Brimming with the iconic history, London vacay is a definite yes for tourists worldwide. This charming city stands on the Thames River. Britain’s capital city is famous for its enthralling art, entertainment, royal and cultural attractions. What could be more fun than to explore the breath-taking city on our London open-top Hop-on Hop-off buses? From museums, palaces, shopping streets, parks to cathedrals we cover all the top-visited sites in your bucket of wander.
Schedule: 08:30 - 17:20 (Frequency: 10-20 Minutes)
Loop: 150 Minutes
Departure: Stop #1, Belvedere Road
Schedule: 08:30 - 18:30 (Frequency: 20 Minutes)
Loop: 60 Minutes
Departure: Stop #17, Marble Arch (Park Lane)
Green (Shuttle Route):
First and last bus from Stop 1: 09:17AM - 16:17PM
First and last bus from Stop 22: 08:55AM - 15:55PM
Bus Frequency: Every 20-30 minutes
You can board the bus at any stop and voucher can be exchanged directly with the Driver/ Street Staff.
Mobile and paper vouchers are both accepted at all stops.
You will receive a ticket in exchange for your voucher, which you must keep until the expiry date/ tour.
Please check your ticket to know when it expires.
After exchanging your voucher for a ticket, your voucher will no longer be valid.
In loss of voucher/ticket, company is not liable for any refund.
Flexi Ticket: Your voucher is valid for 12 months from the date of purchase.
1. Stop 4 (Bank) and Stop 10 (Horseferry Rd) are closed until further notice.
2. Stop 11 (Buckingham Palace) is closed every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11:00 - 12:00 due to the Changing of the Guards.
3. Sunday 2nd April 2023: the service will experience disruptions due to the London Landmarks half marathon. Stops affected and not in service are 2, 3, 4,5, 8, 9 and 19. Tickets purchased for the day will be valid for an extra day.
Mobile App: Download "City Sightseeing London" App in your mobile to track live bus locations
**Bus timings, frequency and route may vary due to traffic, weather and other unforeseen circumstances.
Wheelchair/ Stroller Access
Hand-Baggage allowed, no big size bag or suitcases are allowed
Small, well-behaved dogs are allowed
Infants can travel free and you do not require to book infant ticket.
Boat Ticket: Prior to taking the River Cruise included within the 24HR and 48HR tickets, customers must validate their voucher beforehand with the bus staff in order to get the boat ticket.
Group Booking: For group bookings of more than 10 people, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, so we can ensure you have the best experience possible. We cannot guarantee that large groups will be able to board the same bus but we will do our best. Our recommendation for large groups is that you board at stop 1 (Belvedere Road).
First buses from popular stops:
Westminster Bridge, 8:25; Tower Hill, 8:44; Buckingham Palace Gate, 8:58; Haymarket, 9:03.
Full route: 8:30 to 16:00 every 10 minutes. 16:20 to 17:20 every 20 minutes.
Departures from stop 1 with Tower Hill as final stop: 16:10, 16:25, 16:30, 16:50, 17:05, 17:10, 17:30, 18:05 and 19:00
Departures from stop 1 with Haymarket as final stop :17:40, 18:00, 18:20
Departure from stop 1 with Grosvenor Gardens as final stop: 18:40.
River Cruise: Cruise operated by Hornblower - City Cruises. River cruise ticket will be issued when you exchange your voucher on the bus so you must visit the bus in the first instance.
Free River Cruise: Includes a 1 way ticket between Westminster Pier and Tower Pier or vice-versa
City Pack of 5 Walks: Royal London, Southbank, Borough Market, Covent Garden, Notting Hill
Instructions for the walking tour: A QR code and instructions will be issued by our City Sightseeing London team upon redemption of your tour voucher. The best stops for the Royal London Tour are stops 9 and 10.
No Cancellation Charges up to 24 hours before the chosen travel date. 100% cancellation fee applied within 24 hours of travel date.
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The British Museum set up almost 270 years ago (in 1753) and situated in London’s Bloomsbury area permanently houses eight million artifacts. As a public national museum, the British Museum has a huge collection of historical and cultural relics documenting human civilization. The vast compilation of artworks and relics underscores the intellectual development of man right from inception till the present times.
Constructed in the years between 1886 and 1894 to provide improved access to East End, the Tower Bridge is a suspension-cum-bascule bridge. The Tower Bridge which lies close to the Tower of London serves as a strategic landmark for the city. This suspension bridge transforms into a bascule bridge or a viaduct for allowing barges and large boats to pass safely. Visitors can access the bridge’s deck for enjoying sweeping views of the city while the engine rooms, towering walkways.
Trafalgar Square is a public plaza located bang in the middle of the city of Westminster and has served as an important signpost since the 13th century. The public square was named Trafalgar in the early 1800s after the historic Battle of Trafalgar that broke out on 21st October 1805. There are numerous galleries, museums, cultural centers and institutions situated on the perimeter of Trafalgar Square.
Of the eight majestic and sprawling parks in London, Hyde Park is one of them, frequented by millions of tourists and locals every day. Hyde Park with a total acreage of about 352 acres is one of the world’s largest parks. Thousands of people flock to the park which contains more than 4000 trees, numerous flower gardens, the Prince of Wales Memorial Fountain, and Serpentine Lake. Visitors can participate in a wide range of activities inside the park including swimming, skating, and cycling.
Officially called the Elizabeth Tower, the Big Ben is a huge bell of the giant clock situated to the Palace of Westminster’s north. Big Ben standing at an imposing height of 316 ft (94 meters) has been chiming since 1859 when its construction was completed. Of the five bells in the tower, the Big Ben is the largest and heaviest bell weighing 13.5 tons.
Buckingham Palace is the governmental headquarters of the sovereign monarch of the UK as well as the ruler’s official residence. Lying in the city of Westminster, the Buckingham Palace by and large serves as a venue for hosting presidents and prime ministers of countries around the world. The palace is a major draw for tourists chiefly because of the ‘Changing of the Guard’ ceremony around 11.30am. The Palace contains 19 massive rooms that are thrown open for tourists between July and September.
The Westminster Abbey, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is essentially a church that was established 1062 years ago in 960. Officially known as the ‘Collegiate Church of St. Peter at Westminster the Westminster Abbey is juxtaposed to the west of the Palace of Westminster. Straddling the Thames’ western bank, the abbey mainly served as a venue for royal weddings, the burial site for British monarchs, and coronations.
The London Eye is also known as the Millennium wheel is a gigantic Ferris wheel that was built to celebrate the dawn of the 3rd millennium. Located on the Thames’ South Bank, the London Eye attains a height of 443 ft at its zenith and has a span of 394 ft. The colossal revolving wheel offers you stunning views of the cityscape and some of the most famous landmarks such as the Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. A single rotation (equivalent to a trip) of the London Eye takes approx. half an hour.