Tuesday Sep 21:

From the 1st October 2021, most EU, EEA and Swiss citizens will need a valid passport to travel to the UK. ID cards will no longer be accepted as a valid travel document. Find out more here.

Buy Your Foreign Currency with Travelex

Use Travelex in the airport and make sure you have all the cash you need for you trip

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We offer a convenient currency service at London City Airport – perfect for busy travellers. All you have to do is pre-order your travel money online with Travelex.co.uk and it will be ready for pick-up in the airport before you fly.

Order Euros, Swiss Francs, US Dollars and Travelex Money Card prepaid currency cards up until just four hours before you need to collect.

Don’t forget you can also benefit from the Travelex.co.uk Price Promise: where if you find a cheaper overall price, they’ll refund the difference. Find out more here https://www.londoncityairport.com/InTheAirport/page/Travelex.

Food and Drink

International options

London’s population is extraordinarily multicultural – and so is its cuisine. It’s all about discovery and trying out new, intriguing places to eat. It's not just the diversity of flavours from around the world that makes London such a superlative place for food – it's the sheer range of food experiences you can have. From cheap eats with soul, like the slew of hipstery burger places all over town, to 100% authentic Indian street food from a street-side stall.

Haute cuisine

Many of the world’s top chefs have branches in London, with about 70 restaurants in the city carrying the accolade of a Michelin star or two.

Fine dining isn’t hard to come by here, accompanied by world-class selections of wine. Again, expect international and experimental flavours within the plethora of places to drink in London.

Quirkiness is king

Several enterprising bar owners have tried something different with their drinking establishments. While there's no shortage of traditional pubs to both eat and drink in, you can also spend an evening drinking in retro arcades, Victorian gin parlours or surrounded by museum oddities.

Entrepreneurs are increasingly pushing the boundaries of pub themes, so see if you can find the next big thing in quirky bars.