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To reach Orlando International Airport (MCO), drive along the Martin Andersen Beachline Express and merge onto Jeff Fuqua Boulevard. After your London-bound flight takes off from MCO, prepare to spend about nine hours in the air. When you arrive in England's capital city, begin your sightseeing tours at Trafalgar Square. After studying the intricate details on Nelson's Column in this square, head over to the historic Tower Bridge, to step foot on the most famous crossing over the River Thames.
If you choose to navigate London by car, use the London Inner Ring Road, which also offers a convenient way of driving between the northern and southern shores of the River Thames. Take advantage of The Tube to reach some of London's premier football stadiums such as Stamford Bridge and White Hart Lane. Top cultural venues like The British Museum, and Victoria and Albert Museum are also accessible via The London Underground system.
After landing at London Heathrow Airport (LHR), you can drive along M4 to reach the central parts of London. At LHR, you could also board a London Underground train and ride the Piccadilly line. London has mild temperatures and frequent rainfall throughout the year, so be sure to bring light raincoats and umbrellas when you visit the city.