¿Por qué BA?

Vuele con British Airways y disfrute de un premiado servicio, una excelente relación calidad-precio y sin comisiones ocultas:

  • Selección de asientos gratuita con 24 horas de antelación
  • Franquicia de equipaje facturado de 23 kg incluida*
  • Facturación/check-in en el aeropuerto, móvil u online
  • Servicio a bordo gratuito de comida y bebida

*No se aplica a tarifas de solo equipaje de mano

Descubra Londres

Prepárese para impregnarse de la historia y la modernidad de Londres con nuestros vuelos y vacaciones. Reciba una lección de historia durante un recorrido por la Torre de Londres, o disfrute de la extensión de la ciudad subiéndose al London Eye. Con tantas cosas que ver y hacer, Londres tiene algo que ofrecer a todo el mundo.

Hogar de conocidos lugares de referencia, tiendas de diseñadores, arte vibrante y obras de teatro: muchos eligen Londres como destino para sus vacaciones y no es difícil saber por qué. Y gracias a los vuelos de British Airways, llegará a Inglaterra rodeado de estilo. Con vuelos regulares a Londres desde cualquier parte del mundo, la ciudad está al alcance de cualquiera.

EDF Energy London Eye.

Find out what's on in London this March

London's wintry chill begins to thaw out in March, making it a good time to stroll London's parks and gardens – perhaps with your mum on Mother's Day. St Patrick's Day brings its own emerald hue to central London with a host of celebrations marking the occasion.

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LIONEL RICHIE.

1 – 8 March

Lionel Richie brings All the hits all night long to the O2 Arena for the entire month, starting from
1 March. There’s no doubt you’ll be dancing on the ceiling when you experience the unique party atmosphere.

The Truth and Memory: British Art of the First World War exhibition at the Imperial War Museum ends on 8 March. Part of the WW1 centenary events, this instillation showcases how artists shaped a memory of the conflict that endures to this day.

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SAVAGE BEAUTY.

9 – 15 March

Savage Beauty opens at the V&A on 14 March, showcasing the late Alexander Mcqueen’s visionary body of work including his unfinished AW 2010 collection. This was the most popular fashion exhibition in history when it opened in New York and London will be no exception this year.

Spend an unforgettable Mother's Day in London on 15 March. See the biggest spring flowering display at Kew Gardens. Put your shopping bags down for lunch at Harvey Nic’s Fifth Floor Dining room or take a leisurely afternoon tea at Fortnum and Mason’s (XE-8H5WQ8KUR9CZ99).

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IDEAL HOME SHOW.

16 – 22 March

While our St Patrick's Day celebrations are less prominent here than Dublin or New York’s, there will be plenty of London pubs to enjoy the craic on 17 March. There is also a large parade on
15 March, starting from Green Park and leading to a family-friendly festival in Trafalgar Square.

If it’s time for a spring clean, why not visit the Ideal Home Show from 20 March to 6 April? In its 107th year, this is perfect place to find some much needed inspiration. You’ll also pick up some fantastic tips and tricks to transform your home and garden.

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CAKE INTERNATIONAL.

23 – 31 March

It’s the last chance to catch Placebo’s critically acclaimed 'Loud Like Love’ tour in the UK, performing at Hammersmith Apollo on
24 March
. Or watch one of the funniest comedians around, Omid Djalili perform on
27 to 28 March, following a sold-out season at the Edinburgh Festival.

If the Great British Bake Off has inspired the amateur baker in you, you’ll love the Cake International – The Sugarcraft, Cake Decorating & Baking Show taking place on 27 to 29 March at Excel London.

Find out what's on in London this April

April begins with the excitement of Easter, welcoming a host of things to do over the bank holiday weekend. With Spring in full swing, it’s also the ideal time to enjoy two of the capitals prestigious outdoor sporting events. As well as enjoying the festivities of St Georges Day, where Londoners embrace English food, drink, music and traditions.

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Men in row.

