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The capital and largest city of England and the United Kingdom.

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If you went from A2 to A3 on the A205 then here is your route superimposed on the London Congestion Charge map. So the answer is: no charge. …
answered Sep 23 by Weather Vane
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Optimal in terms of time or money? London has 5 airports, but a US citizen will probably transit through Heathrow. There are three reasonable options to go to central London. Taxi. Expensive but … . Underground. Is the cheapest option. The Piccadilly line will take you to central London in less than an hour, but is boring. Not subject to overland traffic problems, it is easy to use, and with little luggage; that is my optimal choice. …
answered Aug 4 '18 by Weather Vane
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The congestion charge applies between 7am – 6pm Monday to Friday except bank holidays. The fee is £11.50 per vehicle per day if you pay in advance or before midnight on the day you enter the zone, but …
answered Nov 28 '17 by Weather Vane
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Bonus 2 Here is a map showing night tube lines which includes Picadilly line between Earls Court and Heathrow. But 3 a.m. Friday is not "Friday night" so I checked further. I tried to plan your jour …
answered Jul 13 '17 by Weather Vane