If you’re looking to visit England odds are you’ll be arriving in our nation via one of the world’s biggest and busiest airports, Heathrow Airport (Also known as London Heathrow) is here to handle all of your travel needs as you arrive in the United Kingdom. No matter if you’re planning on staying in England or taking the Chunnel to get to France and the rest of Europe, or you’re planning on visiting the rest of the UK, making your way through Heathrow will almost assuredly be part of the adventure. Beginning as an airstrip in the 1920s Heathrow has grown and become one of the key international airports in the world.
When you visit Heathrow Airport you’ll have tons of dining options to allow you to fly on a full belly. With coffee shops from Café Nero to Starbucks offering all their trademark options for all your caffeinated beverage needs to plenty of British pubs that offer you beer and food in the style that the Brits are known. From restaurants overseen by Gordon Ramsay and Heston Blumenthal to juice bars that serve hot dogs, to top-end sushi you’ll find just about anything and everything when you’re looking for a meal at Heathrow Airport.
Heathrow Airport also had a massive amount of stores for all your shopping needs. You can find all sorts of duty free products for purchase as you wait for your flight to arrive. If you need your currency exchanged for trips abroad, or you are looking to get some British Pounds before heading into London you’ll be able to handle these exchanges with no problem at all at Travelex. If you’re looking for something to read on your flight the Bookshop by WH Smith will give you plenty of options from current best sellers, classics, to magazines and newspapers they have all the bases covered. Be sure to stop by the Harry Potter shop to get your kids all the Hogwarts themed souvenirs they’ve been begging you for. If you’re looking for some fun while you’re killing time check out Voyager Entertainment and enjoy some video games or try your luck on some fruit machines.
If you’ve more than a few hours before your flight you should stop by Windsor Castle and check out this incredible piece of British history. The site of the most recent Royal Wedding Windsor Castle has stood since the 11th century and while it’s been constantly renovated it still maintains much of that ancient history. Heathrow Airport offers transportation to and from Windsor Castle allowing you to plan your sightseeing trip without worrying about missing your flight.
If castles aren’t your thing you could always check out Legoland. This part has all sorts of rides and Lego-based displays for you and your family to enjoy. Try to get a high score on the Kingdom of the Pharaohs ride. Cool off on the rides on the Pirate Shores and take in all the different major cities in the world in miniature form at Miniland.
No matter what you’re planning on doing, Heathrow Airport is here to make your experience a positive one.