMusicalsCentral LondonBloomsbury
Fitzroy HouseLandmarkHouse. GB ShawCentral LondonBloomsbury
Foundling MuseumMuseumHistorical Children’s HomeCentral LondonBloomsbury
Petrie Museum of Egyptian ArchaeologyMuseumEgyptian antiquitiesCentral LondonBloomsbury
Pollock’s Toy MuseumMuseumToysCentral LondonBloomsbury
Russell SquareNeighborhoodLargest London squareCentral LondonBloomsbury
St. George’s GardenNaturalMonument, GardensCentral LondonBloomsbury
University College LondonSchoolUniversityCentral LondonBloomsbury
Wellcome CollectionMuseumMedical: artificatsCentral LondonBloomsbury
British LibraryMuseumHistoricalInner LondonCamden
British LibraryMuseumHistorical ArchivesInner LondonCamden
Camden Town Markkets (The Lock Market, The Stables Market, Camden Lock Village, Inverness St. Market, The Buck St. Market)ShoppingMarket PlacesInner LondonCamden
Canal MuseumMuseumHistoricInner LondonCamden
Jewish MuseumMuseumJewish HistoryInner LondonCamden
Regent’s CanalLandmarkCanal WalkwayInner LondonCamden
St. Pancras Old Church & CemeteryLandmark:ReligiousChurch & Graveyard: 19th centuryInner LondonCamden
All Hallows by the TowerLandmark:ReligiousChurch: 7th centuryCentral LondonCity of London
Bank of EnglandLandmarkBldg: HistoricCentral LondonCity of London
Bank of England MuseumMuseumHistorical Banking FinanceCentral LondonCity of London
Barbican ConservatoryLandmarkBotanical GardenCentral LondonCity of London
Barts Pathology MuseumMedicalCentral LondonCity of London
Bunhill FieldsNaturalGraveyardCentral LondonCity of London
Christ ChurchLandmark:ReligiousChurch: 18th centuryCentral LondonCity of London
Church of the Holy SepulchreLandmark:ReligiousChurch: SaxonCentral LondonCity of London
City of London PoliceMuseumLaw EnforcementCentral LondonCity of London
Dr. Johnson’s HouseMuseumHistorical HouseCentral LondonCity of London
Guildhall Art Gallery & Roman AmphitheatreMuseumArt & Roman RuinsCentral LondonCity of London
London MithraeumArcheologicalRoman TempleCentral LondonCity of London
Mansion HouseLandmarkBldg. House of the Lord MayorCentral LondonCity of London
MonumentLandmarkStructure: TowerCentral LondonCity of London
Museum of LondonMuseumHistoryCentral LondonCity of London
Old BaileyLandmarkBldg: Historic CourtCentral LondonCity of London
Order of St. John MuseumKnights HospitallerCentral LondonCity of London
Postman’s ParkNaturalMemorialCentral LondonCity of London
St. Bartholomew-the-GreatLandmark:ReligiousChurch: NormanCentral LondonCity of London
