6.Food, Wine & Nightlife
Coffee & Tea Tours
Beer & Brewery Tours
Bar, Club & Pub Tours
Wine Tasting & Winery Tours
Street Food Tours
Red Route - Best of Central London
Route Duration: 2 hours
Tower of London / Buckingham Palace / HMS Belfast / Tower Bridge / Big Bus Tours / Somerset House / Mayfair / Nelson's Column / Piccadilly Circus / St. James's Park / St. James's Palace / St. Paul's Cathedral / Royal Opera House / Trafalgar Square / Hyde Park / Westminster Abbey / Covent Garden / Leicester Square / Houses of Parliament / Big Ben / Westminster Cathedral / Bank of England Museum / Green Park / Cenotaph / Changing of the Guard / Royal Albert Hall / Parliament Square / Statue of Eros (Anteros) / Downing Street / Royal Mews / Southwark Cathedral / Temple Church / Regent Street / St. Mary le Strand / St. Clement Danes / The Mall / Whitehall / The Monument to the Great Fire of London / Admiralty Arch / Thames River / Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum / Cleopatra's Needle / Coca-Cola London Eye / Wellington Arch / 30 St Mary Axe (The Gherkin) / Grosvenor Square / Westminster Bridge / The View from The Shard / The London Film Museum - Covent Garden / Royal Exchange Building London / London Bridge / London Victoria Station / Wellington Monument (Achille's Statue) / Marble Arch Theatre / Marble Arch / Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain / City Hall / Borough Market / The London Dungeon / SEA LIFE London Aquarium / DreamWork's Tours: Shrek's Adventure! London / Westminster Bridge / Fleet Street
Operates: Buses depart every 5-10 mins in summer and 10-20 mins in winter. The first bus departs from Green Park at 8:20 and the last bus departs at 16:30.
Blue Route - Best of the West
Route Duration: 1 hour
Marble Arch / Marble Arch Theatre / Mayfair / Park Lane / Hyde Park Corner / Wellington Arch / Knightsbridge / Harrods / V&A - Victoria and Albert Museum / Natural History Museum / Science Museum / Royal Albert Hall / Albert Memorial / Kensington High Street / Kensington Palace / Kensington Gardens / Notting Hill / Bayswater / Paddington Station / Oxford Street
Operates: Buses depart every 20 minutes. The first bus departs from Marble Arch at 8:30 and the last bus departs at 16:30
Orange Route - The Attraction Loop
Route Duration: 1 hour
Baker Street / Madame Tussauds London / Oxford Street / Regent Street / Hamleys London - Regent Street / Carnaby Street / Piccadilly Circus / Statue of Eros (Anteros) / Trafalgar Square / National Gallery / National Portrait Gallery / Whitehall / Downing Street / Westminster / Houses of Parliament / Big Ben / Westminster Bridge / The London Dungeon / Coca-Cola London Eye / SEA LIFE London Aquarium / DreamWork's Tours: Shrek's Adventure! London / Waterloo mainline station / Southbank Centre / Royal Academy of Arts / Green Park / Hyde Park Corner / Park Lane / Marble Arch / Selfridges / Hyde Park
Operates: Buses depart every 30 minutes. The first bus departs from Baker Street at 9:00 and the last bus departs at 17:30.
Green Route - North to Central Link
Route Duration: 1 hour
St. Pancras International Station / King's Cross Station / London Euston Station / Russell Square / The British Museum / Holborn / Covent Garden / St. Clement Danes / St. Mary le Strand / Temple Church / Cleopatra's Needle / Victoria Embankment / Thames River
Operates: Buses depart every 20-30 minutes. The first bus departs from Woburn at 8:40 and the last bus departs at 17:30
You may start this tour at any of the stops listed.
60 to 120 minutes(approx.)
You may disembark at any of the available stops.
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Tickets are valid from the first date of redemption
Buses are equipped with ramps for wheelchairs or strollers
Redeem your voucher at any of the designated Big Bus stops
Infants (age 0-4) can go on the tour free of charge
Service animals allowed
Near public transportation
Transportation is wheelchair accessible
Most travelers can participate
Posted By : Raymond B
Great service and a great way to see the sights in a short time frame.
Very friendly supportive staff and audio equipment worked very well and information provided was of a high standard.
Posted By : jscioletti
Love this tour! I like to sit on the top, weather permitting! You get a great overview of a city and can then go back and spend more time where you like! If not a live guide on the bus, you get ear buds to listen to a recorded commentary as you pass the key points of interest. A great way to get around the city!
Posted By : Belinda W
This is an excellent way to see the city, learn the history and get around town. Helps to get out of the crowded city!!
Posted By : SUSAN M
Overall a pretty good way to see the sights. However, buses were a bit crowded and more could be used, even in the off season. Commentary interesting and informative.
Posted By : ian.hendry
Viator are third-party service to Big Bus tours. Even though we booked and paid early, before Christmas Day, Big Bus demanded a 6 pound premium per person and non-negotiable, this even without live guide, walking tour or short boat cruise on Thames. Appreciate the 25th was a national holiday, but the buses were crammed to capacity and Big Bus would clearly have known the tickets sold. Having done hip-hops in many cities, the Big Bus attitude was by far the worse with minimal courtesy shown. The actual stops were fine but competitor firms are similar. Most disappointed.
Posted By : Michelle H
London is very congested and kind of dirty. The people there were friendly and helpful. I don’t think I will go back there again.
Posted By : Gail D
I have done hop on hop off busses all over Europe,but the London traffic made the trip excruciating. I could have walked faster, which is why the locals all walk.
Guides were good, but few were native English speakers.
Posted By : abvilarino
we have used Big Bus in London on several occasions over the years. Each time, a delightful experience. However, I don't know what happened this time. Buses took forever to arrive. Drivers apologized , blaming the traffic. But for every Big Bus that came by, there were at least 3 of the different competitors. So, traffic was really not to blame. Also, there were fewer staff members or no one at all at the busier stops, like London Tower, where dozens of people crowded and waited for over 90 minutes. I don't think I'll use the company again.
Posted By : viviane M
We literally threw our money out with this one. Busses don't come often, Crew not helpful and it is constantly STUCK in traffic. DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME! use the underground to move where you want to go and see the sights there..
Posted By : FIYAI F
I have never seen such inefficiency.Got to Victoria station,London,nobody talked to me.I called the customer service line for at least 21 times,nobody picked the call,the next day,nobody even returned my call.One of the biggest ways to waste of your time and money.Want a refund,there is nobody to talk to.Such a shameles scam of a company.