A lot of tourists and locals default transportation method is a simple one: head for the Tube
But if you have time.. do yourself a favour and take the bus.
The Thames from Waterloo Bridge.
In terms of accessibility, here’s easier to use than trains or the underground (no fiddly stairs), and for those with buggies a there’s normally a buggy bay too.
Fares are set centrally – and of course, you pay with an Oyster Card or a Contactless Payment card, set at £1.50 a ride with a £4.50 daily cap.
Of course, these caps change if you go multi-modal (so the normal one day caps then apply)
So next you come to London – try the buses. You’ll see more of the city – that’s for sure.
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