- Jonathan Chum
Gatwick Airport is the second-busiest airport in the United Kingdom and one of the busiest airports in Europe. The airport is situated south of Central London, just outside the M25 motorway. Gatwick Airport has two terminals, North and South. The North Terminal is used by BMI Regional and Ryanair flights while domestic flights use the South Terminal. Gatwick Airport also offers passengers a range of shops, restaurants, car rental services, and other amenities while they wait for their flight to depart or arrive at this busy air travel hub.
Gatwick Airport North Terminal
Gatwick Airport North Terminal is a small airport located in the United Kingdom, serving as the second-largest international airport in the country. It's accessible by train or bus, with connections to London and Surrey via direct trains. You can also reach Gatwick Airport by car if you're staying nearby and want to avoid traffic jams on the roads.
The terminal has plenty of facilities for passengers and visitors alike: restaurants, shops, lounges, and other places to relax before your flight departs. There are also facilities available for those who need them (such as baby changing rooms).
With so much going on at Gatwick Airport North Terminal, it might be hard to decide where to start! The best way would probably be just walking around until something catches your eye!
London is the capital of England and the United Kingdom. It is a global city and one of the world's leading financial centers alongside New York City and Tokyo. London, England is a major international transport hub, with five airports including Heathrow Airport (the world's busiest airport by passenger traffic), Gatwick Airport, Stansted Airport, Luton Airport, and London City Airport as well as over 100 train stations within Greater London itself. The city has an extensive road network with no congestion charge for all vehicles entering or exiting any part of Central London 24 hours a day except during certain periods on weekdays when there are charges for various zones - for example, those traveling east along Oxford Street have to pay at 7 am-9 am daily; this does not apply to taxis which can be hailed from anywhere in the center at any time day or night so long as they're licensed within Greater London; likewise black cabs cannot pick up passengers before 7 pm but may take them home after 10 pm without charge because they don't count towards congestion charges - these rules do not apply outside these times though so it pays to plan!
Chessington World of Adventures Resort
Chessington World of Adventures Resort is a theme park located in Chessington, Surrey, England. It has themed areas based on the world of Harry Potter, Madagascar, Jurassic Park, and the Lost Kingdom. The park has 25 rides including rollercoasters and water slides. Chessington is the largest theme park in Europe with 18 million visitors per year and holds the record for having the most rollercoasters in Europe at six.
The Park features many different rides including:
Den of Thieves (Ride) -- Based on Aladdin's Genie who lives in an ancient cave where he plans to take over all magic lamps that are found throughout his home -- you have to help him but beware he could turn against you at any time!
Dino Safari (Ride) - Drive through safari vehicles through prehistoric times as dinosaurs roam free around your path -- this exciting ride takes place during your journey through time from when dinosaurs were still alive up until today's date - get ready for some thrills!
Hampton Court Palace
Hampton Court Palace is a royal palace in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, Greater London, located 3.1 miles (5 km) southwest of Charing Cross.
It has been suggested that William Shakespeare may have performed some plays there as part of King Henry VIII's Inner Temple Country Esquire Players during his tenure as Childe of the Choir but no direct evidence exists.
LEGOLAND Windsor Resort
LEGOLAND Windsor Resort is the first LEGOLAND park in Europe and is located in Windsor, Berkshire. It's an incredibly family-friendly theme park where guests can enjoy rides, attractions, and shows that are all centered around the LEGO brick.
There are over 40 rides and attractions at LEGOLAND Windsor Resort including The Dragon rollercoaster; The LEGO Movie 4D: A New Adventure film experience; Miniland Britain which features model towns and cities from around the UK presented in miniature form; Merlin's Apprentice dark ride as well as many more!
The best way to do this is by taking a guided tour from your local hostel or hotel or hiring one of our cars from our office on-site (please note this will incur an additional charge). You can also take advantage of our free shuttle bus service which operates every 20 minutes between 5 am -- 2 am during peak season (1st April - 31st October).
Crawley is a town in West Sussex, England, 11 miles (18 km) south of Brighton. It is the principal town in the Borough of Crawley and the county town of West Sussex. The town has its railway station on the Portsmouth Direct Line with regular services to Gatwick Airport and London Victoria.
The High Street runs downhill from northeast to the southwest and is dominated by a large market square that has been covered by buildings since 1817. At its center lies an ornamental pond containing three goldfish named after characters from The Wind in the Willows: Ratty, Mole, and Toad (the last two being children's namesakes). To either side are traditional shopping areas including many independent shops interspersed with national chains such as Boots UK Ltd., Holland & Barrett, and Greggs UK Ltd. Several churches include St Wilfrid's Church at nearby Ifield or St Peter's Church at Northgate, also known as 'The Cathedral of South Downs'.
Brighton Beach is a beach in Brighton, England. The beach has been awarded the Blue Flag for cleanliness and safety by the Foundation for Environmental Education every year since 2001. The award is given to beaches that meet certain standards of water quality, environmental management, and facilities.
The water from Brighton Beach flows into Shoreham Brook, which runs through two culverts under London Road before entering Falmer Lake.
The London Dungeon is a tourist attraction in London, located in the old Clink prison. It has shows, rides, and interactive experiences including; a haunted house, waxwork museum, and more, making it one of the best places to visit in Gatwick.
It has been open since 1974 and was originally called "The London Dungeon: A Gothic Experience". The attraction has been owned by Merlin Entertainments since 1999. In 2007 they had over 1 million visitors each year, so it's definitely worth checking out!
Stonehenge, Avebury, and Associated Sites
Stonehenge, Avebury, and Associated Sites is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that was added to the list in 1986. The site is located within the English county of Wiltshire, about 2 miles (3 km) northwest of Amesbury and 8 miles (13 km) west of Salisbury.
The site contains a large number of ancient monuments, including stone and earthen circles, as well as many standing stones. These were constructed from 3100 BC until 2200 BC, during the Neolithic and Early Bronze Ages.
So, now that you've seen some of the best things to do in Gatwick, it's time to get out there and explore! Don't forget to check out our website for more information on what else you can do in the area around this town.