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DIY Sightseeing Bus routes for the Visitor – Route 11

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Route 11 in purple , the best route to take in West,Central and East London

Once you arrive in London you will see a large number of Bus companies selling tours to travel on a bus around London.

These tours can be very expensive and you can do a tour yourself by taking the Local London buses for only a couple of pounds.

All you need  to know is which routes best suit where you want to go, all the routes we suggest use double decker buses so you can sit on the top deck  and see London appear in front of you.


Route 11 is known as one of best routes for sightseeing , it takes in numerous attractions in West, Central and East London.

If you start in the West you begin in Fulham then you go down trendy King’s Rd past the Saatchi Gallery and near Sloane Square. Then the attractions come thick and fast  Buckingham Palace followed by Westminster Abbey, past Big Ben and the House of Parliament , Then Whitehall, Downing Street , Trafalgar Square and the Strand, you then carry on down  Fleet St until in the distance the unmistakable form of St Paul’s, but your not finished yet there is still the Bank of England and finally the trendy bars of Shoreditch.

Main Stops

Liverpool Street Station London Underground National Rail Bus Station
Bank Station London Underground Docklands Light Railway
Mansion House Station London Underground
St Paul’s Churchyard
City Thameslink Station National Rail
Charing Cross Station London Underground National Rail
Trafalgar Square
Westminster Station London Underground
Victoria Station London Underground National Rail
Victoria Coach Station
Sloane Square Station London Underground
Fulham Broadway Station London Underground



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