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Bus Tour of London

Get a map as you board and enjoy sights such as Madame Tussaud's, St Paul's Cathedral, the Tower of London, Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square and more.

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Availability: The bus services operate seven days a week throughout the year, excluding only Christmas Day. Weather: The weather does not affect this experience. The buses all have covered downstairs areas. Duration: Your tickets are valid for 24 hours. Buses start at 8.30am and finish at 6pm between April and September, or 4.30pm the remainder of the year. Numbers On Day: There will be a maximum of 66 passengers aboard the bus. Tours are busiest during summer weekends. Spectators: Dress Code: Guidelines: You can show your booking confirmation letter and collect tickets at any Big Bus stop. Alternatively, take your letter to the Big Bus Company Information Centre opposite Victoria underground and mainline rail station to collect the tickets. Restrictions: Children under five can go free. Wheelchair access is available on the majority of buses, please check the frequency of such buses on the day. Other Info: You MUST bring your booking letter on the day, which will be exchanged for your bus ticket.

Why not also join the three guided tours included in your package..? The Royal London Walk, from St. James' Palace to Buckingham Palace, witnessing changing of the guard. The Big Bus Beatles Walk, bringing you back 40 years to Soho and Mayfair, where The Beatles based themselves in the sixties. Or the spooky 'Ghost By Gaslight' pub crawl, listening to tales of London's haunted history. You can even also cruise down the river (one-way) from either Waterloo or Westminster Pier to Tower Pier (or vice versa) catching different sights including Tate Modern and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.

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