Hop on Hop off London Bus Tour – What you’ll explore?

Witness the iconic landmarks of London from hop on hop off bus. Enjoy endless travel experience after buying 24-hour pass to visit London and get the glimpse of that period. Don’t forget to get a free river tour and a walking tour as complimentary in your bus ticket.


There are four different routes covered in bus tour with over 60 stops across the city. There is no lack of opportunity to visit the most popular tourist attractions in London. You can hop on as many times as you desire and explore the sights and areas deeply.


You can access audio guide or live tour guide in different languages, including French, English, Italian, German, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese etc. Bus also has free Wi-Fi for tourists. The bus tour covers the following tourist attractions and much more –


Tower of London – Officially known as the Fortress of the Tower of London and Her Majesty’s Royal Palace, the Tower of London is a medieval castle on the north of River Thames in Central London. It is located in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, from the eastern edge of the City of London.


Buckingham Palace – It is the administrative headquarter and residence of the monarch of the UK. The palace is also used as the centre of royal hospitality and occasions in the City of Westminster. This building is at the core of modern palace and was a huge townhouse developed in 1703 for the Duke of Buckingham.


Westminster Abbey – Formerly known as the Collegiate Church of St. Peter, the Westminster Abbey is the leading Gothic abbey church to the west of Palace of Westminster. It is one of the most recognized pilgrimage sites in the United Kingdom and has traditionally been used for burial and coronation site for British and English monarchs.


Shakespeare’s Globe – The reconstruction of Globe Theatre, Shakespeare’s Globe is an Elizabethan playhouse in the London Borough of Southwark, associated with William Shakespeare on the south of River Thames. Originally it was built in the year 1599. In 1613, it was set on fire. Later on, it was revamped in 1614 and demolished in the year 1644. The latest reconstruction of Globe Theatre is academic figure on the basis of image of 1614 and 1599 buildings.


You can hop on buses every 10 minutes from the leading tourist spots. If you are elsewhere, you can pick buses every 15 to 20 minutes. You can also go for a free walking tour, from Royal London or Beatles’ London bus tour. It also includes a complimentary boat ride to River Thames to explore the iconic skyline of the city.


The ticket price starts at £26.00 per person for bus tour. Also buy a ticket which covers one of the major tourist attractions of London, including Madame Tussauds Museum, The London Eye and The Tower of London. The tickets are valid from 1 to 2 days, including a free river boat ride and walking tour. If you are looking for hotels near bus tour, you may prefer to stay in Airport Inn Gatwick, London Marriott Kensington and others.