5 Reasons to Use Heathrow Express to London
Oct30

5 Reasons to Use Heathrow Express to London

Serving as one of the world’s demanding international airports and carrying more than five million passengers each year, HeathrowExpress is considered as the most successful high-speed mode of air transportation globally. Their travel service has the capacity to handle more than 160,000 passengers a day for 15 minute journey between the Heathrow Airport and Central London’s Station.   Heathrow Express operates for 150 services every day with 5 terminals.  Heathrow Express reaches Heathrow central for 15 minutes and Terminal 5 for about 4 minutes. There is a free service promo if you have your departure in Terminal 4. Since there are a lot of competitors this day in terms of air transportation, considering these factors why Heathrow Express should be on your no. one.   Offers high speed travel Heathrow Express has this minimum speed of 100 mph and considered as one of the fastest air express in the world. This top speed performance of Heathrow Express serves as their major strategy to attract clients and patronize them. This air transportation is the best way to travel from London to other places. Heathrow Express offers the following speed time frame for ultimate convenience of their clients:   Travel time is 15 minutes – 23 minutes London Heathrow to Paddington Station – every 15 minutes Paddington Station to London Heathrow – 15 minutes Checking of luggage and other properties – up to 2 hours before the flight. This is to secure safety and protection of the passengers   Very convenient and expedient We cannot deny the fact that getting tickets for air travel is definitely stressful and annoying because you have to fall in line first before you could go to cashier and have your tickets for your plane. But for Heathrow express, you can immediately have your tickets by just staying in your home as they have available e-tickets served for clients who don’t have time to have their tickets through walk-in directly at their office. You can print your ticket any time before your scheduled flight (image by 153306). Spacious place to relax If you are bored and tired waiting for your flight, Heathrow Express has spacious place reserved to passengers that everyone can enter for you to relax yourself. You can leave your luggage and other bags in one of their comfortable and spacious seats while you are relaxing. If you have the budget, you can use the legroom and there’s a personal table in it that you can utilize if you will use your laptop or any items that need to laid down on a flat surface. There are free newspapers and magazines available inside Heathrow Express for your convenience.   Has On-board TV Another...

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The Delights Of Catalonia
Oct10

The Delights Of Catalonia

Situated in the extreme eastern portion of Spain, bordered by France and the blue Mediterranean, Catalonia is one of the most intriguing and engaging places to visit in Europe. Home to Barcelona, the second-largest city in Spain, it is a region apart, providing a striking contrast to the rest of the country. In fact, Catalonia is fiercely independent, and even has its own language – Catalan. Any visit to Catalonia has to start with Barcelona. The city has some of the most beautiful architecture in Spain, including many buildings and monuments designed by the famous architect Gaudi. You will see signs of his handiwork everywhere – ranging from balconies that seem to emerge organically from the sides of buildings, through to the enormously impressive Sagrada Família. Started in 1882, this is a large basilica that combines the Gothic and curvilinear Art Nouveau forms that are the signature of Gaudi’s work. Although the church is still not finished, it has already been declared a UNESCO world heritage site. Another area of Barcelona that is absolutely de rigueur when it comes to places to visit is La Rambla, an 8-mile-long avenue that dates back to 1440 and has served as the center of Barcelona city life since that time. The avenue is home to many markets and museums, as well as baroque palaces and even the Liceu opera house – one of the finest in the world. Step into the side streets of the Ciutat Vella – or Old City – and you will enter a warren of narrow passages that suddenly open out into spacious courtyards where people gather on warm sunny days. There are also many fine restaurants within the Ciutat Vella, as well as more reasonable establishments that serve the local cuisine. However, you need to remember that dining here is a late evening activity, as it is in much of Spain – don’t expect to find a restaurant open before 9 o’clock. If you are looking for somewhere to stay in Barcelona, there are a number of good upscale hotels situated on the Avinguda Diagonal, a broad avenue that dissects Barcelona from west to east. However, if you want to experience Barcelona life to its fullest, consider staying right on La Rambla at somewhere like the Citadines Ramblas Barcelona – you can find out more about this on the Royal Holiday LinkedIn page.   Image by: http://idexone.es/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/parque-aiguestortes-y-sant-maurici.jpg The attractions of Catalonia, however, are not limited to Barcelona. For instance, if you are looking for a rugged taste of the outdoors, pay a visit to the Parque Nacional de Aiguestortes, located in the wild mountainous landscape of the...

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