in addition to the hop-on hop-off bus and the illuminated night tour, there is another option to explore London, the regular scheduled service. it’s a matter of figuring out which line goes where to see the nicest spots. Below is an overview of boarding points, lines and points of interest.
get on at Liverpool Station and get off at Victoria Station.
along the way the following sights can be seen: St Pauls Cathedral, Trafalgar Square, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey
board at Victoria Station, the bus terminates at Stoke Newington in North East London.
Along the way the following sights can be seen: Buckingham Palace Gardens, Wellington Arch, Hyde Park, Marble Arch, Oxford Street
this route starts at Tower Hill, near the Tower of London and ends at Covent Garden.
Along the way the following sights can be seen: London Bridge, Borough Market, Tower Bridge, South Bank, Covent Garden Piazza
The route starts in West Hampstead and ends in Waterloo.
the following sights can be seen along the way: St Johns Wood where the famous Abbey Road crossing is located, Oxford and Regent street, Picadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square and then over Waterloo Bridge with fantastic views
starts at Streatham Station and ends at Oxford Circus.
The following sights can be seen along the way: Westminster Bridge, Big Ben, Trafalgar Square, Picadilly Circus, Regent Street
the best part of this route starts in Kensington and ends at the edge of Covent Garden.
The following sights can be seen along the way: Royal Albert Hall, Hyde Park, Picadilly, St James’ Palace, Trafalgar Square
starts in Hampstead Heath in North London and ends in Pimlico.
The following sights can be seen along the way: Camden, Trafalgar Square, Parliament Square, Westminster Abbey