Distance between woking and Heathrow :
More about Woking:
Located twenty-five miles from London, in northwest Surrey, Woking started out as a village but eventually grew into a large town with a population of some 62,796 residents. Woking features a number of sites of historical interest, including Brookwood Cemetery (the London Necropolis), which is the largest cemetery in the UK and one of the biggest in Europe and Woking Palace, which was once the country retreat of Henry VIII. In addition, Woking is also one of the centers of culture in England as it hosts the New Victoria Theatre, which is one of the region’s biggest venues and The Lightbox, an award-winning museum and gallery that focuses on inventions, sculpture and art.
The newly-refurbished town center, known as the “Jubilee Square”, is also popular with visitors since it is highly pedestrianised, making it easy to get around on foot to enjoy the various restaurants and retail outlets in the area, as well as the nearby renovated shopping centres.
More about Heathrow:
Heathrow is the main international airport serving London and in terms of total passenger traffic is the busiest in the UK and in Europe and the third-busiest in the world. Some 82 international airlines fly from Heathrow to more than 180 locations in 85 countries worldwide, carrying close to 68 million passengers and 1.3 million tonnes of cargo annually. The international airport has five terminals, a cross-wind runway and two main runways.
Heathrow hosts a wide range of shops and restaurants, including many of the world’s most popular brands. Featured shops include Harrods, Mulberry, Tiffany, Bulgari and WH Smith while featured restaurants include Starbucks, Krispy Kreme, Giraffe, Caffé Nero and Oriel. A broad assortment of amenities is available for children, business and women with babies, as well as first class airport services including airport lounges with a range of business facilities and play areas for children. The lounges are available to all passengers traveling through Heathrow terminals.