St. Botolph’s AldersgateLandmark:ReligiousChurch: MedievalCentral LondonCity of London
St. Giles-without-CripplegateLandmark:ReligiousChurch: MedievalCentral LondonCity of London
St. Magnus the MartyrLandmark:ReligiousChurch: 11th centuryCentral LondonCity of London
St. Margaret PattensLandmark:ReligiousChurch: 11th centuryCentral LondonCity of London
St. Mary le BowLandmark:ReligiousChurch: 9th centuryCentral LondonCity of London
St. Mary-at-Hill
Landmark:ReligiousChurch: 17th centuryCentral LondonCity of London
St. Pauls CathedralLandmark:ReligiousCathedralCentral LondonCity of London
St. Sepulchre-without-NewgateLandmark:ReligiousChurch: 12th centuryCentral LondonCity of London
St. Stephen WalbrookLandmark:ReligiousChurch: 17th centuryCentral LondonCity of London
The Sky GardenLandmarkBldg: skyscraper vistaCentral LondonCity of London
Tower BridgeLandmarkStructure: BridgeCentral LondonCity of London
Tower of London *LandmarkFortress: MedievalCentral LondonCity of London
Wesley’s ChapelLandmark:ReligiousChurch – MissionCentral LondonCity of London
Ben Franklin HouseLandmarkHistorical HouseCentral LondonCovent Garden
Charring CrossShoppingCentral LondonCovent Garden
Cleopatra’s NeedleLandmarkEygptian ObeliskCentral LondonCovent Garden
Covent Garden Piazza & MarketLandmarkShopping squareCentral LondonCovent Garden
London Transport MuseumMuseumTransportationCentral LondonCovent Garden
Seven DialsLandmarkShopping IntersectionCentral LondonCovent Garden
Elizabeth Olympic ParkLandmark2012 Olympic SiteOuter LondonEast
Brick Lane GalleryMuseumArt: Contemporary, StreetInner LondonEast End
Canary WharfNeighborhoodDocklandsInner LondonEast End
Christ ChurchLandmark:ReligiousChurch:18th century Inner LondonEast End
Dennis Sever’s HouseLandmarkBldg: HistoricInner LondonEast End
Museum of the London DocklandsMuseumHistoryInner LondonEast End
Victoria & Albert Museum of ChildhoodMuseumChildhood ArtifactsInner LondonEast End
Victoria ParkNaturalCity Park Inner LondonEast End
Whitechapel Art GalleryMuseumArt: ModernInner LondonEast End
Wilton Music HallLandmarkBldg: Historic Concert HallInner LondonEast End
BattleLandmarkBattlefield: HastingsBattleEast Sussex
EastbourneTownSea-Side resortEastbourneEast Sussex
HastingsLandmarkCastle & Seaside townHastingsEast Sussex
South-on-SeaTownSeaside, Beach & PierEssex
Maritime Greenwich *
(Cutty Sark, Old Royal Observatory, Prime Meridian, Queen’s House, Maritime Museum, Royal Naval College)

