The Inexperienced persons Information To London TRAVEL

The Beginners Guide To London TRAVEL

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On this episode of metropolis hacks London presenter Syrus Lowe shares his inexperienced persons information to London journey.

The primary London prime tip is to ensure you get an oyster card, you are able to do this earlier than you even get right here by visiting this web site:

He additionally provide you with some prime London recommendation almost about London buses:

He offers you all the data you want on easy methods to get a London Black taxi together with easy methods to e book one through phone:
London black taxi app Gett:
London black taxi app Hailo:

And eventually the most effective app that each one Londoners swear by for all their journey wants; metropolis mapper:

We hope you benefit from the episode & London & in case you have any questions do drop them within the remark part.


metropolis hacks London is a YouTube channel for Londoners and London’s vacationer guests providing prime ideas & life hacks for battling the town, offered by Syrus Lowe.



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38 thoughts on “The Inexperienced persons Information To London TRAVEL

  1. Alcatraz says:

    wwooowwwwww, impressive, I like this information, you are completed my questions about the Oyster card, you are my hero because I live in London in 3 days and i didn’t no who use this card. Thank you


    Hi, I am a new subscriber and I've been learning a lot from your channel.May I ask if I should get a London travel card and an oyster card at the same time since I will be staying in London for 15 days.Also, I will be staying somewhere in Maidstone, may I what is the best route to go there from Heathrow airport? Thank you

  3. krishna swamy says:

    Are these double decker buses easily available? When is the last bus available?
    I am planning to visit London in Spring. I will be at Kensington Mariott. I want to know if the bus frequency from here to various places is good?

  4. Welshman2008 says:

    Thanks for the advice on having my payment ready and using the tube outside of rush hour and standing on the right . I avoided being mauled by that vicious creature the London Commuter

  5. ZeldaFreak says:

    I really want to visit London, because I prefer to visit cities. Also I'm interested how cities around the world work.

    With the escalator I was a bit surprised. Sure here in Germany the system is the same. Standing on the right and walking on the left. Same with cars. The slowest traffic to the right, to give way for faster traffic on the left. I thought that this in London might be flipped.

    Overall a good rule in every country is not to act like a tourist, especially in crowded areas or in peak times, especially off season. I commute over 2 locations where tourists will arrive or be. That the airport (the train station that has not that many tourists there that will stay in the city) and the main station. It's terrible with people that stopping for no reason or walk all over the place. The best practice is to walk on the right side, so people don't walk into each other's and still can pass. I know where I want to go and I'm a bit faster. Don't be that person that forgot where to go or what to do. When you need to stop, make it in a place where not the main traffic is.
    Nobody likes tourists that act like such, when they need to be somewhere (work, home etc.). I know the places where a lot of tourists will be and I avoid them, when I can and when I'm there, I must act differently.

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