London Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tours

London Original Tour and London City Tour

Get to know London from the top of a double-decker Bus.

Either stay on the bus all the way around the loop and enjoy the amazing sights and listen to the informative guides or use the bus to get to your next attraction. If you get tired of sightseeing, the double-decker buses are a great place to rest and still see a large part of the city.

London Sightseeing Pass offers a 48 hour ticket valid on 6 Hop-on, Hop-off Bus Routes with more than 100 bus stops

Interactive Map

Yellow Original Route Stops

1. Grosvenor Gardens, STA Travel

2. Hyde Park, Queen Elizabeth Gate

3. Marble Arch, Speakers Corner

4. Marble Arch, Park Lane

5. Coventry Street

6. Pall Mall East

7. Westminster Bridge

8. York Road

9. Aldwych

10. Aldwych, LSE, Royal Courts of Justice

11. Ludgate Hill

12. Queen Victoria Street

13. London Bridge, Monument

14. Tooley Street

15. Tower Hill, Tower of London

16. Victoria Embankment

17. Westminster Bridge (Big Ben side)

18. Horseferry Road

19. Buckingham Gate

20. Buckingham Palace Road, Victoria Station

Details

The Yellow Original tour Route presents the key sights and top attractions of London including the Tower of London, Trafalgar Square, St Paul’s Cathedral, London Eye, The Shard, Tower Bridge and Leicester Square. Crossing the river four times you are guaranteed some spectacular views of London’s stunning scenery along the Thames on this London tourist route.

Blue Royal Borough Route Stops

4. Marble Arch, Park Lane

21. Kensington Road

22. Notting Hill Gate

23. Bayswater Road, Hilton Hotel

24. Bayswater Road, Thistle Kensington Gardens Hotel

25. Lancaster Terrace

26. Praed Street, Hotel Mercure

27. Praed Street, Hilton Metropole Hotel

29. Buckingham Gate

30. Horseferry Road

31. Lambeth Palace

32. Westminster Bridge

33. Parliament Street

34. Whitehall

35. Cockspur Street

36. Piccadilly, Piccadilly Arcade

37. Piccadilly, Green Park

38. Piccadilly, Hard Rock Cafe

39. Hyde Park, Queen Elizabeth Gate

40. Knightsbridge

41. Brompton Road

42. Thurloe Place

43. Gloucester Road

44. Queens Gate

Details

On the City Tour Blue Royal Borough Route, you will find some of the most expensive properties in London, beautiful architecture, the Kensington shopping district and a number of stunning museums and landmarks.

Orange British Museum Route Stops

45. Woburn Place

46. Upper Woburn Place

47. Eurostar Arrivals

48. Midland Road

49. Upper Woburn Place

50. Bedford Way

51. Bedford Place

52. Great Russell Street

53. Charing Cross Road

54. Duncannon Street

55. Aldwych

56. Southampton Row

Details

The Orange British Museum Tour loops around the British Museum, the British Library, Chinatown and Covent Garden. Don’t miss Harry Potter Shop at Platform 9 ¾ in Kings Cross. The route also provides easy access to Kings Cross, St Pancras and Euston train stations. If you arrive at one of these major train stations you can hop into our Orange Route to travel into central London to switch into the Yellow route, which covers all the major sights and attractions of central London.

Purple Shuttle Stops

3. Marble Arch, Speakers Corner

4. Marble Arch, Park Lane

22. Notting Hill Gate

23. Bayswater Road, Hilton Hotel

24. Bayswater Road, Thistle Kensington Gardens Hotel

25. Lancaster Terrace

63. Holland Park Avenue

73. Bayswater Road, Opposite Tyburn Church

74. Opposite Lancaster Gate Station

75. Bayswater Road, Opposite Thistle Kensington Gardens Hotel

76. Bayswater Road, Opposite Hilton Hotel

77. Notting Hill Gate, Opposite Clanricarde Gardens

78. Hilton London Kensington

79. Shepherds Bush Station

Details

The Purple Shuttle is useful if you are staying in a hotel located in Bayswater, Notting Hill, Holland Park or Lancaster Gate or wish to go shopping at Westfield Shepherds Bush. Operating in both eastbound and westbound directions, the Purple Route operates more frequently in an eastbound direction, enabling you to join our Yellow sightseeing tour routes at Marble Arch.

Red Shuttle Stops

3. Marble Arch, Speakers Corner

4. Marble Arch, Park Lane

82. Baker Street Station, Madame Tussauds

83. Albany Street, Melia White House Hotel

84. Marylebone Road, Opposite Baker Street Station

Details

The Red Shuttle Route covers the key central areas of Hyde Park, Marble Arch and Regents Park. This convenient shuttle service also stops at Baker Street for easy access to the popular Madame Tussauds.

Silver Morning Shuttle Stops

3. Marble Arch, Speakers Corner

4. Marble Arch, Park Lane

22. Notting Hill Gate

23. Bayswater Road, Hilton Hotel

24. Bayswater Road, Thistle Kensington Gardens Hotel

25. Lancaster Terrace

26. Praed Street, Hotel Mercure

27. Praed Street, Hilton Metropole Hotel

57. Holland Park Avenue

Details

Awake early and raring to go? Our Silver Route morning shuttle connects the main hotel districts with 4 more of our tour routes on Park Lane at Marble Arch. Between 8:00am - 9:00am, the Silver Route is a great way to get to our main Yellow Route and start your day of exploration around London.