The capital of the UK and one of the world’s most spectacular cities, London needs little introduction and gives you access to business, entertainment and leisure on a grand scale.
Visitor attractions such as the famous Tower Bridge and Buckingham Palace or even gems such as the Merton Abbey Mills craft village makes every trip to London unique.
London’s live music and comedy scene is one of the most famous in the world. Venues such as the London Palladium, the O2, the Barbican Hall and Ronnie Scott’s host some of the world’s most famous and talented performers.
Sports fans will never tire of the city either. Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham, Fulham, Queen’s Park Rangers and Crystal Palace are among the most well-known football clubs in the city.
Rugby, rowing and basketball enthusiasts will enjoy the professional spectating opportunities too. The All England Club is the focus of the world when the Wimbledon Tennis Championship takes place every June.
No visit to London would be complete without experiencing the unique retailers and markets that make the city one of the most attractive in the world. From high fashion boutiques and designer stores to stalls offering unique goods, foods and treats, you’ll not be left wanting.
London’s capital has extensive transport links. The London Underground is the oldest subterranean railway network in the world and Euston Station’s central location makes it the most convenient arrival point for business and leisure guests. Onward connections to the Eurostar offers convenient travel to the continent.Start your journey
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Some of the UK’s best destinations connected by the Caledonian Sleeper.
Whether it is for business or leisure, Caledonian Sleeper will take you to some of the UK’s most wonderful destinations.
Whether you are travelling to London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Aberdeen or Fort William, travel in comfort and enjoy a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.Learn more about Destinations
The Silver City with the Golden Sands, also known as the Granite City, Aberdeen has established itself as a dining and entertainment destination.
Castles, dungeons, ghosts and tunnels give Scotland’s capital an air of mystique, but there’s more to Edinburgh than history and creepy tales.
Home to many a lively ceilidh – where the celebrated local malt is the toast of the guests – Fort William is an idyllic escape from the rat race.
As a gateway to the Highlands, Inverness has matured to become one of the UK’s most spectacular cities.
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