It is cheap and fascinating to travel by bus. You can go anywhere and and contemplate many interesting things. Therefore, I will introduce you top 5 bus routes in this article to help you choose easily.
The 24 route uses a Thomas Heatherwick-designed Routemaster, which itself is a sightseeing too. The route cuts through St James’s Park, with views of Buckingham Palace. Then, the bus runs towards Parliament Square with fascinating views of Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament before coming to Trafalgar Square and Nelson’s Column, with the view of the National Gallery. After that you can see Camden Town’s lock market from above and climb towards Hampstead, passing the grade II-listed Roundhouse. Finish at the Royal Free Hospital, perched on the south end of Hampstead Heath – the perfect place to begin a walk
This service offers views of the greatest sights of the city with suitable fee. Starting from Liverpool Street Station, goes through the City and towards the Bank of England. You can see St Paul’s Cathedral, Fleet Street, famous as the former home of many of Britain’s newspapers, and Somerset House, home of London Fashion Week. Other fascinating palces include The Royal Courts of Justice, The Strand, Charing Cross Station, Whitehall, Victoria, Sloane Square and the King’s Road.
The RV1 is a great way to see the Thames and its surroundings. Beginning at Tower Hill, pass the Tower of London before crossing Tower Bridge. Pass City Hall, the Royal Festival Hall and Waterloo Station before crossing the river for a second time on Waterloo Bridge, with great views of the South Bank and the London skyline. The route ends at Aldwych, homes to the Aldwych Theatre, the Waldorf Hilton and Bush House – the former building of the BBC World service.
Make sure you get a top deck seat for this journey that begins at Victoria Station. Travelling up Park Lane and you can see the Dorchester Hotel with views of Hyde Park on the left hand side. Afterwards, let enjoy the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street without being bumped around in the. After turning on Tottenham Court Road, you can see the British Library and grade I-listed St Pancras Station. Jump off after passing Angel Station at leafy Islington Green for a coffee or something to eat.
The 388 is tour through East London. This route begins at Blackfriars, heads up through the City and towards Shoreditch, passing the top of Brick Lane, homes to vintage shops and numerous Indian restaurants. After riding through Bethnal Green, the route cuts through leafy Victoria Park and heads towards Hackney Wick, known for warehouses full of arty types. Moving towards the park, see a distant view of the Zaha Hadid Aquatics Centre and the Accelor-Mittal Orbit as you approach the end point of the journey at Queen Elizabeth II Olympic Park.