For luxurious first class flights to England and top tourist destinations in the world, contact our travel experts at Fly World Class. Your journey to the U.K. will be restful and prepare you to explore the many treasures of the United Kingdom. Among the many places to visit are top cities London, Edinburgh, and Liverpool.
After arriving to England via London Heathrow (LHR), tourists from all over the world visit the most iconic locations in the capital city of Britain. The cultural attractions in London abound and include castles, cathedrals, ancient Roman ruins, royal palaces, and much more. Buckingham Palace is a favorite place among visitors, and the Changing of the Guard always draws a crowd. The palace was built in 1837 and has been the residence of Britain’s Royal Family since the accession of Queen Victoria. If there is a royal standard flying day and night, it means the Queen is at home. When she is away to Scotland in summertime, visitors can buy tickets and tour the Queen’s Gallery, the Royal Mews, and the State Rooms. For history buffs who travel first class to England, the Tower of London and Tower Bridge are can’t-miss landmarks. The enormous White Tower was built by William the Conqueror in 1078. The Tower Bridge is adjacent to the Tower of London, and it is among the most iconic symbols of London.
Edinburgh (EDI) is the destination for countless travelers to the United Kingdom. Edinburgh has been Scotland’s cultural center for more than 500 years. It is the capital of Scotland and the seventh most populous city in the U.K. The most famous landmark is Edinburgh Castle. Other attractions include the enormous Palace of Holyroodhouse and Holyrood Abbey; Holyrood Park, where the highest point is Arthur’s Seat; St. Giles Cathedral, which was consecrated in 1243; and Greyfriars Church and Greyfriars Bobby.
If you want your business class tickets to England to transport you to the origin of The Beatles, schedule a flight to Liverpool John Lennon (LPL). Follow in the footsteps of the genius rock band, such as at Penny Lane; Strawberry Fields; the Cavern Club, where they made their 1961 debut; and McCartney’s former home at 20 Forthlin Road, where a lot of the early songs were written and rehearsed. The site on Forthlin is available to visit and features Beatles photos and memorabilia. Other attractions in Liverpool include London Tate Gallery, Pier Head, and St. George’s Hall.
Book comfortable first class airfare to the United Kingdom with our friendly travel experts at Fly World Class. Whether your destination lands you at Liverpool John Lennon (LPL), London Heathrow (LHR), Edinburgh (EDI), or another airport in England, our dedicated professionals will ensure that your pampered flight is relaxing.