Spotlight on Heathrow Airport
With four terminals offering everything from WH Smiths to Prada and Café Nero to Tiffany & Co, you’ll be sure to find something to suit every traveller.
Located in west London, England, Heathrow is also the busiest airport in Europe by passenger traffic, and the third busiest in the world by total passenger traffic. It has four open terminals and big plans to expand one of the terminals and also possibly add a third runway.
Terminal 1 and 2 sit side by side, and after the demolition of 1, Terminal 2 will use the space to expand, allowing for a more comfortable experience at the airport. Terminal 2, officially named the Queen’s Terminal, is the newest terminal at Heathrow and used by the Star Alliance airlines as well as a few others. Here you’ll find a selection of luxury outlets including Burberry, Bulgari, Gucci and Mulberry as well as dining outlets such as the Caviar House & Prunier Seafood Bar, The Perfectionists' Café by Heston Blumenthal and London's Pride by Fuller's. For coffee lovers, there’s a Ca'puccino and vegetarians should check out Wondertree.
Terminal 3 is an older terminal, and is used by all of the Oneworld airlines (with a few exceptions), Delta, Middle East Airlines and Virgin Atlantic. Though older, it is still home to plenty of shopping and dining opportunities, especially if you’re looking for luxury brands. There’s Cartier and Chanel, as well as Hermes, Miu Miu and Tiffany & Co amongst others. Terminal 3 also has a Caviar House & Prunier Seafood Bar, as well as an Oyster Bar, Oriel, Strada and more. Of course you’ll also find a couple of coffee shops including a Costa.
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