LandmarkHistorical Area
(Clipper Ship, Astronomical Site, Base line for Longitude/Latitude& Time, Old Royal Palace, Maritime Bldg: Historic
Inner LondonGreenwich
Bishop’s ParkNaturalCity ParkInner LondonHammersmith-Fulham
Fulham PalaceLandmarkBldg: HistoricalInner LondonHammersmith-Fulham
Hurlingham ParkNaturalCity ParkInner LondonHammersmith-Fulham
Kensal Green CemeteryNaturalCemetery:Georgian-VictorianInner LondonHammersmith-Fulham
Queen’s ClubLandmarkBldg: HistoricInner LondonHammersmith-Fulham
Ravenscourt ParkNaturalCity ParkInner LondonHammersmith-Fulham
Wormwood ScrubsNaturalCity ParkInner LondonHammersmith-Fulham
Winchester CathedralLandmark: ReligiousCathedralWinchesterHampshire
Burgh House & Hampstead MuseumMuseumLocal HistoryInner LondonHampstead
Camden Arts CenterMuseumContemporaryInner LondonHampstead
Fenton HouseLandmarkBldg: HistoricInner LondonHampstead
Freud MuseumMuseumBiographicalInner LondonHampstead
Hampstead Heath (Parliament Hill, Bathing Ponds, Hill Garden & Pergola, Kewood HouseNaturalCity Park: forested & scenicInner LondonHampstead
Hampstead Parish ChurchLandmark:ReligiousChurch & GraveyardInner LondonHampstead
Highgate CemeteryNaturalCemeteryInner LondonHampstead
Keats HouseLandmarkHistoric HouseInner LondonHampstead
Primrose HillNaturalScenic ViewInner LondonHampstead
Grays InnLandmarkBldgs: Historical courtCentral LondonHolburn-Clerkenwell
Hunterian MuseumMuseumMedicalCentral LondonHolburn-Clerkenwell
Islington MuseumMuseumLocal HistoryCentral LondonHolburn-Clerkenwell
Lincoln’s Inn (Sir John Soane’s Museum)LandmarkPark, Bldgs: Historical
Museum: Architecture
Central LondonHolburn-Clerkenwell
Myddelton SquareNaturalCity SquareCentral LondonHolburn-Clerkenwell
Royal Courts of JusticeLandmarkBldg: HistoricalCentral LondonHolburn-Clerkenwell
Somerset HouseMuseumArtCentral LondonHolburn-Clerkenwell
TempleLandmark:ReligiousChurch: Romanesque/Knights TemplerCentral LondonHolburn-Clerkenwell
Two Temple PlaceLandmarkBldg: Historical HouseCentral LondonHolburn-Clerkenwell
Arsenal MuseumMuseumSports: FootballInner LondonIslington
City Road Basin PlazaLandmarkCanal way & ParkInner LondonIslington
Crafts CouncilMuseumContemporary CraftsInner LondonIslington
Gillespie park Ecology CentreNaturalLearning CenterInner LondonIslington
Highgate WoodNaturalCity park; WoodedInner LondonIslington
Parasol UnitMuseumContemporary GalleryInner LondonIslington
Brighton TownBeach & PierBrightonKent
Canterbury Cathedral *Landmark: ReligiousCathedralCanterburyKent
DoverNatural LandmarkWhite Cliffs, CastleDoverKent
Bansky TunnelLandmarkGraffiti displayInner LondonLambeth
Brixton MarketsShoppingFood, clothes, etc.Inner LondonLambeth
Brockwell ParkNaturalHilly Green parkInner LondonLambeth
Imperial War MuseumMuseumMilitaryInner LondonLambeth
Kennington ParkNaturalGardensInner LondonLambeth
Lambeth PalaceLandmarkBldg: HistoricalInner LondonLambeth
Museum of Garden HistoryMuseumBotanicalInner LondonLambeth
SIS/ MI6 BuildingLandmarkBldg: GovernmentInner LondonLambeth
ChinatownNeighborhoodRestaurantsCentral LondonLeicester Square
Leicester Square GardenNaturalGardenCentral LondonLeicester Square
Trafalgar Square (National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, Nelson’s Column, St. Martins in the Fields, Edith Cavell Memorial)
Landmark. Museum, Monument, Religious, MemorialSquare, Art, Column, Church, StatueCentral LondonLeicester Square
Theatre DistrictEntertainmentPlays, Musicals, CinemaCentral LondonLeicester Square / Covent Garden
