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Heathrow is home to one of the largest and busiest airports in the world; London Heathrow. But there's much more to do in Heathrow than just wait for your flight. Located just a short cab drive or train ride from the center of London, Heathrow is close to a world capital of arts and culture; but has enough charm of its own to keep you busy. Hampton Court Palace is a perfect place to experience a real taste of Old England. The palace is an excellent example of red-brick Tudor architecture, and exploring the immaculately manicured gardens is a great way to spend an afternoon. There are many lodging options which are located in close proximity to the airport.
Windsor Castle is a popular sightseeing destination, built by William the Conqueror and greatly expanded under Norman rule. Getting to the castle from Heathrow is easy; just hop on the 71 or 77 bus line and you'll be there in minutes. Heathrow's Southhall district puts all the tastes and treats of India at your fingertips. If you're traveling with children, they'll love Legoland UK; located just minutes from Heathrow airport, and easily accessible via shuttle.
Southern England tends toward overcast and cold. If you have a non-EU passport, be sure check the visa requirements before trying to leave the airport.
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