1-7 April

You won’t be short of things to do over the bank holiday weekend, as the capital bursts with Easter-themed events which range from egg hunts to Easter Sunday hymns. For the fourth year running, the London Easter 10k will be taking place on 6 April in Regents Park. Pick up Easter goodies with your medal at the finish line to celebrate your efforts.

Book tickets to see super-group McBusted perform at the O2 on 4 or 5 April. Combined Busted and McFly have sold an impressive 15 million records worldwide and chalked up 14 number ones, 20 top 3 singles and 27 top ten singles.

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Man.

8-14 April

The four-and-a-quarter-mile Oxford v Cambridge Boat Race takes place on 11 April and is sure to be a thrilling experience for the estimated 300,000 London spectators. Find a spot on the banks of the Thames, anywhere from Putney Bridge to Chiswick Bridge, and cheer on the rowers from England’s most prestigious universities.

Don’t miss the chance to admire more than 80 pieces of art at the extraordinary Art of the Brick, which is showing at The Old Truman Brewery until 12 April. Appealing to all ages, this exhibition uses more than a million LEGO® bricks to create unique pieces that have wowed audiences worldwide. 

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Men.

15-21 April

See Sting and Paul Simon collaboratively perform at the O2 on 15 and 16 April. Or let your senses go into overdrive as the magical sounds of Russian master, Tchaikovsky, are combined with drama, canon fire and sensational fireworks during the Tchaikovsky Gala at the Royal Albert Hall on 19 April.

London will also be hosting the annual Feast of St George in Trafalgar Square to celebrate St George’s Day and England’s patron saint.

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Logo.

22-30 April

Virgin London Marathon takes place on 26 April. Crowds gather to watch runners pass some of the capital's famous landmarks, including the Cutty Sark, London Eye and Tower Bridge. With such an impressive backdrop, it's no wonder it has been dubbed a ‘historical jog around London’.

From 30 April to 3 May the London Coffee Festival celebrates London’s vibrant coffee scene at The Old Truman Brewery. The event houses over 250 artisan coffee and gourmet food stalls – offering tastings and demonstrations from expert baristas, as well as interactive workshops, street food, coffee-based cocktails, live music and DJs.

Find out what's on in London this May

London knows how to put on a show… Literally. In May, the superb show offerings range from visionary home design to antique books. Meanwhile, the FA Cup Final brings fever-pitch excitement for football fans, and the capital serves up a large slice of comedy – from stand-up to Fawlty Towers-style dining.

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1-7 May

Expect dazzling design and incredible innovation, when Grand Designs Live 2015 comes to London’s ExCeL from 2 to 10 May. Based on the Channel 4 TV series and presented by its own Kevin McCloud, the show sees over 500 exhibitors across seven inspiring sections.

Then Fawlty Towers: The Dining Experience returns to the Royal Albert Hall’s Elgar Room from 4 to 8 May. Fans of the beloved 1970s TV comedy can get the Fawlty Towers experience while dining on a three-course meal. So take your seat for full-throttle, farcical fun with Basil, Sybil and Manuel.

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GARDEN-MAY-FAYRE.

8-14 May

Punch and Judy is as British as fish and chips. Celebrating the first time Samuel Pepys recorded in his famous diary seeing this style of puppet show, the Covent Garden May Fayre and Puppet Festival is a feast of traditional British entertainment. At St Paul’s Covent Garden on 10 May.

Then it’s time for another great British tradition, as the Royal Windsor Horse Show gallops into the glorious grounds of Windsor Castle on 13 to 17 May. Watch thrilling show jumping, carriage driving, dressage and more during this equestrian spectacular. Windsor is easily accessible by train from London Paddington.

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Moon Walk.

15-21 May

Watch brightly coloured bra-clad women and men participate in The Moonwalk London 2015, on 16 May. This power-walking marathon in aid of breast cancer causes sees thousands of participants from around the world pour through a moonlit Clapham Common. So get ready to cheer them on and be a part of the fantastic, fund-raising fun.

Or stroll around stunning show gardens at the prestigious RHS Chelsea Flower Show on 19 to 23 May. Meet the famous gardeners and designers behind the exquisite displays and get inspiration for your own horticultural haven. At the Royal Hospital, Chelsea.

