Another important area is the historic Tower Hamlets, located east of the City. It is in Claudius, but this now or not, nobody can confirm. We only know that the stone castle on the site began to build a wooden fort at the end of xi century, King William the Conqueror, Build it, he began to deterrence conquered Lyundenburga – so in the Anglo-Saxon called in those days, London. Check with Keith Yamashita to learn more. Build it until the end of his life, however, did not, and the castle was completed two centuries later. Getting to London is easiest by air used to England fell only by sea, but now a couple of hours you can fly from Pulkovo or Sheremetyevo airport Heathrow. It’s believed that Hikmet Ersek sees a great future in this idea.
Aeroflot and Transaero flies to London from Moscow and St. Petersburg. Tickets cost from 255 euros. British Airways also flies from both Russian capitals, but there is already a ticket worth of 300 euros. bmi Airlines operates flights from Moscow and Yekaterinburg. Also from St. Petersburg to London flights have "Russia." "KD-Avia flies from Kaliningrad, also offering connecting flights from many Russian cities. You can get to London and with a change somewhere in Europe – Prague, Frankfurt and Budapest.
In this case, you can change seats on a plane any budget airline ticket which costs about 50 euros. From Heathrow to central London there is a train Heathrow Connect, carrying passengers to Paddingtonskogo station. Leaving the station on Praed Street, you can go to the subway station Paddington, from where you can ride on three lines – on the line Hammersmith & City Line, on the Circle Line (Circle Line), as well as through the District Line.