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Servicio de transporte verde
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Crucero por el Támesis
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Recorrido gratuito en barco por el Támesis - ruta lila
Recorrido a pie por Londres de los Beatles
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Ruta roja clásica
Ruta azul prémium
Ruta verde de lujo
Recorrido infantil Little Legs
Detalles del crucero
Viaje individual por el Támesis
River Roamer: Hop-On Hop-Off Pass
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There are many reasons to go on a hop-on hop-off tour in London.
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There are three routes that have a total of 44 bus stops.
The Red Route covers Central London and has 22 stops. Explore landmarks like the Tower of London, the London Eye, Westminster Abbey, and Buckingham Palace.
Along the Blue Route, you will cover the best of West London. It has 11 stops covering Kensington Gardens, Kensington Palace, Victoria & Albert Museum, Harrods, and Hyde Park.
The Green Link route is primarily a transport link that connects Euston Station and King’s Cross Station to Central London. It has 10 stops.Download Map
There are four routes that have a total of 33 bus stops.
The Red Route covers Central London and has 20 stops. Explore landmarks like the Tower of London, the London Eye, Westminster Abbey, and Buckingham Palace.
Along the Blue Route you will cover the best of West London. It has 9 stops covering Kensington, Royal Albert Hall, Victoria & Albert Museum, Harrods, and more.
The Green Shuttle Service route picks customers up so they can connect with the Red Route at Stop 1 or Stop 2.Download Map
It has six routes with 79 stops that are located near major landmarks and attractions.
The Blue Route/Classic Tour has 23 stops covering Central London landmarks like Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, the Tower of London, the London Eye, and much more.
The Red Route/Essential Tour has 27 covering North and Central London including Hyde Park, Regents Park, London Zoo, Madame Tussauds, and Kings Cross.
The Green & Yellow Routes are transport routes that connect the hotel district in West London to Central London. The Yellow Route operates in the morning and the Green Route in the evenings as a drop-off service. They have a total of 17 stops.Download Map
Visit the Queen’s residence at Buckingham Palace. Stroll through the vast palatial gardens and witness the Change of Guards ceremony, at this treasure trove of royal experiences.
Experience a breathtaking view of London from atop the 443-feet high London Eye observation wheel located near the River Thames, for a unique perspective of London.
One of the UK’s most important religious buildings, Westminster Abbey the burial and memorial site of writers, actors, scientists, thinkers, and other famous historical significant figures.
Just off the banks of River Thames, the London Bridge area is famous for its restaurants and the Tower Bridge. Often confused with the London Bridge, the Tower Bridge has stunning river views.
St Paul’s Cathedral is one of Europe’s largest cathedrals Listen to the haunting acoustics in the Whispering Gallery and soaking in the breathtaking views offered by the Stone and Golden Galleries.
Explore the beautiful River Thames on a River Cruise. Travel under the London Bridge, see the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, and admire the Festival Hall and the London Eye.
Parliament Square has some of the capital’s most iconic buildings including Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, and statues of famous leaders and historical figures.
Home to lifelike wax figures of over 250 celebrities,at Madame Tussauds you can see the Royal Family, Benedict Cumberbatch, James Bond, and more.
The Tower of London is a historic castle located on the North bank of the River Thames. Built in 1070, it has served as a prison, treasury, armory, residence, and even a zoo. Today, it also houses the Crown Jewels.
Kensington Palace’s rich royal history dates back to the 17th century. Once the birthplace of Queen Victoria, you can visit the State Apartments, Royal Wardrobe Collections, and Kensington Gardens.
The British Museum in the Bloomsbury area of London is a public museum. It has one of the largest permanent collections of art, history, and culture in the world, with over eight million works.
Trafalgar Square is a public square in Central London. It is home to Nelson’s Column, commemorating Admiral Nelson’s victory at Battle of Trafalgar, as well as many other statues and the National Gallery.
The Natural History Museum in South Kensington exhibits a vast range of specimens from various areas of natural history. It is famous for its dinosaur skeletons and thousands of other exhibits.
The Victoria and Albert Museum is the world's largest museum of decorative arts and design and is named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Nearby is the Science Museum and the Royal Albert Hall.
Hyde Park is one of the largest parks in Central London. Covering 350 acres, it connects to Kensington Gardens in the west. Don’t miss the Serpentine lake, Hyde Park Corner, and the nearby Marble Arch.
Notting Hill is a neighborhood in West London that is famous for the annual Notting Hill Carnival as well as being home to a number of restaurants, cafes, and shops, including the Portobello Road Market.
A. Yes, London has four hop-on hop-off bus tours, each with a number of routes.
A. You can purchase London Hop on hop off bus tour tickets online.
A. Yes, you can buy London hop-on hop-off tickets online here.
A. There are two hop-on hop-off bus tours, both of which begin from £16.
A. Hop-on hop-off buses are tourist buses that allow you to board and leave whenever you like and sightsee at your own convenience
A. London hop-on hop-off bus tours run at a frequency of 15 to 30 minutes.
A. Yes, you will get access to audio guides available in up to 20 languages for a comprehensive overview of the city.
A. Yes, London hop-on hop-off tours are accessibility-friendly for wheelchair users.