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London Transport

London has one of the most extensive transport systems in the world which is made up of London underground (the tube) and buses. Most underground stations are conveniently located next to the main London attractions. Flexible travel system by Transport in London allows you to travel by both the tube and buses to make the most of your London experience. As with most major cities, car parks are more of a challenge. There are plenty around but are often expensive especially during the weekdays and many now have the added expense of the London Congestion Charge.
The Tube

The tube (underground) is the quickest transport in London and is preferred by most travelers. If you plan to travel often, buy a Travelcard which are also valid for buses in almost all the zones.

Airports in London

Airports in London has the benefit of being served by five airports. These are London Heathrow to the west, Gatwick to the south, Stansted to the north, Luton and the London City Airport to the east.

Buses in London

London buses are cheaper than an equivalent Tube journey and is the most preferred London transport by the one’s who want to see the real London views. Bus passes are also available.

Airlines in London

Serviced by five airports, London can boast to have almost every major airline in the world flying in. Heathrow is home to British Airways, Stansted to cheap Ryanair and Luton to EasyJet.

Car parks in London

With congestion charges, parking in London is a challenge. A restricted amount of on street car parking is available as the majority of spaces are allocated to local residents.

Trains in London

London’s railway network gives an easy access to other parts of the country or abroad. Paddington, Victoria, St Pancras, Waterloo, London Bridge, Euston are centrally located.

Taxis in London

London black cab experience is one not to be missed and sometimes it is even cheaper than the Tube but tend to be more expensive at night. Best place to hail the cab is from a main road.

London Cars

It will be a good idea to rent a car from London when you plan to escape from the city and explore more of England. This London transport is very ideal for family travel. Not worth to use in city.

London Pass

The London Pass is a must for London sightseeing, offering entry to your choice of 55 London attractions. The pass includes an all-zone Travelcard, £5 worth of free phone call.

Left Luggage

Not all London hotels offer luggage storage facilities. Most train stations have luggage storage facilities, but you should check for particular station and fee to avoid disappointment.

Lost Property

Lost Property office is what you need to contact if you have lost some of your property while travelling in London. You can enquire and find out whether someone has turned in your property.