Bond Street ShoppingDesigner StoresCentral LondonMayfair-Marylebone
Handel HouseMuseumBiographicalCentral LondonMayfair-Marylebone
High StreetShoppingUpscale shops & eateriesCentral LondonMayfair-Marylebone
Madame TussaudsMuseumWax WorksCentral LondonMayfair-Marylebone
Marble ArchLandmarkStructure: ArchCentral LondonMayfair-Marylebone
Oxford Street
  • Selfridges
  • John Lewis
  • Liberty
  • Shopping
  • Department Store
  • Department Store
  • Department Store
  • Central LondonMayfair-Marylebone
    Regents Park (ZSL London Zoo, Central Mosque)AttractionCity Park, Zoological Gardens, MosqueCentral LondonMayfair-Marylebone
    Royal Academy of ArtsMuseumArtCentral LondonMayfair-Marylebone
    Sherlock Holmes MuseumMuseumBiographicalCentral LondonMayfair-Marylebone
    Wallace CollectionMuseumArtCentral LondonMayfair-Marylebone
    Wellington ArchLandmarkStructure:archCentral LondonMayfair-Marylebone
    RAF MuseumMuseumMilitary: AviationOuter LondonNorth
    Wembley StadiumLandmarkSports Outer LondonNorth
    Design MuseumMuseumDesignCentral LondonNotting Hill-Kensington
    Holland ParkNaturalWoodland, GardensCentral LondonNotting Hill-Kensington
    Leighton HouseLandmarkHouse:VictorianCentral LondonNotting Hill-Kensington
    Maharajah Duleep SinghLandmarkHouse: HistoricCentral LondonNotting Hill-Kensington
    Museum of Brands, Packaging & Advertising MuseumConsumer Goods HistoryCentral LondonNotting Hill-Kensington
    Portobello RoadShoppingAntiques, clothing, produceCentral LondonNotting Hill-Kensington
    Stafford TerraceLandmarkMuseum: Victorian HouseCentral LondonNotting Hill-Kensington
    Abbey Road StudiosLandmarkRecording Studios & CrosswalkCentral LondonPaddington-Maida Vale
    Little VeniceLandmarkCanal WalkwayCentral LondonPaddington-Maida Vale
    Hampton Court LandmarkPalace: Royal HistoricOuter LondonRichmond-Kew
    Royal Botanic Gardens Kew *NaturalGardensOuter LondonRichmond-Kew
    The National ArchivesMuseumHistoricalOuter LondonRichmond-Kew
    Berwick StreetShoppingMarketsCentral LondonSoho
    Carnaby StreetShoppingBoutiques-CafesCentral LondonSoho
    Photographer’s GalleryMuseumPhotographyCentral LondonSoho
    Soho SquareNaturalCity SquareCentral LondonSoho
    Archbishop’s ParkNaturalPark & playgroundCentral LondonSouth Bank
    Borough MarketShoppingFood MarketsCentral LondonSouth Bank
    Fashion & Textile MuseumMuseumTextileCentral LondonSouth Bank
    Garden MuseumMuseumBotanicalCentral LondonSouth Bank
    HMS BelfastLandmarkBattleshipCentral LondonSouth Bank
    Lambeth PalaceLandmarkHistorical: Bishop’s residenceCentral LondonSouth Bank
    London Bridge ExperienceAttractionScare AttractionCentral LondonSouth Bank
    London EyeAttractionFerris WheelCentral LondonSouth Bank
    London Fire Brigade MuseumMuseumVictorian Fire StationCentral LondonSouth Bank
    Sea Life LondonAttractionAquariumCentral LondonSouth Bank
    Shakespeare’s GlobeEntertainmentTheatreCentral LondonSouth Bank
    South Bank LionLandmarkMonument StatueCentral LondonSouth Bank
    Southbank Centre (Queen Elizabeth Hall, Undercroft, National Theatre)
    LandmarkMusic Hall, Walkway, Audiroriums
    Central LondonSouth Bank
    Southwark CathedralLandmark:ReligiousCathedralCentral LondonSouth Bank
    Tate ModernMuseumModernCentral LondonSouth Bank
    The ShardLandmarkBldg: SkyscraperCentral LondonSouth Bank
    Topolski CenturyLandmarkPaintingCentral LondonSouth Bank
    Winchester PalaceLandmarkPalaceCentral LondonSouth Bank
