Camila Carril

The Tube

Tube is the easiest way to get around town! It is normally fast (when there are no strikes) and you can get from A to B in minutes. There are quite a few different fares and you can find them here. If you are staying in London for 4 days or more the best thing I would suggest is that you get a weekly travel card. That way you are worry-free and you can take the tube/ bus as many times as you like. If you are staying in town for 1 to 3 days you could opt for the Day Travelcard or Oyster Pay as You Go. 


London Buses


If someone asks you to think about London, I’m sure that for many people the first image that will come into their minds is the famous double-decker bus! Am I wrong? Travelling with them can be quite fun! Specially if you don’t know much about the city and you can get some sightseeing done on the way!

First of all, it is very important that you know that you can’t use cash to pay for your bus fare. You need to get a Oyster Card or a contactless payment card to pay as you go, a Travelcard or a Bus & Tram Pass.

You will find bus stops across the city which are categorised by letters and have names (normally from the street you are at or a landmark).

The buses are categorised by numbers and you can find a lot of information on the maps of the stops you are at.

Remember that Night Buses run on different routes then the usual day route, make sure you check your journey before your travel.



How to travel around London

There are many ways you could get around town! Thankfully we have underground and buses services available in every corner of London, as well as trains that can connect you to other places, overground, cycle hire and even river boats! You can plan your journey below:


Journey Planner