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  • 1. Tube (Underground, Subway, Metro).

    Everybody knows about the best way to get around London - the Underground. Therefore, I won't waste too many words about it, as you will easily and quickly become accustomed to it when in London. Just...

  • 2. Oyster Cards / Travelcards

    I'm guessing that the #1 question about London is "should I get an Oyster Card or a travelcard?" I've given it a lot of thought on my many visits to London and I almost always get a travelcard...

  • 3. Airports (travel to and from)

    The lowest cost route (by public transport) is to use the coach service that goes by the name of 'Terravision'. Although the company sounds like a cable television station that shows only horror...

  • 4. Taxis

    As well as having their own rich history (see Taxi ~ # 1) London black cabs also have their own slang. 'Arnie' - 'I'll be back!' - meaning the driver is not yet going home. B & B - a routine check by...

  • 5. Public Buses

    Saw these for the first time in March 2014. They run on electric batteries, but when they get to a certain speed, the diesel motor cuts in. Innovative, clever way to keep living in huge cities at a...

  • 6. Train / Bus Stations

    If you are over 55 then Club 55 can offer reduced travel on First trains. This is a great offer where you must register on line and costs are a fixed price. The offer is not available at all times and...

  • 7. Docklands Light Railway (DLR)

    The London Underground (Tube) and the big, red London bus are well-known to tourists from around the world. There is, however, another mode of transport in London that I think visitors should explore....

  • 8. Trains

    I travelled to Great Missenden, to visit Roald Dahl's Museum, from London Marylebone. It's one of the smallest London mainline railway stations (I was surprised how small and relaxed it was for a...

  • 9. Driving in London

    Apart from the rather obvious comment that you could use public transport or walk, there are a number of ways that you can legitimately avoid Uncle Mayor Ken's little wheeze. If you drive a bus...

  • 10. Boats

    London maybe one of the world's most expensive cities, but this is a great freebie if you want to see the sun set over london. The Woolwich to North Woolwich ferry has been operating in some form or...

  • 11. Walking in London

    I will be the first to defend to the death the versatility of the London Tube. It is by far the best way to get around the city when travelling long distances. It is cheaper than hiring a cab, more...

  • 12. Flights

    After a deep investigation about airlines, taking in account our journey planning (cities we want to visit), flights timetables, service quality and prices, finally we choose Air France. In first...

  • 13. Airports

    London City airport in Docklands is easily the closest airport to the centre of the city as it is only in Zone 3/4 on the travelcard. It was mainly aimed at business users, but you can sometimes get...

  • 14. Tour buses.

    Hello there, please try the London Sightseeing Bus: You will get top 5 benefits: Free entry to 55...

  • 15. Cycling

    There is a relatively new travel concept in London which began in 2010 and appears to be gathering momentum. All over the central part of the city you will see rows of bicycles like those pictured,...

  • 16. It's a bit different.

    Update April 2014.Readers of my pages will know that I like to keep them as up to date as possible and so I offer the following nformation. Following a fire on...

  • 17. Victoria Coach Station Automated Ticket Machine...

    To reduce queuing & enable travellers to buy travel tokens when the ticket office is closed, London Victoria Coach Station has installed self-service machines...

  • 18. MINICABS

    MINICABS are cheaper than taxis but bookings must be made by telephone as they are not allowed to pick passengers up from the street like a regular London Taxi....


    Big Bus Tours offer an ideal way to see the London sites, as you can hop on or off at 50 different stops. During the tour you can have live commentary or...

  • 20. I'm glad I did it - but only once

    As part of the whole hype surrounding the 2012 London Olympics and Paralympics, those of us who live in London were treated to a new mode of transport which was...

  • 21. the new Emirates cable car from Excel to O2 venues

    Opened in time for the 2012 Olympics here in London this is an exciting new tourist attraction providing another opportunity for great views over London and the...

  • 22. Walk where you can....

    Judge you distances, Some of the time it takes longer to get the tube from once place to the other and theres alot of walking up and down. Walking from one land...

  • 23. Thames Fast Ferries

    An excellent way to get around in London especially if your hotel is out in the East of the City is by way of Thames Clippers.Outside of rush hour there is a...

  • 24. Stanstede Airport

    you can travel from Stanstede airport to London by either bus or can take national express buses costs around 10 or by...

  • 25. Lay over at Heathrow for a few hours

    even though it says 11, it is more like 7 or 8 hours, to go through immigration and coming back through security check. depending upon the termianl you are...

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    Apr 19, 2014 at 7:22 AM

    Temporary notice 19th April, 2014.

    The RMT Union has just announced that they are to hold another two of their strikes from 2100 hours on Monday 28th April for 48 hours and from 2100 hours on Monday 5th May for 72 hours. As always, these are designed to cause maximum disruption by being during the working week and will affect both Londoners and visitors alike. There will be a huge strain on other forms of public transport so travellers are advised to plan well ahead if they are visiting during these periods.

    I shall attempt to keep this information as current as possible should there be any changes.

    planxty (fergy).

  • planxty's Profile Photo
    Dec 17, 2012 at 12:07 PM

    I have just heard on the BBC News in London that Tube (Underground / Metro) workers are going on strike for 24 hours on Boxing Day (26th December, 2012). Members of the ASLEF Union have today voted in favour of this action which will seriously disrupt transportation in London on this public holiday. They have also voted for industrial action on the 18th January, 2013 and 25th January, 2013. Here is a link.

    I shall update this if there is any change in the situation.

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planxty's Profile Photo Updated Apr 19, 2014

Temporary notice 19th April, 2014.


The RMT Union has just announced that they are to hold another two of their strikes from 2100 hours on Monday 28th April for 48 hours...

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