    Billionaries’ RowNeighborhoodBldgs: EmbassiesCentral LondonS. Kensington-Chelsea
    Brompton CemeteryLandmarkCemetery:HistoricCentral LondonS. Kensington-Chelsea
    Brompton OratoryLandmark:ReligiousChurch: 19th centuryCentral LondonS. Kensington-Chelsea
    Carlyle’s HouseLandmarkBldg. Historic HouseCentral LondonS. Kensington-Chelsea
    Chelsea Old ChurchLandmark: ReligiousChurch: 12th centuryCentral LondonS. Kensington-Chelsea
    Chelsea Physic GardenLandmark17th century GreenhouseCentral LondonS. Kensington-Chelsea
    HarrodsShoppingDepartment StoreCentral LondonS. Kensington-Chelsea
    Holy Trinity ChurchLandmark: ReligiousChurch: OrnateCentral LondonS. Kensington-Chelsea
    Hyde Park
  • Diana Fountain
  • The Serpentine
  • Speakers Corner
  • NaturalCity park
  • Memorial Fountain
  • Lake
  • Public Debate area
  • Central LondonS. Kensington-Chelsea
    Kensington Gardens
  • Kensington Palace
  • Albert Memorial
  • The Serpentine Gallery
  • NaturalCity Gardens
  • Royal Palace
  • Monument
  • Museum: Art
  • Central LondonS. Kensington-Chelsea
    Kensington PalaceLandmarkPalaceCentral LondonS. Kensington-Chelsea
    Kensington Roof GardensLandmarkThemed GardensCentral LondonS. Kensington-Chelsea
    King RoadShoppingStreet: Fashion StoresCentral LondonS. Kensington-Chelsea
    Royal Albert HallLandmarkAuditoriumCentral LondonS. Kensington-Chelsea
    Royal HospitalLandmarkBldg: HistoricCentral LondonS. Kensington-Chelsea
    Brunel MuseumMuseumEngineeringInner LondonSouthward-Lewisham
    Crystal Palace ParkNaturalCity Park Inner LondonSouthward-Lewisham
    Dulwich Picture GalleryMuseumArtInner LondonSouthward-Lewisham
    Fashion & Textiles MuseumMuseumFashioInner LondonSouthward-Lewisham
    The Cuming MuseumMuseumHistoryInner LondonSouthward-Lewisham
    The Horniman MuseumMuseumAfrican & Asia AnthropologyInner LondonSouthward-Lewisham
    London BridgeLandmarkStructure:BridgeInner LondonSouthwark & Lewisham
    Battersea ParkNaturalRiverside ParkInner LondonWandsworth
    Battersea Power StationLandmarkBldg: HistoricInner LondonWandsworth
    Clapham CommonNaturalCity ParkInner LondonWandsworth
    St. Mary’s ChurchLandmark: ReligiousChurch: 9th century siteInner LondonWandsworth
    Wandsworth MuseumMuseumLocal HistoryInner LondonWandsworth
    Banqueting HouseLandmarkPalace, MuseumCentral LondonWestminster
    Buckingham PalaceLandmarkRoyal PalaceCentral LondonWestminster
    Cabinet War Rooms & Churchill MuseumMuseum / LandmarkMuseum: WarCentral LondonWestminster
    Downing StreetLandmarkPrime Minster OfficeCentral LondonWestminster
    Green ParkNaturalCity ParkCentral LondonWestminster
    Guards MuseumMuseumMilitaryCentral LondonWestminster
    Henry VII Lady ChapelLandmark:ReligiousChurch:MedievalCentral LondonWestminster
    Household Cavalry MuseumMuseumHistoric Horse GuardsCentral LondonWestminster
    Jermyn StreetShoppingClothing StoresCentral LondonWestminster
    Palace of Westminster * (Houses of Parliament, Elizabeth II Tower, Big Ben)LandmarkPalace, House of Lords & Commons, Tower with famous clockCentral LondonWestminster
    St. James PalaceLandmarkRoyal PalaceCentral LondonWestminster
    St. James ParkNaturalCity ParkCentral LondonWestminster
    Tate BritainMuseumArtCentral LondonWestminster
    Westminster Abbey *Landmark:ReligiousChurch-MasoleumCentral LondonWestminster
    Westminster CathedralLandmarkCathedralCentral LondonWestminster
    Lawn Tennis MuseumMuseumTennisOuter LondonWimledon

