London busses covers
almost all the routes in the central London and a convenient way to travel and
for sight seeing. Different routes covered by different bus companies and
regulated by Transport for London (TfL) body. Destinations of the buses are
mention in the front and the bus numbers are mentioned in both front and back.
Two types of bus stops available in London can be easily differentiated by
white or red background in the bus stop sign. In white background signed
places, busses stop to passengers to get down and get in. In red background
places, you have to request by holding the hand to stop the bus and get in.
timetables are available with bus stations and even you can get from the
information centers. Charges may vary from the route and the destination.
Tickets can be purchase from the ticketing machines available in most of the
bus stops. Night busses are available after tube station shut down at night and
starting from Trafalgar Square. One disadvantages of the bus travel is you can
stuck or get slow in traffic jams. If you are not sure about the bus stop to
get down, you can consult bus driver. Travel card is a way to save money in
traveling and it costs around three sterling Pounds and you can purchase from
rail and tube stations and some other venders.
London Bus Passes:
weekly or monthly passes are available and they allow for unlimited travel by
London Busses. London Travel Card enables both unlimited travel in busses and
underground. Those are available in 7 days period or more and need a photograph
also. If you are visiting out side from UK, visitor card also a better option
and no need to have a photograph. You will get discount vouchers for the attractions also.
London Buses Hotline: 0845 300 7000
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