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London Red Bus


These 'hop-on, hop-off' buses are perfect for getting around the city inexpensively. Tourists can travel the famous streets of London and visit the many popular tourist attractions. This is a very reasonably priced option for getting around London and if you plan ahead with a bus pass you can really save a bundle!

With a one day bus pass, you can travel on any public bus in London for the whole day. With a pass in hand, start by taking a circular tour around the city. Make a start at Piccadilly Circus bus and check out the local bars, restaurants and shops in this corner of London . From here catch the number 9 bus to tour Piccadilly, travel around Hyde Park Corner and on into Knightsbridge, Kensington Road and to the Albert memorial.

Stop off here and you can visit the famous Albert Hall and explore the nearby areas. A short walk from here will take you to nearby Kensington Palace . Take the number 49 bus and you can head to Cromwell road to visit Baden Powell House and the National History Museum . There are infinite combinations if you get the right information, or you can simply stick with the red buses if you want to be sure you don't take too much on.

To get the access you are after to all the best spots and the attractions that most interest you. Get the information you need and you can see a lot for just a little. There is a wealth of things to see in London , so make the most of the opportunities and get the most out of the efficient British public transport, you will be thrilled with how much you can save!

 
 
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