    Day Trips

    🏛 UNESCO World Heritage Site

    Bath 🏛
    Blenheim Palace 🏛
    Canterbury 🏛
    The Cotswolds

    Dorset & East Devon Coast 🏛
    Downton Abbey

    Stonehenge & Avebury 🏛
    Warwick Castle
    White Cliffs of Dover & Hastings
    Windsor Castle

    London Tourism Links…

    Visit LondonLondonTownLondon.comLondon.netLondon Tourism Map-pdf

    London Weather & Climate

    London has a temperate climate without the extremes found in continental Europe. There are four distinct seasons, although the weather can be unpredictable, with out-of-season storms, icy spells, and even heatwaves. Summer temperatures range from 57F (14C) to 75F (24C), while average winter temperatures range from 37F (3C) to 46F (8C). July is the hottest summer month, averaging 66F (19C), and January is the coldest winter month, averaging 39F (4C). London is a great city to visit whatever the weather, but most visitors prefer to visit between April and October, when the temperature is usually warm and the days are long and frequently sunny.


    Many options are available flying into London as many airlines offer flights from international and domestic locations. Express transportation is accessible from airports to the center of London.
    LHR London Heathrow – 14 miles west of central London, this is Europe’s largest and busiest airport with the most international arrivals. Currently there are non-stop flights to 30 US cities. This is British Airways main hub with connections to many other European cities.. The Heathrow Express runs non-stop to Paddington Station every 15 min. Also TfL Rail and the underground Piccadilly line to the city center. Buses provide service into the city and bus #9 operates from midnight to 5:00 to Piccadilly and Trafalgar Square.
    LGW London Gatwick – London’ 2nd largest airport is 29 miles south of central London. There are non-stop flights to 12 US cities. The Gatwick Express run non-stop service to Waterloo station every 15 min. Trains are available to Victoria Station or London Bridge Station. Thameslink rail has service to St. Pancras Station. Bus service to the city on easyBus & National Express.
    LCY London City Airport – Small airport located 7 miles east of central London is only used by small aircraft for predominantly short haul flights. Serviced by the DLR line. Hub for BA City Flyer. Transportation is on DLR light rail to Bank Station and other underground lines in City of London.
    LTN London Luton Located 35 miles north of London. Predominately used by low-cost and charter carriers with most flights to European or Middle-Eastern locations. Train from Luton Airport Parkway a mile from the terminal is linked by shuttle bus. Train goes to St. Pancras, Blackfriars & London Bridge stations in London. National Express bus goes to Victoria Station.
    STN Stansted Airport – London 3rd airport is located 3o miles northeast of the city. Dominated by low-cost carriers, especially Ryanair. Most flights are to the UK and Europe. The Stansted Express train goes to Liverpool Street Station.
    SEN London Southend Airport – Service to Europe destinations provided by Aer Lingus and Easyjet. Southend Jetlink Bus goes to Victoria Station & Embankment Station.

    Public Transportation

    Suburban Trains: National Rail (C2C,Chiltern, GWR, Thameslink, Abelio, Southern, South Western, Southeastern) , TfL Rail) (National rail route maps)

    The T/l Rail Overground Lines (Overground route maps) with termini:
    East London lines, Dalston Junction ↔︎ New Cross / Dalston Junction ↔︎ Clapham Junction / Highbury & Islington ↔︎ Crystal Palace / Highbury & Islington ↔︎ West Croydon
    North London lines, Richmond ↔︎ Stratford / Clapham Junction ↔︎ Stratford
    Watford DC line, Watford Junction ↔︎ London Euston
    Gospel Oak to Barking line, Gospel Oak ↔︎ Barking line
    Lea Valley lines, London Liverpool Street ↔︎ Enfield Town / London Liverpool Street ↔︎ Cheshunt / London Liverpool Street ↔︎ Chingford
    Romford-Upminster line, Romford ↔︎ Upminster
    Heathrow Express – Express airport train from Heathrow airport ↔︎ Paddington Station
    Gatwick Express – Express airport train from Gatwick airport ↔︎ Waterloo Station & also south to Brighton
    Stansted Express– Express airport train from Stanstead airport ↔︎ Liverpool Street Station

