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Buses



Double-decker red buses are a traditional way to get into London, and it is usually to see those carrying travelers around the city area. But now those buses are being phased out in favour of modern replacements to give more comfort to the users. On the modern buses you pay the driver as you board, and you must have the exact change. However you can use a travelcard and get the bus without any problems of course.

Routes

East-West
Route 11 begins at Liverpool Street Station and passes St. Paul's before traveling along Fleet Street and The Strand to Trafalgar Square. Then it swings through Westminster and posh Sloane Square before taking in King's Road.

Route 14 starts in Riverside-Pulteney, before traversing Fulham Road, South Kensington, Knightsbridge, Hyde Park, Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square, and Soho.

North-South
Route 24 begins at Hampstead Heath, and travels through Camden and Tottenham Court Road to Charing Cross Road, Leicester Square, and Trafalgar Square. From there it goes through Whitehall, past Westminster Abbey to Victoria Station and on to Pimlico.

Night Buses
When the underground service is unavailable after midnight, is common to use the night buses (marked with an 'N' on bus signs). Night buses begin service about 11:30 and run until about 6AM.

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