Book flights to London Stansted (STN) with Eurowings for as little as €16.99*.
* Basic fare, unless indicated otherwise – checked luggage is subject to surcharges. Price per leg and person. Limited seating capacity.
London has long been regarded as an international metropolis, not least because of its many attractions and destinations. Holidaymakers can reach the city centre relatively quickly via public transport from London-Stansted (STN) Airport. If this is your first visit to London, you should either take a guided tour or discover the most beautiful sights with the red tourist bus (hop on, hop off). If you've set aside a little more time, you should definitely take a trip to the region surrounding London as it is a real contrast to the hustle and bustle of the city. The numerous clubs and pubs have much in store of an evening, the prices for entry and drinks, however, may be somewhat higher than you are used to.
London is one of the most vibrant and beautiful cities in the country. Book your London-Stansted (STN) flights now and soak up the unique atmosphere of the English capital. The nice thing about London is that you can explore the city on your own. The Tube is designed so that a train goes every few minutes from each stop. And with a map in hand, the most interesting sights are easy to discover. Every visitor to London should of course see the London Eye, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Greenwich Park and Hyde Park. The city is of course also home to many museums and theatres, which may be of particular interest to culture lovers.
Not for nothing is London considered a fashion capital, as there are thousands of little shops selling unique clothes and accessories. Book your London-Stansted (STN) flights now and discover this fashion metropolis. Boasting more than 30,000 shops, London has the right shop for every style. Individualists in particular will find something to suit on the markets. The city's many bars and pubs have recently had their licensing hour restrictions lifted, so that you can party into the early hours in some of London's clubs and pubs.