Cheap flights from Belfast to London City

Book cheap flights from Belfast to London and discover Britain’s political, economic and cultural heart. London has so much to do, it can be dizzying. You can shop, eat, party and absorb the culture any day or night of the week.

From centuries old alleyways in the City, to dazzling riverside sunsets, to wide-open leafy spaces, there is no shortage of wondrous vistas to discover. London has been receiving many diverse nationalities, races and religions for centuries and the trend continues today, making it a truly multicultural society and adding to the excitement. Book flights from Belfast to London today and discover a buzzing, creative city that’s ready to give you the warmest of welcomes.

Flybe's Top Recommendations in London

South Bank in London

Walk Along The River

On your Belfast to London trip, it can sometimes be easier to walk to places than take public transport – especially at peak times – and by doing so, you can take in all the sights you might otherwise miss. Hitting the pavement and walking between the Houses of Parliament and Tower Bridge will reveal all the classic vistas on your wish list. You’ll pass The Palace of Westminster and Big Ben, The London Eye, the Victoria Embankment, the South Bank, Tate Modern, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, St Paul’s Cathedral and more.

Inside of a threatre

Take In a Show

Find the cheapest flights to London from Belfast with Flybe and you’ll have enough spending money left to book tickets to a West End show. From frothy, feel-good musicals to cutting-edge plays, the theatre scene in London is one of the world’s best. The Lion King, Les Misérables and The Phantom of the Opera are all enduring favourites. If musicals aren’t your thing, check out the latest listings online for London’s best plays – often starring big name actors.

Oxford Street in London

Shopping in London

The London shopping scene is among the best in the world. The obvious place to start is Oxford Street with more than 300 shops, designer outlets and flagship stores. Criss-crossing Oxford Street is Regent Street, home to some of London’s oldest and most famous stores including toy emporium, Hamleys, and Liberty. The fashion of the 1960s was born in Carnaby Street and it’s still home to trendsetters. For vintage, head to the bustle of the Portobello Road and Camden Market. Just remember to leave plenty of room in your bags for your return flights to George Best City Airport.

Explore Off The Beaten Track in London

Giraffes at London Zoo

Snooze At The Zoo

Bed down for the night in private lodges within roaring distance of the Asiatic lions at London Zoo. You’ll get an after-dark tour, dinner, breakfast the next morning and access to other exclusive experiences. Expect to feel far from London as you wake the sounds of hooting monkeys, squawking parrots and roaring lions. A truly unforgettable experience for your Belfast to London trip.


Lego in Legoland

Legoland Windsor Resort

For family fun on epic proportions look no further than a day trip from London to Legoland Windsor Resort. This enormous theme park packed with rides, shows and attractions is dedicated to the colourful little bricks that everyone knows and loves. Booking online in advance will give you discounts compared to on the day, so why not get this sorted while you’re booking your flights from Belfast City to London? To get there, you can get direct trains from Paddington or Waterloo stations, or if you’re planning to go further afield, simply reserve car hire with our partners while you’re booking your tickets to London. 

Outdoor swimming in London

Take a Dip Outdoors

Not in the Thames – this would be ill advised – but a swim in one of London’s many outdoor ponds and lidos is a refreshing experience any time of the day or year. The bathing ponds on Hampstead Heath are a wonderfully serene place to get back to nature following your London flights from Belfast. The Serpentine Lido in Hyde Park, and its accompanying paddling pool for children, is a great option for families. Both offer gorgeous vistas of leafy London.

London Food and Drink Recommendations

Soho at Night

West End Eats

In the heart of the West End next to theatre land, sits the ever-exuberant, mildly dishevelled Soho. Soho’s bars and restaurants have it all. From cheap and cheerful to blow-out. For high opulence and romance, book a table at Bob Bob Ricard. Tuck yourselves into one of the 1920s velvet-curtained booths and in between the Russian themed dishes, revel in hitting your table’s very own ‘Press for champagne’ button – a game you’ll never tire of. For something more relaxed, roll up your sleeves at Burger & Lobster, serving legendary burgers and crackingly good crustaceans. For family fun, head to the Rainforest Café. The kids will love spotting the animals among the sounds of waterfalls and rain.

Old Spitalfields Market, London


As an enclave for a number of the capital’s historic markets, Spitalfields has become one of the best places to eat in London. Set your senses tingling at ultra modern Indian, Gunpowder. For Middle Eastern, nobody does it quite like the acclaimed Ottolenghi. For an excellent steak in cosmopolitan surroundings, choose Hawksmoor. If you’re out having a drink and fancy grabbing an impromptu bite, The Culpeper is a great gastro pub. If you’re after a casual lunch or dinner, lose yourself in the cafés and stalls of Old Spitalfields Market. From Pacific pokè to traditional fish & chips, there’s something to suit all tastes and budgets.  

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