The London Pass Reviews
Description:Attractions and Travel Pass.
Newest Review: ... of person who wakes up and says "What shall we do today?" then this might not be for you. The people behind The London Pass also do similar passes for New York, Paris, Berlin and, rather randomly, Philadelphia. I guess that, like the London one, the cost-effectiveness of these will vary dramatically depending on the individual. All I can say is that, for us, the London pass was ... more
Customer The London Pass Reviews (2)
by - written on 26/07/13 (Very useful, 48 readings)
I live in Yorkshire which is quite a way north of London. In fact when we visit our capital we usually treat it as a holiday, a city break, much as we would if we were to visit New York or Paris. Now London is most definitely one of the great cities of the world with much to see and do to rival anything that other countries can offer. There are plenty of London museums and art galleries that are free to visit but we've been to these quite a few times in the past and there are many other attractions that we'd like to try out. The trouble is that many of them are expensive, typically around fifteen or twenty pounds per adult ticket. On our most recent trip we decided to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/05/08, updated on 05/05/08 (Useful, 124 readings)
When my parents visited from Australia, I decided the best value for Money, was to purchase a London Pass. This incorpated 60 possible tourist attractions and more. You walk up to the cashier, present the card, and then tickets for entry are handed back to you. You also get express entry. No long queues, which is a bonus. Research is recommended before purchasing the card, to be sure you are going to get to see everything you want. IE: This pass covered most things, however, did not include Westminster Abbey. Therefore, we opted to see this some other time, outside of the 3 day pass. The 3 day pass for £57. Passes can be purchased online ... Read the complete review