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In London, it is easy to move from one place to another thanks to its excellent public transport system, where you can choose between traveling by subway, bus, light rail, boat, and even bicycle. London is divided into concentric metro areas, and you can buy single tickets or take advantage of some offers to travel more economically during different periods; It can also be combined with the use of buses and thus enjoy the exterior views comfortably.

Airports

London's public transport has very good connections with all the airports in the capital, to learn more about each of its 6 airports and the options that connect them to the city center, visit our London Airports Guide. you may interest taxi to stansted

London subway

The London Underground, or London Tube, connects the entire city and its surroundings with 12 available lines. It works from 5 am to midnight from Monday to Saturday and from 7 to 11.30 on Sundays.

Buses

The London buses have more than 17,000 stops throughout the city and nicely complement the metro service.

Light Trains (DLR)

In addition to the trains that connect London with the rest of England, a light train known as the Docklands Light Railway operates in the city, which covers more than 30 kilometers of track and has multiple connections with the Metro. It connects the parts of east and southeast London. It works from 5:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. Monday to Saturday from 7 am to 11:30 pm on Sunday.

Taxis

The most distinctive London taxis are the typical English " cabs ", elegant cars with rounded lines and five passenger seats. If the yellow taxi sign on the front is lit, it means the taxi is free and you can ask to stop.

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In London, it is easy to move from one place to another thanks to its excellent public transport system, where you can choose between traveling by subway, bus, light rail, boat, and even bicycle. London is divided into concentric metro areas, and you can buy single tickets or take advantage of some offers to travel more economically during different periods; It can also be combined with the use of buses and thus enjoy the exterior views comfortably.

Airports

London's public transport has very good connections with all the airports in the capital, to learn more about each of its 6 airports and the options that connect them to the city center, visit our London Airports Guide. you may interest taxi to stansted

London subway

The London Underground, or London Tube, connects the entire city and its surroundings with 12 available lines. It works from 5 am to midnight from Monday to Saturday and from 7 to 11.30 on Sundays.

Buses

The London buses have more than 17,000 stops throughout the city and nicely complement the metro service.

Light Trains (DLR)

In addition to the trains that connect London with the rest of England, a light train known as the Docklands Light Railway operates in the city, which covers more than 30 kilometers of track and has multiple connections with the Metro. It connects the parts of east and southeast London. It works from 5:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. Monday to Saturday from 7 am to 11:30 pm on Sunday.

Taxis

The most distinctive London taxis are the typical English " cabs ", elegant cars with rounded lines and five passenger seats. If the yellow taxi sign on the front is lit, it means the taxi is free and you can ask to stop.

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You can also enjoy walks on the Thames by boat, both tourist and public transport, to cross from one shore to another watching the city and its famous bridges from another angle.

bikes

There is a bicycle rental system that is available next to 400 city metro stations, 24 hours a day; its use is very simple, being able to remove and return them in different parts of the city, as appropriate. It is called Santander Cycles and if you are a resident of England you can enter this page to register and request a bicycle access key. If you are a tourist you must pass a credit or debit card (Visa or MasterCard) at any of the stations where the bicycles are accommodated.

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