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London by bus

2/3/2011

The best way to quickly fathom out a large city is to go on a sightseeing tour by bus, preferably on a ticket that lasts 24 hours. This is also the case for London. Several companies run similar tours past the biggest sights and a day-ticket will cost about GBP 25 (approx. SEK 270), with certain discounts being given if you book in advance online.

But you can also have fun experiencing the sights from the upper floor of a double-decker bus on route, at a tenth of the price. We can recommend a trip on the number 10 from King’s Cross Station. It goes to Hammersmith, a city within the city, via Oxford Street, Hyde Park and Kensington. You can buy tickets on some of the busses, but the best bet is to buy a ticket for two pounds from one of the machines on the street. Then all you have to do is work your way through to the front seats on the upper floor.

Download a free bus map from www.visitlondon.com/maps/travel_maps and choose your own sightseeing trip!


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