Bus tours in general (London) Reviews
Newest Review: ... off at the river Thames to enjoy a free river cruise.Because buses were so frquent we were able to rejoin the bus tour.The hop on/off feature means that you can explore the landmark at your leisure.The tour is child friendly supplying fun packs for young travellers. The ticket lasts for 24 hours, as there are four different tour routes you could try them all.I was able to book the tickets on line be fore travelling to London. The tour was so good My family are returning to London in Autumn, I've already purchased two days worth of tickets for the tour bus.The price of tickets is favourable in comparison to some of the other bus compan... more
Customer Bus tours in general (London) Reviews (3)
by - written on 08/06/06, updated on 08/06/06 (Somewhat useful, 815 readings)
Joined the bus with my family at Baker Street and didn't have to wait long to start the excursion. Earphones were supplied to enjoy the commentary(in several languages).The tour was informative and interesting,covering all the really famous landmarks. We stopped off at the river Thames to enjoy a free river cruise.Because buses were so frquent we were able to rejoin the bus tour.The hop on/off feature means that you can explore the landmark at your leisure.The tour is child friendly supplying fun packs for young travellers. The ticket lasts for 24 hours, as there are four different tour routes you could try them all.I was able to book the tickets on line be fore ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/09/01, updated on 18/09/01 (Very useful, 69 readings)
My brother immigrated two years ago to New Zealand. So before he went we thought we would all go round London and see the sights. To see everything we thought the best way would be to get the train to tower hill and then get on a bus tour… What a mistake. The trains ran perfectly and soon we arrived at Tower Hill. We went to the bus stations and wondered what bus to take, we choose London Pride. We got on our traditional red bus and decided to sit on the top so we would have the best view. When the bus left we had a lovely guide telling us all the history of the buildings we were passing. At every sight you could get on or off so it would be nice ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/01/01, updated on 19/02/01 (Very useful, 101 readings)
If you don’t have the time or the money to do one of the major bus tours of London, or it’s a cold day but you still want the better views from the top deck, some of London Transport’s buses offer excellent routes past major London sites. Below are just a few suggestions. Bus tickets including travel in Central London cost £1. THE NUMBER 10 offers a route from Archway in North London to Hammersmith in the West. The section from King’s Cross to Kensington is particularly interesting. From the stops opposite King’s Cross station, take the number 10 westbound. Make sure to sit on the top deck if possible (the very front ... Read the complete review
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