London Heathrow serves some 180 destinations in more than 90 countries. Whether you're arriving, departing or connecting, you'll find everything on the website to make your journey through the airport easy and enjoyable.
Known as the one of the busiest airport in the world. Tha Best way to get to the city is using tube (subway). Only take about less an hour we can reach the downtown of London. #traveling#LondonCalling
According to the huge size there's everything perfectly organized here! Transfers between terminals are easy,fast &you can't get lost if following purple signs. All area of the airport is non smoking.
Airports quality shows in busy times. Are the buildings designed for a large amount of people?How are the queues organized?Is it easy to navigate through terminals? LHR easily excels in all categories
Well. It's an airport. I'm at terminal 3 but have used others too. With all the waiting time these days because of security you couldn't really ask for a better airport in terms of having things to do
Heathrow, despite its undeserved reputation, is a great airport, especially terminal 5. Good facilities, great for shopping and some of the fastest baggage handling in the world.
Depending on the security checkpoint you go through, it can either be hellish , or rather nice. Charge your phone where you can , as the outlets are different in various parts of the airport.
Terminal 2: get huge takeout share-box for £12 at Yo Sushi. Then 'London's Pride' to sit in for coffee&use work stations with power sockets. 'Leon' does good range of healthy food options downstairs.
Buy the Heathrow Express tickets just after you get your luggage with the agents before reach the entry. For Standard the return is 34£ (5£ less than Internet and inside the train!).
Underground is effective way to get to terminal 4. Heathrow express+searching for shuttle bus+its travel will take almost the same time, but will cost more, though in peak times it is not comfortable
best airport in the world. even if you don't have status on airline -you can easily find fantastic dining options and shops galore. don't miss the ted baker in the corner next to zara! cheers.
visit Caviar House restaurant. I recommend the tsarini, moderate in price (relatively). You will not find this sort of thing easily in the USA. A nice break between connections. Located terminal 3.
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2. Go to Huxleys which is on the left hand side after the security check, good beer and good food, for something under 10 pounds, you can get a very filling meal, avoid shops on the concourse level
Easy to reach from Paddington railway station. Huge agora and shopping area. Very well organized. Friendly staff. Business lounge is perfect with excellent WiFi connection and broad choice of drinks.
LHRt was an easy airport to move through. The Tube (train station), being on the grounds was a breeze. The people were helpful and the transport to my destination was easy. Early flights are the best.
If you're at Terminal 3 departure and travelling alone, don't wait at the main waiting area. Walk towards the lounges and check out the quieter cafes where you can grab a bite to eat in peace.
Free wifi, amazing designer shops, and a mini Harrod's. Get a delicious sandwich, pastry, or love bar at Pret a Manger and enjoy beautiful Heathrow.
Never assume you have enough time to get to your gate at this airport, it's huge (and full of wonderfully distracting shops)! More often than not you'll have to take a bus to your connecting flight.
Don't waste your money on pricey + shitty airport food. Go straight for the Boots Meal Deal. £3.79 for sandwich, chips and drink. I lived off this steal for 6 months. Just don't get the prawns.
Get here very early, especially if you're traveling by car with someone else who is departing from a different terminal. I dropped my co-worker off at T3 and it took me over 20 minutes to get to T4.
I've only flown through T3 and T5 but on different days of the week at different times of day. The lines are never too long for security and there's plenty of amenities in the terminal buildings.
Huge difference between GOOD T5, and AWFUL T1-4. if you access BA lounges, good showers shoulder massage. Worth a go to Sofitel hotel spa landside if you have a longer than 2hours transit.
Flying of T5? Always head to the North Gates right away. Most incoming travellers arrive near the South Gates so they are usually busier, or closed if the traffic volume is low. Either way, go North.
Terminal 5 is great. Modern, clean, spacious, and easy to negotiate. Great views of the airfield too. Only slight drawback was very slow through passport checking on the return journey.
