The London Pass
Visiting London can be daunting! What attraction should you see first and why is everything so expensive? Luckily The London Pass gives you access to all of the main attractions for a fixed price. As a result Footprints have put together a brief guide of how to use The London Day Pass…
The London Pass is the best way to see London’s attractions. You can buy the pass online or at The London Pass Store and download it straight to your phone. There are different passes depending on what attractions you want to see and how long you’re going to be staying. When entering the first attraction, this will activate the passs until the end of your stay. The most convenient aspect is that you can skip the long queues with the fast pass (try to get to the attractions early to avoid busy crowds).
The best attractions you can see with the pass are: The Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Tower Bridge, London Zoo and Windsor Castle. Our only significant problem was with the Travel Card option, which costs £15 extra. It shouldn’t cost £15 to travel around London for a day so we would suggest buying an oyster card instead.
Alternatively come on our FREE London Tour at 11am and 2pm each day and we’ll show you round London for free!
Open Daily 9am-6pm
Leicester Square, (Picadilly and Northern Lines)
Stop C: 24, 29. Stop F: 11, 15, 21, 93. Stop G: 139, 176.
(We would recommend public transport since its much easier.)
Q Park Trafalgar, Spring Gardens, St. James’s, London SW1A 2TS
You can find out more information of this site, and some of the most iconic sites in the city, on our free London Walking Tour!
For more information, click here