Free and fast-track entry to the Tower of London and Madame Tussauds as well as a free City Cruise on the river Thames - everything included in the London City Pass.
Due to its diversity and openness, the British capital has become one of the most famous travel destinations in the world since hundreds of years. Whether you're a family, couple, single adventurous soul, fashion enthusiast, sport fan, or just interested in culture or politics, London has everything for everyone âÂÂÂÂ tradition, aristocracy, politics, fashion, art, culture, and much more! The British metropolis simply has something for everyone! For those who are visiting London for the first time: don't miss your chance visiting all the different top attractions and museums in London. Be sure not to miss this opportunity to get a diverse impression of London to take back home! The British royal crown and family is one of the most famous and most popular noble family in the world. The queen's impressive crown jewels in the Tower of London is especially popular with tourists. Also a popular attraction in London is Lady Diana's former residence. Another worthwhile visit to do in London (although it’s not as famous as other attractions) is the Banqueting House, which is the only fully intact building from the former Whitehall Palace. However London has more to offer than just what we have described above: along with the Westminster Abbey, St. Paul‘s Cathedral, an impressive episcopal church, is one of the most famous churches in London. The London Eye, which is London's largest Ferris wheel located on the bank of the Thames River, allows its passengers to have a breathtaking, birds-eye view of the city, and it is also a stone's throw away from many other attractions in London such as Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. At Madame Tussauds, you can experience being unbelievable close to celebrity stars and also the royal family! London also has hundreds of museums, each having their own theme, ensuring that there is something to sate every kind of curiosity.
In the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum, tennis-enthusiasts will certainly get their money's worth and can reminisce about Bors Beckers' victory in 1985, right at the very place he had accomplished it! The Natural History Museum capitates both old and young through its exhibitions of life-sized dinosaur skeletons. A visit to the museum's blue whale model is also a definite "Must-See"! The British Museum, the Museum of London and the Imperial War Museum bring more than 100,000 visitors through their doors year after year âÂÂÂÂ the Victoria & Albert Museum is also a visitor favorite! In Tate Britain, you can see the original master pieces of William Turner and Henry Moore. For London-explorers who would like to be flexible in their exploration of London without sacrificing anything, the London City Pass is the convenient combo ticket into all the top sights, attractions, museums and much more âÂÂÂÂ the Pass is simply the perfect traveling companion and guide for your adventures in London!
Enjoy your time stress-free and plan your visit to the British capital flexibly! Because of the variety of attractions that you can choose to visit in London, you have the choice to either take a tour on London's famous Ferris wheel (the London Eye), or see celebrity stars up-close in Madame Tussauds world-famous wax museum. With your public transport ticket âÂÂÂÂ the Visitor Oyster Card âÂÂÂÂ you can reach any attraction in London quickly and easily âÂÂÂÂ simply add the Oyster Card to your order for the London City Pass. Use buses, DLR trains, the London Underground, the London Overground, and the regional trains within Zone 1 and Zone 2 of London's transportation system as much as you want! Start your London city tour stress-free!