For an 8 hrs layover from gate to gate, you get about 2-3 hrs to head out to Central London ( incl. travel time) if you take the Heathrow Connect or Express respectively. In that amount of time.
Waiting for AGES at the Virgin Atlantic counters while women in red coats swirled around not taking my bags was the only bad part of Heathrow. Easy to get around, great food and shopping options
Cheating!in business check in area in terminal 4(maybe in other terminals also!)the weighters set incorrectly!!!They show about 5 additional kilos to overall weight of your luggage!!!! 😠 be careful!
There is a new Pret a Manger at T5 departure. Try it out for the usual amazing sandwiches, coffee and all things fresh. Giraffe is also upstairs for that sumptuous hot meal
Only the British could come up with such an edifice of disorganised chaos. No X-rays chime so was thoroughly groped. Oh you have knee replacements so take off your shoes on this nice slippy floor
Free Wi-Fi for four hours (registration required). The cheapest way to the city is the subway (it costed me 3.10£ with Oyster card, which I purchased right there at my arrival).
The "be relax" spa here sucks if you want a real massage. The girl had long nails and a bad touch. Better off passing your time in the massage chairs & getting your feet rubbed on long connection
Look for the nice deals in the grocery stores, I got a huge sandwich, chips and drink for €3,75. Plan your time on the Internet, the longest you can get for free is around 90 minutes.
Take the Heathrow express to get fast to central London but do not pay onboard. Buy the ticket in advance. Their printing machine didn't work and they left me with no receipt nor the ticket itself.
Wagamama is always a good call if you're looking for some decent lunch. Giraffes not so much! They only have BA lounges here, so unless you're at least Silver, your lounge card serves you nothing.
It has been ages ago I had to wait this long for check-in and that was a transatlantic flight! Terrible organisation! The security control is quite fast. 4 hours of free WiFi and good entertainment!
Terminal T2 Arrivals Cafe Nero is great, 4 hours free wifi and UK mains plugs to charge up in Terminal T2. outside the T2 building can be noisy due to close proximity to the runway.
If you don't have an ePassport, please don't stand in the ePassport queue. Those things have a tendency to crash when you swipe your normal passport on it - which makes life more difficult for others.
The MOST strictest and chaotic airport I have ever been to in my life. Make certain that ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING liquid stays in clear plastic bags and have every electronic device out. It sux here!!
Very safe and well organised airport but very crowded and getting worse. Always lines at security check point but too many check points. Overall average airport, careful of terminal transfer times!
Just like an old aluminum prefab house but huge, with unfriendly staff & grimly, unhelpful long queue, AC vent failed during peak crowds, Nothing special about it except its your gate to Lovely London
Terminal 1 can be a deceptive maze. Get ready to hoof it if your a gate is in the B30's. Had to run. Giraffe has the best food if you have the time. Nice shops in holding.
Heathrow is huge, but very well organised. Actually I'd like to share very obvious tips: pack your fluids right and fulfill tax-free forms beforehand... and you'll have great experience of efficiency.
The walk from check-in to the gates at terminal 2 is very long and involves multiple escalators and changing levels several times. Allow 30 mins from after security to get to your gate.
Amazing how many types of booze you can try while waiting on your plane. From whiskey to rum to freshly made cocktails. (At the little promotional stall in the duty free store)
You don't need to take your shoes off but you definitely need to take out any and all liquids and pasts from your bags so they don't waste time searching you.
Bought your ticket from Delta? If it's operated by KLM, you need to stand in the left KLM line at the Skyteam desks. If your boarding pass says Delta, the line is on the far right.
The quickest way to central London is the Heathrow Express. If you have a travel card you can get a cheaper fare at the ticket desk - not available at the ticket machines.
Fast baggage transfer for short connections, however if your not in the mood or able to walk long distances make sure you prearranged wheelchair service with plenty of connection time.
Frankly, the best duty-free shopping in any airport in the world. Luxury at its best, whether it's chocolate, scotch, wine, caviar, jewelry, clothing, luggage or watches.