London by bus and boat - 2 days
Enjoy a hop-on, hop-off bus tour and scenic cruise with this fantastic two day London pass. Discover the best of London with a hop-on, hop-off sightseeing bus, a guided walking tour, and a memorable 30-minute cruise along the Thames.
The bus will stop at some of London’s most famous sites including Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, St. Paul's Cathedral, and the Tower of London, with three different routes to choose from. Learn interesting facts about the surrounding landmarks thanks to the on-board multilingual audio guide.
Availability: Every day, English audio guides available
The cruise will begin at Westminster Pier and finish at the Tower of London
The cruise will take approximately 30 minutes
The walking tour starts at 10:30 and lasts 1h 30
London Eye Skip the Line Ticket
This low-fare ticket lets you discover London in true style with a ride on the famous London Eye.
2 Day London Pass
Experience the best of London with the 48-hour London Pass. This pass provides access to over 50 museums and attractions across the English capital.
The transport card is not included in the London Pass®
The London Pass® does not give access to temporary exhibitions or guided tours
Your Destination —
It’s difficult to summarise a city as eclectic and immense as London - with so many neighbourhoods, all with their own atmosphere and quirks, and a wealth of world-class galleries, museums, and restaurants, a trip to London is always going to be unique.
With a history stretching back to the Roman times, London has always been a melting pot of British and European culture - start off by getting a taste for this history at the Museum of London or the British Museum. Creative types will feel right at home in Shoreditch, where you’ll find quirky street art, vintage stores, and plenty of cosy coffee shops. For a taste of the wealth and glamour London is famous for, head to the western areas of Chelsea and Kensington, where you’ll also find a cluster of fantastic museums: the V&A, Science Museum, and the Natural History Museum.
For a more lazy break, make sure to sample some of London’s best parks - there’s a reason why it’s Europe’s first National Parks City! Travel to the southeast to see Greenwich, with its historic Observatory offering stunning views over the city’s skyscrapers. Or, take a wander over to the picturesque Hampstead Heath, an ancient park which was once just a small village outside the city.