Open bus tour offers to explore London for only £1

Megabus offers to explore the main sights of London by launching a sightseeing bus for a symbolic price. Transport operator Megabus announced the launch of a tour bus, thanks to which you can ride past all the famous sights of the city, including London Eye, Big Ben and Tower Bridge, only for £1.

For a ridiculous price you can go on a two-hour trip through London, passing by the five main sights of the capital, and prepare your cameras, as you will pass not only past the traffic lights. Unlike any other sightseeing tour, which operates on the principle of "Hop-on, Hop-off" and cost is at least £25. Megabus began a new direction called "hop-on, stay-on". Now you can have all the checks at one stroke in your list of must to see London attractions. And most importantly, you do not have to spend a lot to visit them.

This new tour is ideal for tourists, natives of London, just residents of the capital. The sightseeing bus departs every hour from three different places in London - Park Lane, Tower Hill, and London Eye. The first buses depart at 10:00, the last at 17:00. Excursions are held every day without a weekend. Perhaps additional buses will be added during the busy tourist season. And you can book a ticket on the Megabus website - it guarantees you a place on the top floor.

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