Keep reading to discover how to do a cheap sightseeing bus tour of London for under £5.
There are so many different sightseeing bus tours to do in London. They have an open-topped deck and cost a pretty penny to hop on board and see the sights of London. Usually, they will set you back around £30 per person.
What if I told you you could do lots of different bus tours of London for just £1.50 a journey or £4.50 of unlimited journeys for the whole day?
One tip I like to give tourists when they come to London is that they should take advantage of the great transport system here, especially the iconic red London buses.
Instead of hopping on an expensive sightseeing bus tour, you can design your own day out for a very small price by using the standard London transport system!
To make it easy for you, I wanted to share Transport for London’s key bus route map they have created. It tells you lots of the different bus routes in Central London and what famous or notable places/things you’ll see on your journey.
Below is an example of the map but you can download your own version to bookmark from the TFL website right here or click on the picture below.
Key Bus Route Map
Another big tip I regularly give to tourists is that I wouldn’t be without the Citymapper App. Getting around London is a bit daunting for most people. Even I get confused sometimes and I’ve lived here 10 years. Citymapper is SO easy to use and I highly recommend you download it for your trip. It even gives you alternate routes if there are problems and delays. Citymapper will be a great help to you to find these bus routes.
I hope my blog on how to do a cheap sightseeing bus tour of London for under £5 was helpful to you.