|Flying Time||16 h and 35 m||When flying from Philadelphia to London, this can take around 16 h and 35 m in flying time, however this flight duration can vary due to other factors|
|Cheapest flight||$1,348||The best price for flights from Philadelphia to London offered by eDreams, which have been found by our customers in the last 3 days|
|Departure Airport||Philadelphia International Airport||Philadelphia International Airport is where you'll take off from when flying from Philadelphia to London|
|Arrival Airport||Heathrow||You'll land at Heathrow when flying from Philadelphia to London|
Trains are 40% more expensive in London than in Philadelphia.
A meal in London costs roughly the same as in Philadelphia.
A taxi fare in London is 16% cheaper than in Philadelphia.
Coffee in London is 8% cheaper than in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, also known as the 'City of Brotherly Love', has a hip vibe - an atmosphere that attracts visitors and residents alike. The main airport, Philadelphia International Airport, handles at least 31.4 million passengers a year. There are 25 carriers at the airport serving 129 domestic and international destinations and 16 seasonal ones. A cell phone waiting lot is available where drivers can park and stay in their cars before their passengers arrive. In addition to dining facilities and shops, the airport provides animal relief areas and a nursing station for lactating mothers. Philadelphia airport is also known for its Exhibition Program, showcasing works by artists from throughout the region.
The airport is located seven miles from the city center. It is accessible by public transport using the SEPTA Regional Rail 1. You can get on the rail at any of the stations in downtown Philadelphia including 30th Street, Suburban and Pennsylvania Convention Center. SEPTA buses routes 37, 108 and 115 go to the airport as well. By car, you should drive on the I-95 South or the I-76 East. In addition to taxis and limousines, share ride vans are also available to take you to the airport to catch flights from Philadelphia to London.
London is brimming with history, arts and culture; it is not possible to cover everything in one visit. Every corner of this bustling metropolis is filled with historic attractions, from the British Museum and the University of London to Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus. The multi-ethnic influences of various cultures truly bring a different flavor and charm to the city offering guests different cuisines, lively music and dance. Browse through the animated market at Notting Hill or visit Hackney for its thriving art scene. There is no shortage of activities either for people who like to socialize at night. Soho in central London has many chic restaurants, clubs and bars to keep the fun going.
There are five airports serving the city of London: Heathrow Airport, Gatwick Airport, Stansted Airport, Southend Airport, Luton Airport and City Airport. Heathrow is well-connected to the city using the Underground (or the Tube). Taxis, shuttles, buses and limousine services are also offered to get around London. From Gatwick, you can use trains (Gatwick Express and Southern Rail), buses and taxis. Stansted to city center is reachable using coaches, trains and taxis. Coaches and trains are available from Luton to London. London City Airport is close to the city served by bus, car and the Dockland Light Railway (DLR). London Southend is served by taxis, trains and buses.