Bus to and from London from 12 €
Tourist Information on London
Tower Bridge, The Big Ben, Warner Bros. Studios, Madame Tussauds and Buckingham Palace are just a handful of reasons why you might want to travel to London! London is the capital of England and the third largest city in Europe. As your bus arrives in London, you will immediately be immersed in the boisterous atmosphere of the metropolis that is London City. Just a 15 minute walk to Buckingham Palace, our bus stop is located at the epicenter of London - Victoria station. The Victoria subway station is then merely a stone’s throw away and the entire city becomes truly navigable! London is the perfect destination to simply relax for a weekend! However a relaxing weekend in London may easily develop into cultural awakening. Stroll along the Thames and discover the length and breadth of the city, or hop on a red double decker and observe the diverse walks of life that inhabit London; cockneys, buskers, and business men. Will you ever want to leave? Are you worried about getting the most out of your trip to London on a budget? Keep calm because we have you covered. You can take a bus to London from just €9 with FlixBus!
Practical information for your bus trip to London
|Ticket prices start at:||€9.00|
|Where is the FlixBus bus stop in London?||London Victoria Coach Station|
|Can I travel by night bus?||Yes|
|Ideal destination for…?||Nightlife | Sightseeing | Shopping|
Things to do in London
The landmarks and sights in London need no introduction. You will be spoiled for choice as soon as you step off your bus. Before you begin your sightseeing tour, why not walk down Elizabeth Street and choose from a vast array of various delis, bistros, restaurants and pubs? Then perhaps head over to Buckingham Palace and the Mall road. Buckingham Palace is of course world renowned as “The Queen’s House”, however if you plan your bus journey wisely you may be able to experience one of the Mall’s famous events, not to mention you might even see the Queen in her bedroom window! Also be sure to keep an eye out for the Changing the Guard, which takes place daily from April right through until July. Want a panorama of the city of London? Hop on the London eye and you will not only see the entire city of London but also the beautiful vista of its surrounding boroughs and villages too.
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Culture & History
Londinium was originally founded by the Romans and over time has become known simply as London – a leading global city. London is buried in a rich history that runs throughout the veins of the city and is delicately expressed through timeless memorials, archaic buildings, and an array of museums. The museums that London has to offer are impressive to say the least, with something for everyone. After traveling to London by bus, it only seems fitting to visit the London Transport Museum where you can see some of the original red double decker buses. Displaying over 450,000 items and explaining London’s technological history, this museum has been popular amongst tourists, travelers and locals alike for nearly a century. The British Museum is one of the oldest museums in the world, hosting frequent exhibitions which provide an elegant insight into Britain’s transcendent history. This museum really is a must-see when your bus arrives in London.
Nightlife in London
One of the most popular attractions of London, and the perfect way to spend an evening in the capital of England is to watch a West End show. If you’ve taken a spontaneous bus journey to London but still haven’t booked any tickets yet, then do not fear – the official ticket box office at Leicester Square has a collection of West End tickets for some of London’s most popular shows at outrageously cheap prices, which you can buy on the day! We would highly recommend taking a stroll to Covent Garden and find a restaurant or brasserie to enjoy a pre-theatre dinner or a post-theatre cocktail. If you’re more of a night owl and want to experience the nightlife of a vibrant city, then London is the perfect party destination for you! Head on over to Shoreditch and try one of ‘The Whistling Stop’s’ unique cocktails. If you would like to party all night and hit the dance floor then head down to ‘KOKO’ in Camden Town, or if you would like to party Ibiza style, then London is home to one of Europe’s largest ‘Pacha’ clubs. Whatever your taste in music, or cocktails, London has everything.