The London city Hop On - Hop Off tour is the best way to visit the bustling metropolitan London to get the most for your money. If you only have a short time to spend in London, you won't want to waste your any of it looking for taxis or navigating the unfamiliar train system through the city. Instead, hop on this open top, double-decker bus and ride around London to over 60 destinations. You choose when you want to get off, what you want to explore, and when you want to get back on! It is as simple as that. Forget about waiting an hour for a bus to come find you after you have finished gazing at the Big Ben and are ready to move onto the next site. Just wait a maximum of 15 minutes and the next Hop On - Hop Off tour bus will come to get you. The buses are constantly moving all day, so you have the option to hand pick and choose your London itinerary.
On the bright red tour bus you will pass by many historic land marks, parks, and shops. On the London Hop On - Hop Off tour, you really will have the chance to see all of London's attractions. Choose among the London Eye, Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace and its Changing of the Guard, Big Ben & Parliament, Saint Paul's Cathedral, and so much more. The list goes on and on and the experience in London gets better and better.
Don't miss out on the excellent free offers that are included in the price of your Hop On - Hop Off Bus tour ticket! You can choose to participate in any (or all!) of the three walking tours, which include the Changing of the Guards Walk, the Rock N Roll Walk, and the Jack the Ripper Walk. Your Hop On - Hop Off sightseeing tour also includes a cruise on the River Thames through London. You can also hop on and off the river cruise as many times as you please within the 24-hour time frame. See the best of London with flexibility and reliable transportation on your Hop On - Hop Off London bus tour.
Please Note: This tour takes place in London. Please be advised that the city is an approximately 2 hour drive from the port. You must find your own way to the city at your own expense. There are many options, such as taking a taxi, train, bus, or any combination of the above. There are six bus routes with varying schedules and tour durations. The Yellow Route runs every 10 to 20 minutes and it takes approximately 50 minutes to complete the route without getting off. The Green Route runs every 20 to 30 minutes and it takes approximately 30 minutes to complete the route without getting off. The Blue Route runs every 20 to 30 minutes and it takes approximately 40 minutes to complete the route without getting off. The Purple Route runs every 30 minutes and it takes approximately 30 minutes to complete the route without getting off. The Black Route runs every 20 to 30 minutes and it takes approximately 40 minutes to complete the route without getting off. The Orange Route serves as a connector to the train stations. The last 4 stops on the Orange Route (Russell Square, Euston, King's Cross, and St. Pancras Stations) will operate in the mid morning until the evening. It runs every 20 to 30 minutes and takes approximately 20 minutes (without the last 4 stops) or 40 minutes (with the last 4 stops) to complete the route without getting off. The tours are narrated in English, Japanese, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Mandarin, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Arabic, and Russian. First and last tour times vary by route and will be detailed in your electronic ticket.
The Yellow Route includes the following stops:
The Green Route includes the following stops:
The Blue Route includes the following stops:
The Purple Route includes the following stops:
The Black Route includes the following stops:
The Orange Route includes the following stops:
To see a map of the stops that are included in this tour, please CLICK HERE.
*Stops marked with this symbol only operate in the mid morning until the evening. Additional information will be provided in your electronic ticket.
Reviewer: Hope Zurn
Everything was great till the end of the day when we got to the stop for the blue line we needed to get back to our hotel. fortunately had a sign letting us know the last bus was at 3 something after the woman told me buses ran until 8:50 when I called after we arrive in London. We had to take a cab back to the hotel.
Reviewer: Tom O'Brien
The hop-on, hop-off tour was scheduled to hit many desired tourist stops. The London morning/mid-day/evening traffic wreaked havoc with any planned schedule we might have had, and we were fortunate to be able to take in two of the more significant sites each day (of our two days). We certainly enjoyed London, however, and after a tiring 1st day, learned to save our legs for scoping our hotel's neighborhood and dining establishments in the evening. We relied on London taxis and a ""black car"" service (on ship embarkation day) to ensure we got where we needed to be on time.