The Number 11 Bus Tour of London
The 11 bus route is similar to the sightseeing tours. For the price of a Travelcard you can take this tour at your leisure using your smart phone or by printing the book. Included are: things to see en-route, walks and bus excursions to other London sights using the number 11 as a base and also advice about pubs and restaurants More
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To tour central London, buy a travel card or Oystercard, climb to the top of the number 11 bus and open this e-book.
Each stop is indicated and the things to watch out for after each stop are detailed. Suggestions are made about where to get off, what to see and where to take a walk. Connect up with other buses to other sites and the main shopping areas. The best pubs and restaurants en route are mentioned.
There’s an expanding “off the beaten Track” section.
If you're in London for a week or two, this may be the only guide you need.
Included are details of Buses or short walks to: Bank of England Museum, Banqueting House, Big Ben, Bow Bells, British Museum, Buckingham Palace, Changing of the guard, Churchill War Rooms, Courtauld Gallery, Covent Garden, Cutty Sark, English National Opera, Flamsteed House (Harrisons Clocks), Geffrye Museum, Greenwich Maritime Museum, Guildhall, Hampton Court, Harrods, Historic Royal Palaces, HorseGuards Parade, Houses of Parliament, Hyde Park, Kensington Palace, Kew Gardens, Lincoln's Inn, London Eye, London Zoo, Madam Tussauds, Millennium Bridge, Monument, Museum of London, National Gallery, National History museum, National Portrait Gallery, Old Bailey, Open Air Theatre, Oval, Oxford St., Palace of Westminster, Planetarium Regents Canal, Regent Street, Richmond, Royal Courts of Justice, St Martins in-the-fields, Saint Paul's Cathedral, Scotland Yard, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, Smithfield Market, Tate Gallery, Tate Modern, Thames Ferries, Teddington Dock, Tower Bridge, Tower of London, Trafalgar Square, Victoria and Albert Museum, Watling St. Westminster Abbey, Westminster Cathedral. And others.