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.
On Route No.15 you’ll see more than attractions because this is known as a heritage route and can travel on one of the old London buses called a Routemaster. if you want the comfort of a modern bus they also operate on this route.
Route 15 is a very popular short route which covers central London , you can begin in the main shopping area of Regent Street then down to Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square, following Aldwych you progress onto St. Paul’s Cathedral and the Tower of London, if you are feeling adventurous you can carry on into East London.
The old Routemaster only does he central part of the journey.
Poplar (All Saints Station)
Aldgate East Station
Tower Gateway Station
Tower Hill Station
Cannon Street Station
Mansion House Station
St Paul’s Churchyard
City Thameslink Station
Charing Cross Station