London Travel Card

  • Children under 4 travel for free.

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Overview

Even the Queen couldn’t get around London any easier.

The London Travel Card gives you a choice of unlimited travel throughout all 6 (or just the 2 central) zones of London’s buses and subways. Available through Rail Europe, it lets you hop on-and-off the Tube or bus whenever you like, without searching for tickets or fumbling for change. Nothing makes London travel easier. Even if you had a horse-drawn carriage and a castle to call your own, you’d still be subjected to the whims of traffic at rush hour when the Tube would be preferred. And the bus is perfect for a more leisurely pace through celebrated streets at perfect sightseeing level. With the Tubes and buses the day is your own, free of the usual transportation pressures or dollars to pounds conversion confusion. At Rail Europe, we’re always working to make your vacation as stress-free as it is memorable. And besides, doesn’t every visitor to London deserve to be treated like royalty ?


Here’s what’s included :

  • Choose unlimited travel throughout all 6 zones or the 2 central zones on London’s buses and Tube (subway).
  • 7-day travel card available for the Central Zone (zones 1 & 2).
  • All Travel Cards can be used all day including weekends.
  • Groups of 10 or more get a 5% discount on London Travel Card.

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