    Train Stations in London
    BFR London Blackfriars StationThameslink Line serves Gatwick Airport and Brighton. Southeastern Railway serves south and south east London and England
    CST London Canon Street Station –  Southeastern Railway serves south and south east London and England
    CHX London Charing Cross StationSoutheastern Railway serves south and south east London and England
    EUS London Euston StationLondon Northwestern Railway serves the Midlands, north-west England and west Scotland
    FST London Fenchurch StationC2C Rail line serves commuter towns north of the Thames estuary
    KGX London King’s Cross StationGreat Northern railway serves north-east England and east Scotland.
    LST London Liverpool Street StationGreater Anglia rail line serves East Anglia & Stanstead Airport Express
    LBG London Bridge Station –  Thameslink, Southern & Souteastern Railway serves south and south east London and England.
    MYB London Marylebone StationChiltern Railways has lines with termini to: Oxford, Aylesbury Vale Parkway, Stratford-upon-Avon, Kidderminster
    PAD London Paddington StationGreat Western Railway serves South West England, West London, Wales & Heathrow Express serves the airport
    SPX London St. Pancras Intl. Station –  Eurostar serves the European continent, East Midlands Railway serves Bedford, Thameslink serves Luton Airport
    VIC London Victoria StationSouthern & Southeastern Railway serve south east London, Kent and Sussex Brighton, Dover & Gatwick Express serves the airport
    WAT London Waterloo StationSouteastern Railway & South Western railways serve south west London and southern England
    WAE London Waterloo East Station –  Souteastern Railway provides lines to south and south east London and England

    Light Rail / TramTfL (DLR, Tramlink)
    The Docklands Light Railway (DLR) (DLR route maps)
    lines with termini:
    Bank – Lewisham line, Shadwell ↔︎ Elverson Road
    Bank – Woolwich Arsenal line, Shadwell ↔︎ King George V
    Tower Gateway – Beckton line, Shadwell ↔︎ Gallions Reach
    Stratford – Lewisham or Canary Wharf line, Pudding Mill Lane ↔︎ Elverson Road
    Stratford – Woolwich Arsenal line, Stratford ↔︎ King George V
    Tramlink, (tram route map) Only in southern suburbs with termini:
    Wimbledon / Elmers End line, Elmers End ↔︎ Wimbledon / Elmers End ↔︎ Wellesley Road
    Wimbledon / Beckenham Junction line, Beckenham Junction ↔︎ Wimbledon / Beckenham Junction ↔︎ Wellesley Road
    New Addington / West Croyden line, New Addington Wellesley Road

    Metro / SubwayTfL The London Underground (Tube route maps)
    (The Tube) Lines with terminis:
    Bakerloo (brown) line, Harrow & Wealdstone ↔︎ Elephant & Castle
    Central (red) line, Ealing Broadway / West Ruslip ↔︎ Epping
    Circle (yellow) line, Hammersmith ↔︎ Edgware Road
    District (green) line, Ealing Broadway / Richmond / Edgware Road ↔︎ Wimbledon / Kensington / Upminster
    Hammersmith & City (pink) line, Hammersmith ↔︎ Barking
    Jubilee (grey) line, Stanmore ↔︎ Stratford
    Metropolitan (magenta) line, Amersham / Chesham / Uxbridge ↔︎ Aldgate
    Northern (black) line, Edgware / High Barnet / Mill Hill East ↔︎ Morden
    Piccadilly (dark blue) line, Heathrow Airport / Uxbridge ↔︎ Cocksfosters
    Victoria (light blue) line, Walthamstow ↔︎ Brixton
    Waterloo & City (turquoise) line, Waterloo ↔︎ Bank

    City Bus: TfL (key bus routes map)(bus spider maps)
    700 routes

    BoatThames River Services (river maps)
    Bicycles: Santander Cycles (cycle route map)
    Aerial CableEmirates Air-Line
    Transit Cards / PassesOyster Car