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Although Phoenix was established in 1868, London has existed as a settlement for at least 2,000 years. Visitors to the capital of England can encounter Anglo-Saxon, Roman, Norman, Medieval and other historical sites that predate the founding of America. The modern city is full of world-class museums, multistory department stores and restaurants that serve local and international cuisines. As for reaching Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX), light rail, shuttles, buses, taxis and private parking are available. Flight time from PHX to London is just over ten hours non-stop.
The “Tube,” which is the city's subway system, goes almost everywhere, and where it doesn't, you can rely on red double-decker buses and well-regulated black cabs to get around. During the daytime, you can admire exhibits at the National Art Gallery and British Museum, or catch the Changing of the Guards in front of Buckingham Palace. For an ever-changing view of the metropolis, hop into one of the capsules of the London Eye; a 443-foot tall Ferris wheel by the River Thames. When night falls, catch a live stage production at a theater in the South End.
You may land at one of three airports in greater London; Heathrow (LHR), Gatwick (LGW) or London City (LCY). All three feature extensive transportation connections to downtown London including by light rail, train or bicycle.