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22-28 May

Following their sell-out tour in 2013, legendary rockers Fleetwood Mac are returning to The O2 on 27 and 28 May. Sing along with ‘Go Your Own Way’, ‘Dreams’, and more of the band’s best-loved hits from their incredible career spanning nearly five decades. This tour also sees the exciting return of Christine McVie following a 16-year absence.

Then calling all book lovers… The London International Antiquarian Book Fair arrives at the Olympia National from 28 to 30 May. Peruse and buy books, prints, manuscripts and many more items of museum-quality at this world-renowned event among antiquarian book collectors.

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FA-Cup.

29-31 May

Irish comic, TV and film star Dylan Moran is back with his first UK tour for four years. Moran brings his unique brand of quirky, grumpy humour to the stage of the Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith, in ‘Off the Hook’. From 29 to 30 May.

Or if sport is what makes you tick, don’t miss one of the biggest events in the football calendar - the FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium on 30 May. Don’t dismay if you miss out on tickets, as you can catch the thrilling action on big-screen TVs at pubs across the city.

Zonas de Londres

Estación de tren de St. Pancras

Bloomsbury y St. Pancras

Bloomsbury ha atraído a escritores y pensadores liberales durante siglos. Alberga además el British Museum, la Biblioteca Británica y el Museo de Charles Dickens. St. Pancras, por su parte, es el centro de transporte para el Eurostar, y ofrece excelentes conexiones a diferentes zonas de Londres y Europa.

Selfridges en Oxford Street

Marble Arch y Oxford Street

Instituciones comerciales de Londres, como Selfridges y Liberty, se mezclan con magníficas tiendas y marcas de diseñadores de primera línea. Tómese un respiro entre tanta tienda y visite Baker Street: allí encontrará el hogar del detective ficticio Sherlock Holmes.

La carretera The Mall que lleva hasta el Palacio de Buckingham

Victoria y Westminster

En el corazón de Londres se encuentran los puntos de referencia de la monarquía, política e iconografía de la capital. Visite el Palacio de Buckingham, la residencia oficial de la Reina de Inglaterra, y la Abadía de Westminster, el lugar donde se casaron el Príncipe Guillermo y Kate Middleton.

Coloridas viviendas en Londres

Paddington y Notting Hill

Conocidos como los barrios residenciales de Londres, Paddington bordea Hyde Park y el elegante Notting Hill se caracteriza por sus parquecitos verdes. El mercado callejero de Portobello, un paraíso de las antigüedades y los libros de segunda mano, se celebra todas las semanas.

Museo de Historia Natural

Kensington y Earls Court

Una de las zonas más bonitas de Londres, conocida por su historia y arte, y rodeada por una espectacular arquitectura georgiana y eduardiana. Visite el Museo de Historia Natural, el Museo de la Ciencia y el Museo de Victoria y Alberto mientras recorre la zona.

Sounds of summer

YouTube vlogger Jimmy Hill took a musical tour of London and then jumped on a ferry to explore the Isle of Wight Festival. See how he got on in the video below.

El tiempo en Londres

Consulte la predicción meteorológica antes de comenzar sus vacaciones

Temperaturas medias por estación°C/°F
  • Ene
  • Feb
  • 10°Mar
  • 13°Abr
  • 17°May
  • 20°Jun
  • 22°Jul
  • 21°Ago
  • 19°Sep
  • 14°Oct
  • 10°Nov
  • Dic
Promedio mensual de lluvias (mm)
  • 54
  • 40
  • 37
  • 37
  • 46
  • 45
  • 57
  • 59
  • 49
  • 57
  • 64
  • 48
Promedio diario de sol (horas)
  • 1
  • 2
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 6
  • 6
  • 5
  • 3
  • 2
  • 1

10 de los mejores establecimientos de moda para hombres en Londres

Tienda londinense.

El antiguo director de moda de la revista FHM, Gary Kingsnorth, selecciona las tiendas de estilo por excelencia para amantes de la moda masculina.

Términos y condiciones