While London is one of the most happening and interesting cities on the planet, it also has many offbeat museums, quaint pubs and medieval streets to explore. If you have finished visiting the more popular museums such as Tate, the British Museum and the Science Museum, you could probably explore the Hunterian Museum. This museum exhibits macabre objects such as body parts in jars, which is not surprising as it is managed by the Royal College of Surgeons. Take a walk around the cobbled streets of Central London, which haven't changed much since medieval times. After dark, head toward Paddington and walk into the Victoria pub, and order black pudding with beer.
Arriving to the city centre
Flights from BCN to London may land at any of its six major airports. If you land at Heathrow, take the Heathrow Express to reach Paddington Station in just 15 minutes. Landing at Gatwick shouldn't be a problem either. Get on Gatwick Express to reach Victoria Station in less than half an hour. To get to Central London from Luton Airport, train journey may last around 40 minutes. Stansted and Southend airports are located in Sussex and are around 50 minutes away from Liverpool Street. If you land at London City Airport, consider yourself lucky as it is already within city limits. Taxis can be hailed from all the six airports.