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These campervans are available at our local depot in London. Find out which fits your road trip best.
Here’s some essential information for campervan travellers in London
Starting your road trip in London? If you’re arriving by airplane, we’ll pick you up at London Heathrow Airport and take you to our depot, where we’ll get you familiar with your motorhome. After returning your motorhome at our London depot, we’ll drive you back to the airport. Free of charge during regular hours, of course.
If you’re looking for parking space for your campervan in central London, try the car parks at Waterloo Station. Britannia Parking and Looking For Car Park both allow for your motorhome’s height. Otherwise, London’s surrounding boroughs provide ample parking space and are well connected to the city centre.
Along the banks of the Thames, Abbey Wood Caravan Club Site feel rural and secluded while it’s railway takes you to central London in 35 minutes. Edging Lee Valley Park, campsite of Theobalds Park Club, too, is a half-an-hour train ride to London.
Double-decker buses, Buckingham Palace, and the Big Ben, London’s icons only barely scratch the surface of a mega-diverse megalopolis of age-old boroughs and skyscraping design.
The capital of both England and the UK, London is a fascinating study of life in the 21st century. Cultures coexist, clash, exchange plates of curry, ackee with saltfish, and bangers and mash. Umbrella at the ready, Londoners run errands draped in refracted neon lights or head out to underground parties and quirky-themed bars. They head up to the 30th floor for a 10am meeting and down 50 metres below ground to catch the Underground. For urbanites, London truly is a spectacle to behold. Not just for its urban flair, but for its cultural attractions, too. (Free museums brimming with art and ancient relics!). If you plan on doing a road trip through the UK, stopping in the capital is a must. Better yet, hire a motorhome in London for a wonderful start to an adventure that heads west to the Celtic lands of Wales, all the way up to the wilderness of Scotland, or strands east at the White Cliffs of Dover. Heck, you can even cross the pond to the European mainland!
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