Student or Learner
I would like to know about this sentences
Have you been to London?
Have you been in London?
Which one of them would be correct?
In my experience, only "Have you been TO London?" is correct, although we use the preposition IN in most cases where we use the verb TO BE:
I'm IN London (Present Simple)
I was IN London yesterday (Past Simple)
but: I've been TO London (Present Perfect)
I'd been TO London (Past Perfect)
I only use the the verb TO BE + TO in Perfect tenses