Visiting London is on every travellers bucket list. London swells with its royal history and heritage and history attracting travellers from all over the world every year. The city is famous for all its seasons and attractions. Travelling to London can be a lot of fun provided you plan ahead of time. All the attractions are great to visit but can easily disturb your budget. You save a lot when you book in advance or take the London Pass or London Explorer Pass when doing sight-seeing. With these passes you get the benefit of saving a lot of time and money. It is extremely useful when you are travelling in a group or even alone.
It can be a bit tricky deciding which pass you want when visiting London. Below we have listed what you get in the London Pass and the London Explorer Pass to help you decide what suits your requirement better.
Here’s a list of inclusions and reasons why and which type of travellers should choose the London Pass.
London Pass inclusions:
This pass has specially been designed for the tourist to make the most of their time and money along with the benefit of avoiding stress of queueing. The London Pass includes admission to over 60 attractions, tours and museums including Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour, Thames River Boat Cruise, London Bridge Experience, Tower Bridge Exhibition, Hampton Court Palace, Windsor Castle, London Zoo, Kensington Palace, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre and more all over the city. It allows you to skip lines at selected attractions to help you skip queues and save time which is precious when you are on a holiday. If you have booked it online, you get free money back guarantee. This card is available for 1, 2, 3, 6 or 10 consecutive days. This card activates the moment you enter your first destination and then stays valid for the number of days you have bought it for. With this pass you get a guidebook that will help you from getting lost and will make you save time when jumping from one attraction to another. For a little extra price you can a dining guide book and include all your travel too. Plus, you have the option to get the London Pass App and have everything easily stored at the comfort of your finger tip.
London Explorer Pass:
This pass is also designed for tourists to have an easy and stress free trip around London attractions. Including a similar collection of top-rated attractions to choose from, this card works differently from the London Pass.
This pass allows you admission to your choice of 3, 4 or 5 London attractions for one low price. With this pass you have 3 options you can use it: 3-Choices, 4-Choices and 5-Choices. In each of these options you can choose from the list of 10 attractions included.
If you are travelling to London with the aim to see all the popular attractions, both the passes are definitely worth buying depending on your budget and needs. For a long trip you can choose the London Explorer Pass and for a trip where you want to fit in all the attractions in a limited time you can go for the London pass, we leave the choice to you.
When visiting London and cruising from one attraction to another as exploring the city, you need a luxury hotel room to relax, unwind and feel refreshed to explore the next day.