Grab Tickets To Get Tickets And Explore The Capital On A London Panoramic Bus Tour
What to expect
This is your chance to explore London and all the landmarks that the city has to offer from the comfort of a panoramic bus. With this ticket, you get a multilingual audio guide (English and French) and a sightseeing tour of the best of London. It is time to take your seat for an open-top, double-decker bus ride, travelling through central London. This is the best way to sightsee in the city, and this London bus tour provides you with everything you need to make the most of your visit.
While on the London tour, you will get to hear the history of the top landmarks in the city, like the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, and the Tower of London. You can pass the rest of the time by listening to fun facts about the hidden gems of all of London's attractions. Don't wait around; book a London panoramic bus tour now for a sightseeing experience to remember. London is truly beautiful, and these London tours aboard an open-top double-decker bus give a special touch to all the attractions the city has to offer.
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About London Panoramic Bus Tours
What do you see on the London Panoramic Bus Tour?
Everyone knows that London's landmarks have a special appeal that brings in thousands of visitors every year. People choose river cruises, private tours, self-guided tours, walking tours, big bus tours, golden tours, and many other types of London sightseeing tours, but without a doubt, one of the best tours among these is this London panoramic bus tour. You are put in an open-top double-decker sightseeing tour bus, which allows you to experience all the attractions of the city with the best possible view. You also get free wifi throughout your ride.
London is full of attractions, and as the breeze blows through your hair on the open-top double-decker London tour bus, you get to see top landmarks like Tower Bridge, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, and many more. With other London tours, it won't be easy to cover all these top landmarks in a day. So there is nothing better than these big bus tours that let you move through the streets while giving you a rundown of all the landmarks on the way. You will also cover locations such as Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, and St Paul's Cathedral. While taking part in this tour of London, you will also learn the history of the city with the audio guide provided for you.
Visit this London tour and experience some places that will take your breath away. Although this London tour does not include free walking tours, you will get a stunning view of all the top attractions in London by sitting on the upper deck of the open-top, double-decker bus. This hop-on hop-off bus allows you to learn about each landmark along the tour and gives you insight into many locations in London in a very short period of time. This is best for people who want to explore the city and all it has to offer despite time constraints.
What can I expect from this tour?
This sightseeing tour atop a double-decker bus gives you a different perspective of London and its top landmarks. You get to explore London all around you while you keep on moving throughout the city during the tour. Here is the list of landmarks that you are going to see on your big bus sightseeing tour.
The first is the Tower of London. The Tower of London has served as many things throughout its history. It served as a royal residence, menagerie, mint, observatory, armoury, and a holding place for the Crown Jewels of England. However, the Tower of London is most famous for the imprisonments and beheadings that occurred on the premises. There is a legend that says that six ravens have to guard the tower all the time. If they fail to do so, it is believed that the crown and kingdom will fall. The ravens are still known to be at the premises amidst the rocky structure of the Tower of London. Visit this particular London landmark, and you will get a chance to learn more about its fascinating history.
The next location is Tower Bridge. Tower Bridge is a symbol of London and London's history. It was built between 1886 and 1894, and since then, it has served as a symbol of London's magnificence. Tower Bridge connects the two central London boroughs. Tower Bridge is a combination of a Victorian-era bascule and suspension bridge, and this structure stands over the River Thames. Tower Bridge is often confused with London Bridge. However, both these bridges are some distance apart.
The third is Westminster Abbey. Located in the district of Westminster in London, Westminster Abbey is a huge, Gothic abbey and one of the country's most well-known and famous religious buildings. Westminster Abbey is also a traditional place for coronations and the main burial site for all of the British monarchs. Westminster Abbey is 700 years old, and this old church in London still attracts around 1.5 million visitors each year.
The London Eye is another landmark that is famous in London. The London Eye is very iconic, and everyone knows about it. It was the world's tallest observation wheel once upon a time. There are 32 sealed capsules that are fully air-conditioned in the London Eye, and each capsule can hold up to 25 people. Located near Waterloo and the River Thames, the London Eye gives you a 360-degree view of the city, and a full rotation of the attraction takes 30 minutes to complete. Imagine being at the top of the world with the London Eye!
There are many cathedrals in London that are iconic, and tourists visit most of them every day, but St Paul's Cathedral is one of those London landmarks that has a special place in everyone's hearts. St Paul's Cathedral is an important place for worship and prayer. If you go on a walking tour to St Paul's Cathedral, you can explore inside from the underground crypt to the galleries. The galleries give views over the Big Smoke. The cathedral is located near St Paul's underground station.
There are other attractions that you will be able to see, like Buckingham Palace, Westminster Pier area, Warner Bros studio (which also has its own Harry Potter tour), Hyde Park, and many top locations.
There are other hop-on-hop-off bus services that also add river cruises to their big roster of attractions. A hop-on-hop-off bus is the best in these situations as it allows for a walking tour to visit all these famous landmarks of London. A walking tour gives more insight into the history of the place.
What age is this tour suitable for?
There is no age restriction mentioned for the London bus tour. Anyone interested in the top attractions of London is welcome. Minors need to be accompanied by adults with a valid ticket.
Swap your e-ticket with a paper ticket before boarding the bus.
Service dogs are allowed inside the bus.
How long does the London Panoramic Bus Tour take?
The duration of the tour is two hours, and pre-booking is recommended as you need to book a slot and seat before making the trip.
Unlike the hop-on-hop-off bus services that run every 25-30 minutes on designated routes, the London Panoramic Bus Tour only runs once per day.
Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs
Where does the London Panoramic Bus Tour start?
The address of the meeting point is near the London Eye, Riverside Building, County Hall, London SE1 7PB, United Kingdom. The bus departs from the bus stop near the London Eye.
How do I get to the tour's departure point?
The pick-up location is almost located in London's centre. If you are travelling to the pick-up point in a private vehicle, take the A3212 and A302 to reach the destination in the quickest possible time. You can also take the A3212 and Lambeth Palace Rd/A3036 to reach the destination.
The nearest tube station is Waterloo Station which is just three minutes away from the destination.
The nearest train station is Waterloo station which is a few minutes away from the pick-up point.
There are also bus services that run through the city of London, even during the night.
So, check your tickets for the timing and travel to the destination for a day of excitement and historical facts.
When should I arrive at the departure point?
You need to arrive at least 10 minutes before the departure time of your tour.
Where can I park?
There are various car parks in the area, with the nearest being Waterloo Car Park just a few minutes from the pick-up point. The next nearest car park is Britannia Parking. London Waterloo Station Car Park is also near the pick-up point.
Where are the toilet facilities while on the tour?
There are many public toilets near the pick-up point. Toilets are found on the South Bank. One of these toilets is wheelchair accessible and open 24 hours a day. There are also numerous restaurants in the area where you can use the restrooms.
Changing Room toilets are also located near the pick-up point.
There are no toilets on the bus. However, you will get toilet breaks in between as drivers will stop at public restrooms for the visitors to use.
Is the tour accessible?
The tour is wheelchair accessible. The entrance of the bus is made in such a way as to accommodate visitors with disabilities.
Where can I eat on the tour?
There are many restaurants in and around London. The tour lasts for two hours and does not include food or drinks. So, you will have to choose an eating place near the pick-up point.
Some popular restaurants near the pick-up point are All Bar One Waterloo, Gillray's Steakhouse & Bar, Troia Southbank Charcoal Kebab Kitchen, and La Cucina Di Mamma.