London City Pass

With over 8.5 million inhabitants, London is not only the largest city in England, but also the capital. London has much to offer: Big Ben, Wembley Stadium, the London Eye, Tower Bridge and of course, the Tower itself, once a prison now a museum. It is difficult where to start sightseeing. With the London City Pass in your pocket, your city trip to London is much more fun and definitely hassle-free.

The London City Pass gives you free access to numerous important sights in the city such as the Tower of London, Kensington Palace and the Shard, the tallest building in London as well as the London Eye, Tate Britain and Wimbledon Tennis Museum. These are only a few examples. If you combine the London City Pass with a public transport pass, you need not walk from one London sight to another. You save a lot of time and can see even more sights in a short time. Instead of adding a public transport pass to your city pass. you can simply opt for the London City Pass because it includes the hop-on hop-off bus.

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City trip with the London City Pass

The London City Pass makes a trip to London hassle-free and very affordable. With the London Card in your pocket, you need not find out where and what tickets to buy. You simply go straight to the museum or attraction of your choice and show your pass. This saves you a lot of trouble and time especially when you are in London only for a few days. What’s more, it is also cheaper to buy combined ticket for the main sights in London instead of single tickets. This means you save money which you can spend on the classic British meal fish and chips or on a boat trip on the Thames and lots of more fun things to do.

How does the London City Pass work?

Buying your London City Pass online ensures you of a hassle-free city trip to London. There are several types of passes. The difference is in how many days it is valid and whether it includes public transport. After having bought the pass online, it will be sent to by e-mail (without public transport pass) or sent by mail to your home address (with public transport pass).Your pass is valid from the time you first use it when in London.

Different types of the London Explorer Pass

The London City Pass comes in two types: with and without public transport. The London Explorer Pass with public transport includes the Oyster Card, a public transport pass that can be used in the centre of London. This is very convenient and makes getting from one sight, attraction or museum to the other easy and fast.

Another difference is for how long the London pass is valid: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7 days. Keep in mind that there are differences in passes for children from 5 to 10 years, children from 11 to 15 years and adults. Children enjoy a discount when purchasing a London City Pass.

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Advantages of this London Pass

Valid at National Gallery, Victoria & Albert Museum, Tate Britain, Wimbledon Tennis Museum, Madame Tussauds, London Eye and the Tower of London

London City Pass advantages are numerous. One of the main benefits is free entrance to important sights and museums. When you combining the London City Pass with a public transport pass, you travel quickly and comfortably in the centre of the city. This is a big advantage because London is a large city and several sights are quite far from each other. The hop-on hop-off bus is included in all passes, another pleasant way to move about London.

Admission to museums

With the London City Pass in your pocket, you save money because you get entry to 40 museums and attractions. Included in your pass is free entry to Madame Tussauds, London Dungeon, Tower of London, Kensington Palace, the Royal Observatory and the London Eye. Be sure to visit some of London’s top museums: the National Gallery, the Natural History Museum, the British Museum, the Tate Modern Museum and the Imperial War Museum. There is so much to see in London!

Hop-on-hop-off bus tour

All passes include a Thames river cruise and a 24-hour ticket for the hop-on hop-off bus. The route is along the most important sights in the city. A hop-on hop-off bus tour is the ideal way to see the London sights at your own pace. Hop off when you want to see a museum or attraction in detail, hop on again and continue your tour. If you need more free transport during your city trip to London, add a public transport pass to your London City Pass. This way you can move about London in a comfortable way. And what’s more, you save money at the same time.

London City Pass as discount card

Besides free entry to a large number of attractions, your London City Pass is also a discount pass. This gives you a discount on attractions and tours that are not standard part of the London City Pass.

London Highlights

London has so much to offer. Use Google maps to plan your visit or get a London tourist map at one of the Tourist Information Centres in London. Visit London highlights such as the National Gallery and the British Museum and for the less cultural-minded Madame Tussauds or the London Dungeon. Stand on Westminster Bridge to see Big Ben in all its glory and go shopping in Oxford Street. Take a tour on the hop-on hop-off bus to see the sights of London in a relaxed way or use it as public transport to get from one attraction to the other. What’s more, the hop-on hop-off bus tour is included in your pass. With the London City Pass in your pocket, you save both time and money!

Which of these London attractions are you going to visit during your city trip to the British capital? By preparing your London city sightseeing trip in advance, you can be sure that you will not miss out on any of the major sights. End the day in an outdoor café or pub with fish and chips washed down by a pint of bitter or lager. Alternatively, go to any of the restaurants in the centre that serve not only British but also international dishes.

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