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DIY Sightseeing Bus routes for the Visitor – Route 24

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Route 24 Light Blue –  Great for Travelling North to South or South to North

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.

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Route 24 is one of our longest routes but takes in a  large number of  attractions. If you are heading South to North, you will startin Pimlico and go past Westminster Cathedral before coming into Westminster , there you will see Westminster Abbey and The Houses of Parliament.

Turning up Whitehall you will pass Downing Street then onto Trafalgar Square and Nelson’s Column, straight on to tourist hotspots Leicester Square and Tottenham Court Road.

Moving away from the centre you head towards North London and the buzz of Camden Town where you can explore the Market and the numerous Bars and pubs.

If you want to get away from it all carry on to Hampstead Heath for great views and some piece and quiet.

Main stops

Pimlico Grosvenor Road
St George’s Square
Victoria Station London Underground National Rail
Westminster Station London Underground
Trafalgar Square for Charing Cross Station London Underground National Rail
Leicester Square Station London Underground
Tottenham Court Road Station London Underground
Goodge Street Station London Underground
Warren Street Station London Underground
Mornington Crescent Station London Underground
Camden Town Station London Underground
Chalk Farm
Hampstead Heath

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